Canine Dies After Being Mauled At A Dallas Pet Boarding Facility

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A six-year outdated brindle Terrier combine named Drake dies after being fatally mauled by one other bigger canine at Good Canine Dallas on Sunday, April 16.

And now, Drake’s proprietor, Heather Heflin, is talking out about her canine’s tragic demise. In a Fb post on Monday, Heflin stated her canine was mauled to demise earlier than 4PM on Sunday.

Heflin continued saying, “My canine was brutally attacked and left to die. No try to contact any emergency vet, regardless of me filling out paperwork advising no max greenback quantity on emergency care.”

The boarding facility was additionally uncovered by Heflin to don’t have any cameras of their yard and for not separating small canines from large canines.

Talking to WFAA, Heflin stated, “They instructed me he was in an enclosed space, that they don’t know what occurred, however {that a} boxer was there with him and attacked him.”

Heflin left Drake within the boarding facility on Thursday to go to New York for a bachelorette celebration, WFAA studies.

Moreover, Heflin reveals that this was her canine’s first time at a boarding facility. “The one time he stays at a boarding facility, he will get brutally killed within the worst demise conceivable,” stated Heflin.

In a statement posted on Fb, Good Canine Dallas stated the “unforeseeable incident” was tragically the primary time a canine died of their 11 years of enterprise, and supplied their deepest condolences to Drake’s household.

Nevertheless, Heflin revealed that the boarding facility has blocked her from leaving feedback on their Fb posts and isn’t responding to any of her questions.

She instructed Dallas News, “I’m going to proceed to do every part in my energy to get all the info regarding Drake’s demise to forestall it from occurring to different canines and house owners sooner or later.”

Heflin revealed she and her household buried Drake on their household farm. “Drake was my child, my sisters’ nephew, and my dad and mom’ solely grandkid (grandpup). All this to say, he’s irreplaceable and nothing will fill the outlet in our coronary heart from shedding him,” Heflin wrote.

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