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Sick dog abandoned outside Surrey school

Sick dog abandoned outside Surrey school

Published by Carol Musgrave at 10:26am 16th May 2019. (Updated at 10:31am 16th May 2019)

An appeal is out after a poorly dog was found abandoned and tied up outside a school in Surrey.

The RSPCA says the female lurcher was left at Green Lane Primary School in Worcester Park on Tuesday (May 14) between 1pm and 3:45pm .

They later found she has a mammary tumour and a chipped tooth, and is severely underweight.

The animal charity is asking for information after taking her into their care.

RSPCA inspector Mike Beaman said she was wearing a collar but was not microchipped:

“It’s thanks to the kind-hearted people who found her and took her to the vets that she is now in our care recovering.

“The poor thing had been abandoned, she had all her bones visible particularly around her hips and ribs showing she was really underweight.

She was wearing a collar when she was found, but she is not microchipped.

Mr Beaman said:

"Local posters have been put up in the area and she has been registered online as a 'found' pet but it seems she may have been left deliberately.

"If you recognise this dog or have any information about her you can ring the RSPCA inspectorate appeal line on 0300 123 8018."


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