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A dog’s severed paws were found near a pet shop in Russian territory


In the Sverdlovsk region, the owner found the dog’s severed paws in a pet store

In the Sverdlovsk Region, the owner found the dog’s severed paws at the Mon Ami pet store. about that Gives information Portal E1.

The Russian woman suggested that parts of the animal’s body could be thrown up. “Anatomically, these were the hind legs of a medium-sized dog. (…) There are wells not far from us, homeless people live there, so I think the rest of the body will no longer be found,” said the woman.

According to the owner of the pet shop, the dead dog was probably not homeless, as most of the local stray dogs are known to animal rights activists. She admitted that the owners let the animal escape. Such dogs are more likely to get into trouble than homeless ones because they trust people more, the woman concluded.

Earlier it was reported that in the Kaliningrad region, fighting dogs maimed their owner’s nephew. A one-year-old boy was bitten by Staffordshire terriers after the teacher went to work. The child was admitted to the hospital and police interrogated the woman.

Source: lenta.ru/

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