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Puppy named Tiffany is left with cuts down to the bone after a HAIR TIE was placed over her snout

Puppy named Tiffany is left with cuts down to the bone after a HAIR TIE was placed over her snout 2

Puppy named Tiffany is left with horrific cuts down to the bone after animal abuser placed a HAIR TIE over her snout

  • Last week, a good Samaritan brought in a brown puppy into Cincinnati Animal CARE with a small hair tie placed on her muzzle that left a deep gash 
  • The puppy, whose breed was not specified, was given the name Tiffany after the popular 80’s pop star by staff members and was treated for her injuries  
  • On Tuesday the shelter revealed the good news that the very good Samaritans who brought her in decided to foster her
  • Cincinnati Animal CARE is asking anyone with information regarding who put the hair tie on Tiffany to contact the Hamilton County Dog Wardens at 513-541-7387 
  • Animal rights organization PETA has even offered a $5,000 reward for anyone with information that leads to an arrest for animal cruelty against the pup

A Cincinnati puppy named after a famous 80’s pop star is on the mend after she was was found with a hair tie around her snout that left a deep gash down to the bone.  

Last week, a Good Samaritan brought in the brown puppy into Cincinnati Animal CARE with a small hair tie placed on her muzzle that left a deep gash all the way down to the bone and intense swelling. 

The vets at the shelter provided her with immediate care, removing the hair tie and stitching her gash up, before naming the dog Tiffany. 

The hair tie might have been an impromptu method of trying to keep the dog from barking, typically seen done with zip ties. 

Last week, a good Samaritan brought in a brown puppy into Cincinnati Animal CARE with a small hair tie placed on her muzzle that left a deep gash all the way down to the bone

Last week, a good Samaritan brought in a brown puppy into Cincinnati Animal CARE with a small hair tie placed on her muzzle that left a deep gash all the way down to the bone

Gory photos posted by the shelter showed the extent of the gruesome injury to the doe-eyes pup's snout

Gory photos posted by the shelter showed the extent of the gruesome injury to the doe-eyes pup’s snout

Gory photos posted by the shelter showed the extent of the gruesome injury to the doe-eyes pup’s snout.

The puppy, whose breed was not specified, was given the name Tiffany after the popular 80’s pop star by staff members.

According to the shelter, Tiffany handled her medical care ‘like a champ’ and was temporarily fostered by a member of the medical team as she healed.

But on Tuesday the shelter revealed the good news that the very good Samaritans who brought her in decided to foster her, and showed an updated snap of the puppy whose swelling around her muzzle had gone down significantly.  

As Tiffany heals, the search is on for answers about how the hair tie ended up on her snout.  

According to the shelter, Tiffany handled her medical care 'like a champ' and was temporarily fostered by a member of the medical team as she healed

According to the shelter, Tiffany handled her medical care ‘like a champ’ and was temporarily fostered by a member of the medical team as she healed

On Tuesday the shelter showed an updated snap of the puppy whose swelling around her muzzle had gone down significantly

On Tuesday the shelter showed an updated snap of the puppy whose swelling around her muzzle had gone down significantly

Cincinnati Animal CARE is asking anyone with information to contact the Hamilton County Dog Wardens at 513-541-7387 and animal rights organization PETA has even offered a $5,000 reward for anyone with information that leads to an arrest for animal cruelty against the pup. 

‘This puppy should have been loved and cared for, but instead, someone apparently fastened a band around her muzzle, leaving her in pain and unable to eat or drink,’ PETA Senior Vice President Colleen O’Brien told WLWT5. 

‘PETA is seeking the public’s help so that whoever abused this dog can be held accountable and stopped from hurting anyone else.’

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