Animal Control: Puppies Left To Die In Woodford Co. Dumpster

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Updated: 4/29/2013 6:18 pm
Animal Control is searching for the person they said left six puppies for dead in a Woodford County dumpster.

Animal Control said six english bulldog puppies were found inside one Kroger bag and two garbage bags inside a dumpster Monday morning. They said all of the puppies had deformities.

They said three of the puppies were dead when they were found, and the three others had to be put down because of their deformities.
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