Dog Rescued After Owners Post Horrifying Craigslist Ad


Liz Pendleton, a woman from Missouri took action after she saw a horrible ad in Craiglist pertaining to a dog. She rescued a 4 year old German Shepherd mix after reading that the owners would shoot the dog if no one picked it up by day’s end. “In the description it said they had no use for the dog and if no one came and got it they would shoot,” said Pendleton, of University City, Mo. Having been completely shocked about the ad, Liz, a veterinary student drove Morrisonville, IL to pick up the dog.

“It was an hour and a half [drive], and the lady basically didn’t say anything,” she said. “There was no question I was going to get that dog.” Pendleton notified the police about the ad and since she can’t care for the dog permanently she is hoping that someone else can. The police station reported that Ms. Pendleton named the dog “Buck.”

So far there’s no information on how one can adopt Buck but we’ll let you know as soon as we hear anything. Story via.

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