Demand Justice For Dog Abandoned with Slit Throat

Target: The community of San Antonio, Texas

Goal: To find the individual responsible for slashing a dog’s throat and abandoning her

Recently, a dog was abandoned at a veterinary clinic by an individual who was presumed to be her owner. The dog was brought into the clinic because she suffered from severe neck injuries. While it is currently unconfirmed, the owner is believed to be responsible for these injuries. The dog has received care, but justice has yet to be obtained for her. The individual responsible for this must be found and charged with animal cruelty.

Janna, the dog who was recklessly injured and abandoned, arrived at the veterinary clinic with deep, ulcerated wounds on her neck. At the time of her arrival, the veterinarian was unsure of what caused the wounds but had some speculations. The vet believed that the wounds were caused either by slitting Janna’s throat or by leaving a collar on Janna for so long that it embedded itself into her neck; the vet was leaning more towards the possibility of someone slitting Janna’s throat. Regardless of what caused her wounds, it is obvious that the individual responsible for Janna’s condition was neglecting and abusing her in order for her to develop such gruesome gashes on her neck. Although the injuries on her neck were so deep that they nearly severed her jugular, the vet caring for Janna was able to stitch her wounds and save her.

The man responsible for Janna’s injuries is still at large. No one was able to properly identify the individual because he was gone before any information could be obtained; he told the staff at the veterinary clinic that he would wait until Janna’s surgery was over but he drove away as soon as they took her in. While this man may not be Janna’s owner and may not be responsible for Janna’s injuries, he must be found and questioned. At this point, any information regarding Janna will greatly help in obtaining justice for her. The individual who is responsible for this must be found and punished for his crime.

In the meantime, Janna is making quite a recovery and is being cared for by the organization “For the Love of Strays.” Hendrick Boards is also selling t-shirts on their website to support Janna in order to raise money for her care and medical treatments. Share and sign the petition below to help spread Janna’s story with the hopes of finding the individual responsible for her devastating injuries.


Dear community of San Antonio, Texas,

Recently, a dog was a victim of extreme animal abuse and cruelty. This dog, Janna, suffered from severe injuries on her neck and was abandoned at a veterinary clinic located just a little south of San Antonio. It is believed that Janna’s injuries are a result of having her throat slit open. The individual responsible for this unforgivable act is still at large.

While the search for Janna’s abuser still continues, little progress has been made in finding the man responsible for this crime. Please sign and share the petition below to spread awareness about Janna so the heartless individual responsible for this can be found and convicted.


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  1. Someone somewhere knows to whom this dog belongs

  2. I wish and pray every day that there will some day soon be no animal abuse in the world and until that day comes I will continue to pray for all of GOD’S CREATURES. This case should be jail time forever.

  3. Cândida Sá Dantas says:

    Penso que o mundo só derá perfeito no dia em que todos os animais sejam respeitados e protegidos pelo homem. Só então nós, humanos, teremos contribuído para um mundo de harmonia.

  4. death to this dog abuser now.

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