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Tiny puppy slashed and thrown out with rubbish

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The RSPCA is appealing for information after Mabel the puppy was discovered injured (Picture: RSPCA / SWNS.COM)

A tiny puppy was discovered with a horrific slash wound after being dumped out with the rubbish.

Mabel, thought to be between 10 and 14 days old, was found in a waste area outside a shop in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire at about 7pm on May 5.

The young Staffie, who ‘could not have been more vulnerable’, had a serious injury on her shoulder-area which had gone untreated.

She was taken to a local vet for treatment and her wound is now healing.

The RSCPA has called for anyone with any information on the incident to come forward, as Mabel is nursed back to health.

RSPCA inspector Emma Brook said: ‘This very young puppy could not have been more vulnerable.

An adorable little puppy was found with slash wounds - after being DUMPED out with the rubbish outside a shop in Huddersfield, West Yorks. See SWNS story SWLEpuppy. An adorable little puppy was found with slash wounds - after being DUMPED out with the rubbish. The RSPCA is appealing for information after the tiny puppy was found in the bin area outside a shop in Huddersfield, West Yorks. The pup, who has been named Mabel, is thought to be aged between 10 and 14 days old. The vulnerable Staffie is now being hand-reared by a local vet where she can be nursed back to health.
Mabel had a nasty slash wound (Picture: RSPCA / SWNS.COM)
An adorable little puppy was found with slash wounds - after being DUMPED out with the rubbish outside a shop in Huddersfield, West Yorks. See SWNS story SWLEpuppy. An adorable little puppy was found with slash wounds - after being DUMPED out with the rubbish. The RSPCA is appealing for information after the tiny puppy was found in the bin area outside a shop in Huddersfield, West Yorks. The pup, who has been named Mabel, is thought to be aged between 10 and 14 days old. The vulnerable Staffie is now being hand-reared by a local vet where she can be nursed back to health.
The young puppy ‘could not have been more vulnerable’ (Picture: RSPCA / SWNS.COM)
An adorable little puppy was found with slash wounds - after being DUMPED out with the rubbish outside a shop in Huddersfield, West Yorks. See SWNS story SWLEpuppy. An adorable little puppy was found with slash wounds - after being DUMPED out with the rubbish. The RSPCA is appealing for information after the tiny puppy was found in the bin area outside a shop in Huddersfield, West Yorks. The pup, who has been named Mabel, is thought to be aged between 10 and 14 days old. The vulnerable Staffie is now being hand-reared by a local vet where she can be nursed back to health.
She was discovered in a rubbish area outside a shop in Huddersfield (Picture: RSPCA / SWNS.COM)
An adorable little puppy was found with slash wounds - after being DUMPED out with the rubbish outside a shop in Huddersfield, West Yorks. See SWNS story SWLEpuppy. An adorable little puppy was found with slash wounds - after being DUMPED out with the rubbish. The RSPCA is appealing for information after the tiny puppy was found in the bin area outside a shop in Huddersfield, West Yorks. The pup, who has been named Mabel, is thought to be aged between 10 and 14 days old. The vulnerable Staffie is now being hand-reared by a local vet where she can be nursed back to health.
The puppy is thankfully now on the mend (Picture: RSPCA / SWNS.COM)

‘She was just a week or two old – many weeks too young to be away from her mother which shouldn’t happen until around eight weeks.

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‘She also had a serious injury – a large slash-wound to her shoulder-area which had been untreated.’

She added: ‘The vets said it was a very bad injury. They stapled it up but unfortunately it broke down so it’s since had to be managed as an open wound which is more of a challenge.

‘I’ve been told she’s doing well though, the wound is now healing and hopefully she is going to make it.’

Anyone with information is asked to contact the RSPCA appeals line on 0300 123 8018.

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Source: Metro News UK

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