Cleveland APL Asks For Tips After 2 Dead Dogs Found

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CLEVELAND– The Cleveland Animal Protective League is asking for tips after they said two dogs were found dead.

The discovery was reportedly made on Jan. 20 by the railroad tracks at E. 26th and Lakeside.

The Cleveland APL said the German Shepherd mix and German Shepherd-Retriever mix were believed to have been dead for up to a week and kept cold before their bodies were dumped sometime on Sunday night.

They said both appeared to have been well-fed and were probably someone’s pets.

According to the APL, one of the dogs most likely died from blunt force trauma that could be the result of being hit by a car; they said foul play could not be ruled out. The other dog was decapitated; that happened after the dog’s death.

The Animal Protective League said they are conducting an investigation and are asking anyone with information to call (216) 377-1630.

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