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The Montreal SPCA is seeking the public’s help in identifying a dead dog that was found in Angrignon Park last night.
According to the SPCA, the dog’s body was buried underneath the snow while tied to a tree.
Dubbed, “Henri” by Montreal’s Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, the dog was recovered late last night, with the assistance of the SPVM, and has been transported to the Montreal SPCA office where a necropsy will be performed to determine the cause of the dog’s death.
“Henri is a large, unsterilized adult male dog with drooping ears. His fur is predominantly grey with some white on the chest and around the neck.” reads the SPCA’s social media post.
The SPCA’s Investigations Division has opened a file into the case and is asking for the public’s help to identify the dog and apprehend the person responsible and/or find Henri’s owner.
Anyone with information related to this case is asked to contact [email protected] or 514-735-2711 (extension 2230).
The SPCA reminds the public that all tips are treated confidentially and concluded the post by saying “we are currently unable to share further details about the case, as doing so could compromise the investigation. We apologize for the difficult photo.”