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A man from Ohio who claimed to have found an injured dog with a cut in the throat and mouth taped mouth was accused of inventing the story to get free veterinary care after the pet was injured. Police say the man, who is not named, brought the dog named Dani (photo) to the Twin Maple Veterinary Clinic in West Carrollton on August 17 and claimed that he found the helpless animal on the street

The Ohio man who claimed to find an injured dog with a cut throat and duct-taped mouth was in fact the pet OWNER – and he lied about finding it on the road to get free veterinary care

  • The dog named Dani was taken to a clinic in West Carrollton, Ohio on August 17 by a man who claimed to have found the helpless animal on the street
  • The distressing injuries of the dog caught the attention of the local media and the man was praised as a hero for rushing Dani to the hospital
  • Dani & # 39; s throat was cut through a barbed wire fence and he had muzzle injuries after being muzzled with duct tape for several hours every day
  • Researchers later determined that the Good Samaritan was the owner of the dog
  • Police say the man, who was not mentioned, made up the story to prevent veterinary bills
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A man from Ohio who claimed to have found an injured dog with a cut in the throat and mouth taped mouth was accused of inventing the story to get free veterinary care after the pet was injured.

Police say the man, who is not named, brought the dog named Dani to the Twin Maple Veterinary Clinic in West Carrollton on August 17 and claimed that he found the helpless animal on the street.

The distressing injuries of the dog caught the attention of the local media and the man was praised as a hero for bringing Dani to the hospital.

Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones called the case & # 39; terrible & # 39; and vowed to track down the alleged perpetrator.

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However, researchers later determined that the Good Samaritan was the owner of the dog and that he made up the story for free veterinary care.

A man from Ohio who claimed to have found an injured dog with a cut in the throat and mouth taped mouth was accused of inventing the story to get free veterinary care after the pet was injured. Police say the man, who is not named, brought the dog named Dani (photo) to the Twin Maple Veterinary Clinic in West Carrollton on August 17 and claimed that he found the helpless animal on the street

A man from Ohio who claimed to have found an injured dog with a cut in the throat and mouth taped mouth was accused of inventing the story to get free veterinary care after the pet was injured. Police say the man, who is not named, brought the dog named Dani (photo) to the Twin Maple Veterinary Clinic in West Carrollton on August 17 and claimed that he found the helpless animal on the street

& # 39; After an interview with the owner, it was reported to our investigators that they could not pay the vet bills, so they made up a story to help the dogs for free, & # 39; said Jones Monday in a statement.

Dani's throat was cut through a barbed wire fence and had muzzle injuries after his owners had muzzled it for several hours every day so that they couldn't chew on things in their home.

The pooch has been treated and is expected to survive.

The sheriff said the dog's owner lives in neighboring Warren County, so the case is now being handled by officials in both counties.

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"We will make a joint effort to work with neighboring jurisdiction to ensure that this case is handled appropriately," said Jones.

It is unclear whether the owner will be faced with costs for the incident.

Dani's throat was cut through a barbed wire fence and had muzzle injuries after his owners had muzzled it for several hours every day so that they couldn't chew on things in their home. The dog has been treated and is expected to fully recover

Dani's throat was cut through a barbed wire fence and had muzzle injuries after his owners had muzzled it for several hours every day so that they couldn't chew on things in their home. The dog has been treated and is expected to fully recover

Dani's throat was cut through a barbed wire fence and had muzzle injuries after his owners had muzzled it for several hours every day so that they couldn't chew on things in their home. The dog has been treated and is expected to fully recover

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