Appeal for information over ‘terribly neglected’ Newry dog

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Friday, October 24th, 2014
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The USPCA are appealing for help from the local community after this dog (pictured right) was brought to the USPCA Animal Hospital today from the Ballyholland area of Newry by a concerned member of the public. The USPCA are appealing for help in identifying a possible owner for this animal. This Dog was presented to the USPCA in a terribly neglected state and the USPCA Vets were shocked at its condition. The dog has been diagnosed with an apparent choric skin condition and this animal faces a long road to recovery. The USPCA are worried that there may be more animals in a similar condition to this one. They believe the breed to be a west highland terrier. They are appealing for any information you may have please contact the USPCA Advice Line on 02830251000.
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