Reward Offered For Wisconsin Dog Poisoning Deaths
Wisconsin law enforcement agencies in Forest County are looking for help from the general public as four dogs and a number of wildlife have turned up dead from poisoning in recent weeks. They've determined that someone has purposely left the poison along the road on public lands and they want to know who is was.
News sources are reporting that four household dogs have turned up dead. At least two of them were on a leash being walked by their owner when the dogs discovered and ate the poison. In addition, they've found evidence that suggests that other wild animals have consumed the poison died - including coyotes, weasels and wolves.
To encourage someone with information to come forward, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Office of Law Enforcement has established a reward of $1,000 that leads to the arrest in the case. If you have information, you're asked to call 608-221-1206.
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