Texas Pet Rescue Group is looking home for puppies found in dumpster

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Texas Pet rescue group seeks home for puppies found in dumpster


Two puppies were found Friday afternoon in a dumpster behind a Texas grocery store, and an animal rescue organization in San Antonio is trying to find new homes for them, KSAT said.

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The staff at the San Antonio Pets Alive! the animals found Friday afternoon. Earlier in the day, a man visited the SAPA office with two puppies and said he wanted to leave them there, hospital director Kylie Brascher told KSAT.

The SAPA staff told the man that they did not accept strays and referred him to San Antonio's Animal Care Services office, the TV station reported.

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"Usually you can tell if anyone is willing to go the extra mile and bring them to the shelter," Braser told KSAT. "We had no idea he was going to drop those puppies, so he went up and carried them like his own."

The puppies, named Bowie and Crockett, were found four hours later, about 100 meters from the SAPA office, KSAT reported. They suffered from flea infestations and ringworm and were tested positive for worms, the TV station reported.

Employees filed a police report. The authorities are looking at surveillance cameras to determine who left the puppies, KSAT reported.

"The lives of these puppies were in danger and as happy as we could help them, they took a kennel from a dog on the euthanasia list in the city bunker," Braser told the TV station.

"Usually you can tell if anyone is willing to go the extra mile and bring them to the shelter," Braser told KSAT. "We had no idea he was going to drop those puppies, so he went up and carried them like his own."

The puppies, named Bowie and Crockett, were found four hours later, about 100 meters from the SAPA office, KSAT reported. They suffered from flea infestations and ringworm and were tested positive for worms, the TV station reported.

Employees filed a police report. The authorities are looking at surveillance cameras to determine who left the puppies, KSAT reported.

"The lives of these puppies were in danger and as happy as we could help them, they took a kennel from a dog on the euthanasia list in the city bunker," Braser told the TV station.

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