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Suffolk SPCA Seeking Donations to Help Save Leg of Severely Injured Dog

Frankie, a 1 year-old beagle mix, was hit by a car and left leashed in a yard by his owner without medical attention for over a week, officials say.

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Frankie, an abused 1 year-old male beagle mix, needs money for vital surgery to help him walk again.

Photo by: Suffolk County SPCA

Suffolk County, NY - April 18, 2018 - On April 11, 2018 the Suffolk County SPCA received a call that a one (1) year old male beagle mix, Frankie, was tethered on a short leash with no water available in a truck yard. The dog had a severely injured leg that was dislocated in two (2) spots, a broken bone and an open wound and injury to hip joint. The injury to his leg was so severe that it impaired his ability to walk. The dog had been allegedly struck by a vehicle over a week before without receiving any veterinary care. 
Frankie needs the public's help to receive the surgery needed for him to be able to walk again. 
The owner was arrested and charged with animal cruelty by Suffolk County SPCA detectives.
Please help Frankie so his leg does not have to be amputated. 
Frankie has suffered enought in his short life. Let's give him a new leash on life.
Please help Frankie by donating on our GoFundMe page to pay for his surgery: