Puppy Dumped From SUV Tries to Follow Vehicle As it Drives Away

There are some people in this world who just need a good beating.

KTLA

A Las Vegas area family was looking for a good home Monday for a puppy abandoned by someone who dumped the 8-month-old on their street.

dog-dumped-in-street-bg Puppy tries to catch up with SUV after being dumped on street in Henderson, Nevada on May 5, 2014. (Credit: KLAS)

Home surveillance video showed an SUV drive into the Henderson, Nevada neighborhood on May 5.

Someone inside the vehicle dropped the dog out on the street and then drove off.

The video showed the puppy looking confused as it tried to follow the SUV down the street.

“I just feel really bad that someone could actually just open the car door and just dump this beautiful animal,” Toni Luisi told KLAS.

Luisi found the puppy, she calls Graci, outside the gates of her home and has been caring for her.

“I mean, how do they treat their children if this is how they treat…

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6 Responses to Puppy Dumped From SUV Tries to Follow Vehicle As it Drives Away

  1. wildninja says:

    Thank you for posting this. I hope we hear an update– that this puppy has found a worthy home soon. Thank God this woman was there at the right time.

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  3. Derek Taylor says:

    They deserve a damn sight more than a beating.

  4. Did the camera get a license plate #?

  5. As a youngster I saw someone dump a beautiful Beagle out of the passenger side window at 60 mph – it rolled and bounced in the ditch like a rag doll and then bravely and loyally ran after the savages in the car that ditched it.

    Disgusting … I’ll never forget the image of that perfect loyal dog chasing the horrible people it was bonded to. At that time I realized some people do not deserve pets, and are more despicable monsters than most of us can imagine. How hard is it to take the dog to the SPCA? It may not be adopted, I’ll admit, and you may have to admit failure as a pet owner, but at least it has a chance.

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