Bulldog puppy beaten to death found dumped in Adidas bag at park

A bulldog puppy which appears to have been viciously beaten over the head was found dead in an Adidas bag at a park.

The horrific discovery was made by a passerby who noticed a suspicious bag while walking through Stanley Park, Liverpool at around 5pm on Sunday.

Upon inspecting the contents of the bag, they were horrified to find a lifeless bulldog puppy with multiple puncture wounds around the upper part of its body.

Inspectors believe the pup was beaten with a weapon in a brutal attack.

The RSPCA are urgently trying to track down the twisted perpetrator of the attack.

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Inspector Joanne McDonald was called to the scene shortly after the discovery was made, and brought the puppy to the nearest vet for examination.

She is now pleading for anyone with information about the incident to get in touch.

She said: “The puppy ha a severe head injury suggesting it had been hit possibly with a weapon and also had a number of facial injuries.

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“The body was then placed in this Adidas bag and dumped near a bin at the entrance to the park.

“The dog was not microchipped so we are appealing for anyone who recognises this puppy and who owned him to contact us.

“I would also like to speak to anyone who saw anything suspicious in this area at around the time the bag was found.

“It is a very distinctive satchel which a member of the public may recognise or they may have seen someone carrying it in the area before the body was found.”

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