Owner: Search dog ‘didn’t have a mean bone in his body’

Owner: Search dog 'didn't have a mean bone in his body'

Photo: Waco Fire/Rescue Station #14/Facebook IRVINE, Ky. (WKYT) The owner of a bloodhound used as a search dog for Estill County Rescue Squad says he doesn’t understand why someone would kill his dog. The dog was found dead in the field across from Charles Collins’ home. A neighbor told police they saw him shoot the dog while it was in the road and he was in his yard. Collins is charged with assault on a service animal and animal cruelty. That 18-month-old bloodhound, Hunter, went missing Sunday morning when his owner and trainer let him out to use the bathroom. “Still mind blowing to me,” said David Conrad, Hunter’s owner. “I can’t believe that anybody would hurt this dog. He didn’t have a mean bone in his body. He was the most gentlest dog I’ve ever seen. Collins’ arrest citation says a neighbor told police the dog was walking […]

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