Punish Person Who Left Nail-Filled Dog Treats in a Park

Target: Steve Suttie, Branch Administrator, Lancashire Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

Goal: Open investigation into nail-embedded pieces of ham left at a popular dog walking spot.

Dog owners have reported finding meat laced with sharp objects at the entrance to a popular park where community residents often walk their dogs. Posted to Facebook were photos of what appears to be ham filled with nails, cocktail sticks, and other sharp objects. An investigation is necessary to ensure that no animals are harmed by this cruel trap.

These types of bait can cause serious harm to dogs as well as wild animals. They can cut up the animals’ mouths, throats, and esophaguses, and even cause severe internal damage. Some animals in these cases require extensive surgery, and some can even die.

So far, Preston Police and the RSPCA have not yet opened an investigation into the matter. They have, however, asked anyone with information about the spiked meat to come forward. This case comes hot on the heels of a similar one where cocktail sausages embedded with nails were found in South Wales.

If found, the person responsible for leaving these potentially deadly bits of food could face six months in jail and a fine of up to $60,000. It is imperative that an investigation is opened and that the person responsible is harshly punished in order to deter this all-too-common type of cruelty. Sign the petition below to demand the maximum possible penalty in this case.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Mr. Suttie,

Dog owners have reported finding pieces of ham embedded with nails and wooden spikes at a popular dog walking location. These types of bait can cause serious harm to dogs as well as other wild animals. This harm can include lacerations inside of the mouth, throat, and esophagus, as well as more serious internal punctures. In serious cases, bait like this can cause damage that requires serious surgery or even result in death.

Particularly considering the fact that cases like these are seemingly becoming more common, it is imperative that the person responsible is apprehended and punished. Recently, cocktail sausages laced with mails were found in a South Wales park. We, the undersigned, demand that the person responsible is found and harshly punished in order to deter this type of barbaric cruelty.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Karen-Arnold

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12 Comments

  1. find this person and make it eat what they left to hurt the animals now.

  2. What a sad individual. He/she must have a twisted mind. Which decent person would even think of this? This moron needs something constructive to do. Perhaps a hefty fine and a nice long prison sentence to think about it.

  3. Cynthia Gannon says:

    The U.K. Has the most sophisticated surveillance systems in the world. Why is this so hard to find the losers who did this?

  4. I am ready, willing and able to help enact the required death penalty to these bastard animal abuser/murderers.An eye for an eye!!!!

  5. Mr Suttie why are you and the Police stalling, get out there, do your job which you’re paid for and find the moron who’s doing this. A cancer curse on the moron. Someone please find them and stuff the same down their throat. It’s time punishment fit the crime and was made Law.

  6. KatWrangler says:

    Find whoever did this and feed his/her little “treats” to them.

  7. Why can’t they find them, are they trying?

  8. take all these evil crazy bored mf’s and just wipe them off this earth to make it safe for the rest of us. NO mercy, they dont have it and never will

  9. Cora Harder says:

    Kill that scum, but before killing these bastard torture them as long as possible!
    Go to hell forever scum of earth!

  10. Lisa Zarafonetis Lisa Zarafonetis says:

    Another scum bucket who needs to rot in hell❗?
    Signed & shared ?

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