Body of dog tied to bags of cement is found in canal RSPCA launches investigation into death of Staffordshire bull terrier WARNING: Graphic Images10:24, coach outlet purses storage 9 MAY 2017The RSPCA launched an investigation after the body of dog tied to a bag allen outlet coach of cement was pulled from a canal in Bootle The body of a male Staffordshire coach outlet usa bull terrier with a rucksack filled with bags of cement tied around its neck was pulled from the canal in Litherland Road on Saturday. The RSPCA has launched an investigation after vets at Greater Manchester Animal Hospital concluded he died from strangulation. It is not clear whether the dog was alive when he was thrown into the canal but the vets believe he had been in good health as he had short nails which indicate he was being walked and a post mortem revealed he had eaten before death.
Dog stabbed to death near Walton Hall Park and dumped behind owner's garden fence "He could have also been walked coach outlet vegas down there alive, thrown into the canal and choked by the weight around his neck. "Sadly it does seem suspicious, so we are keen for anyone who has any information or who saw any suspicious activity around the area to contact us in complete confidence on 0300 123 8018.".
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