Niagara Gazette


July 10, 2013

Media coverage leads puppy's owner to turn himself in


Lewis said the two other dogs - a female SPCA officials have named Nellie and a male they are calling Dorian - were very thin when they were found but are progressing with treatment. She said the animal shelter is still awaiting permission from the police to put the dogs up for adoption, but said she remains hopeful that they will eventually be placed with new owners. 

"They are both doing extremely well," she said. 

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