CALGARY HERALD – NOVEMBER 14, 2009
A local foundation is offering a $10,500 reward for information that identifies the person who injured a three-month-old Doberman puppy that was abandoned at the Calgary North Vet Clinic.
The pup was discovered covered in blood in the clinic parking lot on Nov. 3. It wasn’t expected to survive its injuries, but after surgery, it’s recovering.
Calgary Humane Society investigators are looking into who is responsible for the suspected case of animal abuse. The DAISY Foundation is hoping its reward for information leading to an arrest will help.
“I really think we’re going to get an arrest because of this (reward),” said Heather Anderson, who formed the group two years ago after a dog named Daisy Duke was killed by his teenage owner and a friend in Didsbury.
The foundation received several small donations before an anonymous Calgarian contacted them to contribute $9,600 towards the reward.