Dog partially decapitated and dumped on owner’s doorstep

Derrick Santistevan

The RSPCA is attempting to locate who is accountable for partially severing a dog’s head and then disposing the body on her owner’s patio area.

Hollie, a Staffordshire bull terrier, was drawn from her owner’s garden and eliminated in other places, RSPCA detectives think.

West Midlands Authorities is performing a joint query with the animal charity into the gruesome discovery on 19 May.

The dog was discovered by her owner Andrea Jarvis when she returned home from operate in Bilston, Wolverhampton.

She discovered Hollie after attempting to call her in for her supper. The dog’s leg had actually likewise been severed.

Ms Jarvis, a carer who deals with her 18- year-old child, Jack, stated finding Hollie’s body was “horrific and upsetting”.

She stated: “I simply could not think what I was seeing – Hollie was dead and her body had actually been left cut up in such a horrible method.

” We have actually had Hollie for 13 years and she was such a caring dog I can’t think this has actually occurred.

” When I could not discover her I anticipated she was snuggled on my bed – absolutely nothing might prepare me for what I discovered – it was dreadful and so disturbing.”

Ms Jarvis added she has actually been not able to sleep after Hollie’s death.

” I simply hope somebody will step forward to the RSPCA so we can discover the individual accountable,” she added.

RSPCA inspector Adam Bailey stated no suspects had actually been determined.

Mr Bailey stated: “We do not understand why or how Hollie was eliminated however our company believe she was drawn from the garden – where she was left as Andrea went to work – and eliminated in other places.

” There was no blood in the garden which recommends the attack took place in other places.

” The injuries sustained are horrendous and this has actually come as a big shock to her owners.”

The RSPCA is eager to trace anybody who might know about what took place to Hollie or to anybody who saw anything suspicious to call the RSPCA appeals line on 0300 123 8018.

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