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Two Dogs Found Dead And Mutilated In Rural Logan County

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Two dogs were found dead and mutilated on the side of the road. Two dogs were found dead and mutilated on the side of the road.
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Two dogs were found dead and mutilated on the side of the road. An animal rescue got the call Thursday in rural Logan County near Guthrie, now the sheriff's office is on the case.

News 9 was told some people who live in the area weren't exactly sure what to do when they found the decomposing bodies of two dogs. They called “Free to Live” animal sanctuary, which said this was far worse than first thought.

It's something you just don't stumble across, two dogs, dead and mutilated, on the side of a dirt road in rural Logan County at Seward and Penn.

“This is definitely the worst case of animal abuse that I’ve seen since I’ve been here,” said Robbie Miller, Kennel supervisor at Free to Live animal sanctuary.  

Robbie said he's almost sure the animals were abused before they were dumped. “Just the position of the body and the wounds and missing teeth,” he continued.

Even the pictures are hard to look at. A ribcage showing on one of the dogs and what looks like a cut.

The other appears to be missing teeth. 

“It’s crazy how a person could do something to a living animal. If they’re capable of doing that to an animal, what else could they do,” said Miller.

The dogs were found about a mile away from the rescue.

“I thought I was ready to see what I was about to see, but it was something crazy,” said Miller.  

“And you see all the time that these animals are just felt as disposable out here,” said Matt Goodwin, Exec. Dir., Free To Live animal sanctuary. “It’s just really a sad thing that happens way too often. I plead with anyone who is in need of getting rid of an animal that there is better ways than that. You can find a place, you can find a shelter.”    

“It was pretty heartbreaking just looking at this scene,” said Miller. “It takes a very, very cruel person to do what they did to those dogs.”

The animal sanctuary is offering a $2,500 cash reward for information leading to an arrest.

The Logan County Sheriff's Office is investigating. 

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