A shot before and after Coco the pit bull was rescued

A shot before and after Coco the pit bull was rescued

We believe it was an act of deception,” Riverside County Field & Shelter Deputy Director Frank Corvino said in the release. “The dye job is not very good. But it would work if someone’s looking for their missing, reddish-brown dog.”

Animal Services spokesman John Welsh said the dog should be fine and not suffer any long-term consequences from the dye job.

Lowry said it is important to make sure pet dogs are implanted with a microchip.

Source: http://www.pe.com/articles/coco-756698-jacinto-owner.html

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