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A resident of Bluefield, discovered 10 pit bull puppies dumped in dog food bags on a Bluefield back road. Investigators recovered the puppies bodies on Tuesday from a dump site. A property owner, Bernard Neal, cut open the bags which revealed 10 lifeless puppies around 6 months old. A necropsy will be performed to determine the cause of death. “Every animal cruelty case is awful, but at this point I couldn’t tell you how bad this actually is,” McGinnis said. “Until we determine the cause of death of these animals I can’t speculate this is an animal cruelty case.” A pit bull awareness team is offering a cash reward for any tips that leads to a conviction. “The reason why anyone would do this is because of the city’s stupid ordinance against pit bulls,” Neal said. “Pit bulls aren’t dangerous. It’s these idiots that own them that makes them dangerous,” Neal said. 

Since there is an ordinance against pit bulls, the city council is just as guilty as the person who did it.  

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On October 13th, a pit bull awareness event was hosted by A Darrah Bull Bully Rescue (ADBBR) in Pennsylvania. Six 8-week old pit bull puppies were poisoned at this event, how ironic right? Renae Metz, one of the founders of ADBBR, noticed that Yogi, one of the puppies, that his stomach was bloated, eyes were glazed over and he had trouble holding his head up. Yogi was then rushed to the animal hospital called Ebensburg Animal Hospital, where he later died. The other 5 puppies, were sent to the animal hospital for observation and they were given IV fluids, sadly, one of the pups (Takota) died. There was a necropsy done which confirmed poisoning, and a veterinarian suspects it was bleach or a bleach substance that was put in their water bowls. This caused their livers to bleed and a few days earlier, the puppies were given a clean bill of health by the vet. ADBBR is offering a $2,500 reward to whoever has information leading to convict the subject(s). The state police and State Warden Dog are actively investigating the poisoning. The rest of the puppies are in foster homes and are waiting for adoption. 

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