Why Dogs Are Getting Electrocuted on New York City Sidewalks
Imagine taking your dog for a walk, only to have your four-legged best friend writhe in pain and yelp for help. It’s what some dog owners—and their dogs—on the Upper West Side in New York have experienced, they told Inside Edition. "We were walking our dog down the street, he let out a very large yelp and then he started prancing like he was on hot lava,” Sara Lebwoh said. To investigate what is happening, Inside Edition hit the streets with master electrician Tony Giovannetti.