Demand Justice for Puppy Tied to Truck and Dragged onto Highway

Target: The community of St. Louis, Missouri

Goal: Find and convict individual(s) responsible for tying puppy to the back of a truck and was dragged onto highway

Recently, a puppy from St. Louis, Missouri faced an abominable act of cruelty. This puppy was heartlessly tied to the back of a truck where he was dragged onto a highway. The person(s) responsible for this act have yet to be found and properly punished. Action must be taken in order to spread awareness and find whoever committed such a crime against this defenseless puppy.

The victim of this horrendous crime is a 5-month-old puppy named Trooper. He was dragged down the highway for about 1.6 miles before the owner of the truck was alerted by another driver. The owner of the truck immediately stopped and called 911; the owner of the truck had no idea who tied Trooper to his truck or how Trooper got there in the first place.

Trooper is currently being cared for by the Humane Society of Missouri. Numerous veterinarians claim that Trooper is extremely fortunate to be alive given what he has gone through. Trooper sustained several injuries and burns to his face, ears, shoulders, legs and right side of his body. As of right now, he might have to have one of his legs amputated.

In addition to the injuries Trooper sustained from being dragged on the highway, there are signs of abuse prior to the incident. Those who are working with Trooper have strong reasons to believe that he was already a victim of abuse before he was even tied to the back of the truck. Trooper was so malnourished when he received treatment that his bones were visible through his fur.

Despite everything that has happened to him, Trooper continues to fight; his body may suffer from several injuries but his spirit is not broken. Justice must be attained for Trooper. The individual(s) responsible for the abuse against Trooper must be found and punished to the fullest extent. Sign and share the petition below to help find those responsible for Trooper’s pain and to ensure that the individual(s) responsible suffer the full consequences for their horrendous acts of animal abuse and cruelty.


Dear community of St. Louis, Missouri,

Recently, a puppy was a victim of extreme animal abuse and cruelty. This puppy, Trooper, was tied to the back of truck and dragged onto a highway for about 1.6 miles before he was able to receive medical attention. He was severely injured from this ordeal, but he is making a slow recovery thanks to the Humane Society of Missouri. The individual(s) responsible for these heinous and inhumane acts are still out there and unpunished. The Humane Society of Missouri and local law enforcement are working diligently to find whoever did this to Trooper.

Despite their continued efforts to find those responsible, the Humane Society of Missouri and local law enforcement cannot find the criminal(s) alone. They are relying on tips and leads given by individuals in the community in order to find the criminal(s). Please sign and share the petition below to spread awareness about Trooper so the heartless individual(s) responsible for this can be found and convicted.


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Photo credit: “Team Trooper” page on Facebook

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  1. Natalie Trott says:

    Yet another act of animal cruelty. When will it ever stop? This is heartbreaking. Find out who did it and lock them up for a very long time.

  2. I hope Trooper gets well soon and those criminals shud be hanged till death or may be tied to d truck and be dragged till their last breath

  3. Billie Hassim Billie Hassim says:

    Hello everyone! Progress has been made with Trooper’s case. His abusers have been identified. Here’s a link to the story: .

  4. justice for trooper the dog now. hell awaits the scum who tied him to a truck.

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