Injured Brisbane dog found tied to tree with marks scrawled all over body

An injured dog is found tied to a tree with purple markings scrawled all over its body, just a month after another dog was found similarly dead.

  • GRAPHIC CONTENT WARNING: Large Cinnamon Mastiff found with bloody neck wound and graffiti drawn on it
  • Dog was tied to a tree and left in a park in Brisbane’s southern suburbs
  • It comes a month after a dead dog was found tied to a tree in Brisbane.
  • Do you know who abandoned this injured dog? tips@dailymail.com

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Animal rescuers are asking the public to double down on who tied a badly injured dog to a tree and scrawled graffiti-like pen marks on her body.

The large male mastiff was found abandoned and on a short but alive rope in Tovey Park in the southern Brisbane suburb of Boronia Heights.

The wretched, skinny canine had bloody “puncture injuries” on his neck and purple marker drawings on his back.

It comes just a month after a dead dog was left tied to a tree a few miles away with a traumatic blunt force injury in a deliberate act of animal cruelty.

The wretched, skinny canine was found alive but with bloody “puncture injuries” to his neck and purple marker drawings on his back in Brisbane.

The RSPCA called on citizens to report whoever tied the injured dog to a tree, just a month after a dead dog was found tied to another tree a few miles away.

The RSPCA called on citizens to report whoever tied the injured dog to a tree, just a month after a dead dog was found tied to another tree a few miles away.

The RSPCA called on citizens to report whoever tied the injured dog to a tree, just a month after a dead dog was found tied to another tree a few miles away.

The mastiff survived and was rescued by an RSCPA inspector.

The Queensland RSPCA issued a desperate request for information about the injured animal.

“Anyone with information about this dog, or who has seen someone in the area with the dog, is asked to contact the RSPCA’s 24/7 emergency hotline,” said Emma Lagoon. , RSPCA Queensland spokesperson.

‘It’s not good at all to leave an injured dog tied to a tree. As for brands, it is simply a lack of respect.

“As you can imagine, this poor dog is quite scared and is getting all the attention he needs right now to hopefully get over his ordeal and make a full recovery.”

The RSPCA also urged pet owners to let someone know if they feel overwhelmed by the responsibility of caring for animals.

‘Please ask for help. We can help relocate pets when people have no other options.’

On the RSCPA’s social media pages, supporters were appalled at the cruelty shown to the dog.

“I hope they find out who did this and they go to jail,” wrote a Brisbane woman on Facebook.

The large male mastiff was found abandoned and on a short but alive rope in Tovey Park, in the southern Brisbane suburb of Boronia Heights.

The large male mastiff was found abandoned and on a short but alive rope in Tovey Park, in the southern Brisbane suburb of Boronia Heights.

The large male mastiff was found abandoned and on a short but alive rope in Tovey Park, in the southern Brisbane suburb of Boronia Heights.

The body of an American Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix was found Aug. 14 with a blunt force head injury.

The body of an American Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix was found Aug. 14 with a blunt force head injury.

The body of an American Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix was found Aug. 14 with a blunt force head injury.

‘That’s why people don’t like people, how can people be so cruel to an animal as loyal as a dog?’

‘I’m not going to say what, but they deserve much more than jail time,’ one Brisbane man wrote.

“I’m praying for life-changing karma for the people responsible,” another person commented on Facebook.

The body of an American Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix was discovered tied to a tree in the Bald Hills, north of Brisbane, just over a week ago on August 14.

A member of the public came across the dog in the brush in front of the Tinchi Tamba boat ramp.

If you have any information about this injured dog, please contact the RSPCA’s 24/7 hotline on 1300 ANIMAL (1300 264 625).

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