- South Carolina, USA -
A dog was found severely burned on Harvey Avenue near I-26 and Azalea Avenue in North Charleston on Sunday, March 8.
The black staffie-mix, now named Harvey, is being treated at the Charleston Animal Society.
The shelter wrote on their Facebook page that the origins of Harvey’s burns are suspicious, and their animal cruelty expert cannot rule out foul play.
Charleston Animal Society Associate Director of Veterinary Care Dr. Leigh Jamison said:
“We are providing this animal treatment to reduce his pain and to help his healing.” “His prognosis right now is guarded.” “Harvey is receiving pain medicine, wound care and I-V fluids.”
The nonprofit is offering a $1,000 reward in exchange for information leading to the criminal conviction of the person(s) responsible for inflicting this torture on a defenseless animal.
If you recognize Harvey or have information related to this case, please come forward and speak up. Protect Harvey not those who hurt him. Thank you!
Tips can be emailed or submitted by phone by calling (843) - 329 -1545.
*Voice For Us believes that not reporting animal cruelty is the same as committing it!*