Police investigate beating, torture of pit bull in Savage

Police are investigating after Midwest Animal Rescue & Services (MARS) reported the beating and torture of a pit bull in Savage Wednesday. MARS reported on its Facebook page that the pit bull, named Caesar, was let out in his fenced yard by his owner with two other dogs, and 20 minutes later he was discovered limping and bleeding in his family's driveway. The other dogs were unharmed.
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Police are investigating after Midwest Animal Rescue & Services (MARS) reported the beating and torture of a pit bull in Savage Wednesday. MARS reported on its Facebook page that the pit bull, named Caesar, was let out in his fenced yard by his owner with two other dogs, and 20 minutes later he was discovered limping and bleeding in his family's driveway. The other dogs were unharmed.

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