puppy abandoned in dumpster

Two perceptive Waste Management representatives are being called legends in the wake of finding a 6-month-old young doggie deserted in a trash dumpster Monday evening, reports ABC Action News.

Manatee County Animal Services says somebody left the half-year-old pitbull mix little dog locked in a crate inside a dumpster at the Speedway corner store situated at State Road 64 and Upper Manatee River Road-Lakewood Ranch Boulevard in Bradenton. 

Waste Management employees  Ahriel Jones Sr. and Daniel Cormier were the first to detect the pup. Cormier says as they were planning to empty the dumpster into their truck, he saw the canine’s head spring up over the waste. 

“I yelled, ‘there’s a dog in here and she’s alive!'” Cormier explained.

Jones Sr. support the young doggie and urged her out of the dumpster. 

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“I petted her on her neck and asked her, ‘Who did this to you? Who put you in here like this? Do you mind if I lift you to get you out?’” Jones Sr. clarified.

The female pup wasn’t harmed and had by one way or another discovered way out of the semi-broken carton when Cormier and Jones arrived. The men state the little dog wasn’t making any clamors and they were appreciative that they investigated the dumpster before dragging it away into the junk truck. 

“She was scared and shaking nervously,” Cormier elaborated.

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Cormier and Jones Sr. state the dumpster was likewise loaded up with surrendered furniture. 

“Like they just threw away the stuff in their house and then threw away the dog too,” Jones added.

When a Manatee County Animal Service official arrived on the scene, the little dog was moved inside the store and given nourishment and water. She gave off an impression of being solid and dynamic however the pooch was not micro-chipped.

The canine is being held at Manatee County Animal Services in Palmetto as teams keep on examining. 

The Manatee County Animal Services says animal abandonment is a crime. Any proprietor who surrenders abandons an animal and the animal suffers injury, lack of healthy sustenance or is relinquished in a road, street or open spot, without giving consideration, is guilty of a misdemeanor of the first degree.

If you have any information regarding this case, MCAS hopes you’ll call them at 941-742-5933.