PORTLAND, Ore. – Deputies are searching for the person responsible for throwing a dog crate in the Clackamas River, killing a Chihuahua inside of it.
Authorities pulled the crate out of the river in December. The body of a female, short hair Chihuahua was locked inside, with a collar but no tag or microchip.
Deputies believe the dog was intentionally killed.
The Oregon Humane Society wants to get to the bottom of what happened. It’s offering a $500 reward for information that leads to the person who did this.
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