Animal Shelter Offers $11,200 Reward After Rottweiler Is Found With Ears, Nose and Tail Cut Off

Playing $11G Reward Offered To Find Whoever Mutilated Dog's Nose And Ears

After a mutilated dog was discovered in Michigan, a local animal shelter is offering a reward of more than $11,000 in exchange for information about who would do such a thing.

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Baron, a Rottweiler, was found roaming the streets of downtown Detroit Tuesday with his ears, nose and tail cut off.

"Baron is doing remarkably well considering his injuries," a veterinarian of the Michigan Humane Society said in a Facebook Live video. "They are in the process of healing now."

But, just nursing him back to health is not quite enough for these do-gooders. Staff members at the Michigan Humane Society are hoping to bring to justice the person who could have hurt this poor pup.

"The Michigan Human Society field services is canvassing the area, putting up fliers, letting people know we need information on who did this," a member of their investigations team said. "We received an overwhelming amount of tips so far and we're following up on them."

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While their original offer was $2,500 reward, they have now increased the offer to $11,200 in order to find the perpetrator.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact the Michigan Humane Society Cruelty Investigation Department at (313) 872-3401.

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