Milford, Conn. (WTNH) - Milford Animal Control says they need help to pay for a dog'smedical costs that was found badly burned.
The two year old Staffordshire Terrier dubbed Ginger was foundroaming on Colonial Avenue on July 10. Ginger recently had a litterof puppies, but police don't know where they are.
"We're concerned about the puppies and the whereabouts of thepuppies and the mother is so laden with milk," said Rich George,Director, Milford Animal Control.
The dog was suffering from third degree burns on its neck andshoulder.
"We just started the investigation today so we're going toinvestigate and look into that and find out if it was deliberate oraccidental. First we have to locate the dog's owner," said Ofc.Jeff Neilsen, Milford Police Department.
Donations to help with Ginger's medical costs can be sent to:
Milford Animal Shelter - c/o Ginger
664 East Broadway
Milford, CT 06460
Note: Ginger is not being kept at the Milford Animal Shelter. She is in the care of an area veterinarian.
Anyone with information about Ginger's owners should contactpolice at 203-877-1465.
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