By Ellen Fike, Cowboy State Daily
Uinta County authorities are investigating an incident in which an arrow was shoved down a puppy’s throat last week.
According to Uinta County Law Enforcement Services’ Facebook page, a border doodle puppy named Milly wandered away from her family for a short time in Lyman on Aug. 6.
While she was gone, an arrow was shoved down the dog’s throat, injuring her “very badly,” but there was no indication the puppy died.
Crime Stoppers and the family are offering cash rewards for information regarding the incident. Information can be submitted by calling 307-787-6500.
This is the second time Wyoming pets have made headlines recently. The first was when Sublette County authorities reported a string of pet shootings in the area back in July.