New Jersey Rescuers Save ‘Gentle’ Senior Dog Abandoned Outside on a Short Chain in the Cold

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New Jersey Rescuers Save ‘Gentle’ Senior Dog Abandoned Outside on a Short Chain in the Cold


The Rottweiler’s previous owners will certainly be charged with 2 counts of animal cruelty, according to the Monmouth Region SPCA, which is currently caring for the dog

Rescuers are caring for a 10-year-old Rottweiler they located left outside a house in Neptune Township, New Jersey, on a short chain with no food or water.

According to a Facebook post from Monmouth Region SPCA, which is now caring for the canine, the Neptune Township Police Division found the ignored dog, Coco, over Christmas weekend. Police officers contacted Monmouth County SPCA’s animal control department for help helping the dog.

” Over the Christmas holiday, a sweet, senior Rottie named Coco suffered terrible neglect. When the pipes at her previous owner’s home froze, they left and left Coco outside on a concrete pad, tethered on a short chain, and without any food, water, or protection from the elements. Coco invested 3 nights, in below-freezing temperature levels– confused and alone,” the Monmouth Region SPCA shared on social networks.

Rescuers from the SPCA brought the senior dog to their shelter, where she got food, water, and plenty of rest. Bloodwork done by the rescue showed that Coco ” might have kidney stones, as well as a genetic eye problem that impacts her vision and is likely a outcome of careless breeding,” according to the Monmouth County SPCA.

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Coco will certainly stay at the shelter as she continues to recover. The staff explains her online as a “gentle, loyal, and loving dog.”

” Although she is not yet up for adoption,” the Monmouth County SPCA added in their Facebook article, “we encourage anyone interested in her to keep an eye on our social media and website for updates– this girl is worthy of a loving home!”

The New Jersey sanctuary shared that the dog’s previous owners will be charged with 2 counts of animal ruthlessness: cruel restraint and failure to provide the necessary treatment.

When reached for remark about the charges, the Neptune Police Division informed individuals: “All releases will certainly be made by the Monmouth Region SPCA.”


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