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MURRAY, UT (May 24, 2017) -- Humane Society of Utah defends Santaquin family dog from death
A Santaquin, Utah family dog named Dexter has been sentenced to death under an archaic city ordinance. Dexter, a male 5-year-old Australian Shepherd, escaped the Bray family’s fenced backyard and allegedly bit a teenage girl. According to the police report, “the bite did not break any skin.” The Humane Society of Utah believes a death penalty is an overreaction based on the city ordinance’s broad definition of a vicious dog.
MURRAY, UT (April 8, 2017) -- Humane Society of Utah offers a reward for arrest and conviction in dog attack case
MURRAY, UT (March 15, 2017) -- Humane Society of Utah offers a reward for arrest and conviction in dog shooting case
MURRAY, UTAH (March 9, 2017) -- Search for information continues in extreme torture and death of pet cat
Sage, 6-year-old gray and white domestic cat owned by the Cassel family of Clearfield, Utah died March 9, around 4:45 p.m. at the Advanced Veterinary Care Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. Sage suffered extensive injuries from abuse when he went missing Sunday, March 5, and was found Wednesday, March 8, by owner China Cassel. His health declined rapidly and CPR was performed but Sage could not be revived.