VERNON, Ind. — Authorities say that a few dozen lifeless dogs found dumped in a wooded house of southern Indiana were shot or beaten to demise.
Investigators think about the dogs were in all probability dumped from a car closing month. They determined that the majority were shot with an air rifle and two puppies were fatally beaten.
Jennings County Animal Control officers met with sheriff’s division detectives closing week in regards to the dogs, which were found near a roadway by a motorist driving in the county on Feb. 28. Investigators say they were knowledgeable the lifeless dogs weren’t there the day prior to this. They included mature dogs and puppies.
One of the puppies was found hanging from a tree and investigators says that’s because of it was in all probability tossed into the woods. Tips are being sought from most people.