Reward offered for information on 2 dogs left to die in Buena Vista Lagoon

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A San Diego humane group is offering a reward of up to $1,000 Tuesday for information in an animal cruelty case involving two dogs found in the Buena Vista Lagoon in Oceanside.

The two dogs were found by a public works officer in a dumpster off Jefferson Street at Lagoon View Drive on Oct. 18. A public works officer called Oceanside Police to report finding the dogs, both sheepdogs about a year old, huddled under the bushes.

One of the dogs, a female, died when she was taken to the San Diego Humane Society’s Oceanside campus. The second dog was killed at the shelter.

“These dogs have been malnourished for a very long time until they have reached such an emaciated state,” said Bill Ganley, director of humane enforcement for the San Diego Society. “The fact that they were next to the shipping container leads us to believe that they were deliberately dumped in the lagoon. We would really need the public’s help in finding the person or persons responsible for this.”

Anyone with information about the dogs or who needs help caring for the pets was asked to call the San Diego Humane Society at 619-299-7012.

– City news service


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