Dog dragged to death near Grand Junction

Posted By elaine on December 30, 2009

From the Associated Press

  The body of a dog with rope around its neck

has been found in the Colorado National Monument, apparently

dragged to its death by a car.

    Monument superintendent Joan Anzelmo says the adult male German

Shepherd was found at about 4:30 a.m. Wednesday.

    She says tracks left in the snow tell the story. She said they

initially show the dog walking, then running and then being

dragged. The dog was left on the West Hill near the first tunnel in

the park, which has sweeping views of red rock canyons.

    Anzelmo says park employees are determined to find whoever was

responsible and will be working with veterinarians in the area to

see if they have any information on the dog.

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One Response to “Dog dragged to death near Grand Junction”

  1. Megan says:

    I cannot even say what I want to say, my heart is devistated by this news.

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