Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

She Thought Her Dog Had Bug Bites – Then She Realized The Scary Truth.

Worst Case Scenario

Worst Case Scenario

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Dr. Sunbury shaved patches of Jackson's fur off to figure out what was causing those mysterious marks. Sadly, this meant that Jackson ended up with a fur pattern that closely resembled a checkerboard. Despite this, the sweet dog remained calm while he did his thing. Then Dr. Sunbury made a discovery that was truly heartbeaking.

Jackson Was A Victim

Jackson Was A Victim

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Dr. Sunbury discovered that the marks were puncture wounds caused by BB projectiles and pellets. This shocked Hayden to the very core. Someone in the surrounding areas had aimed a BB gun at Jackson and fired. She immediately realized she had to find the culprit behind this animal cruelty. But that was going to be a challenge.

BB Guns Aren't Toys

BB Guns Aren't Toys

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Most people use BB and pellet guns in shooting competitions or to do a little target practice. But many don't realize that BB guns can shoot at more than 60 mps, which is fast enough to break bones and rip through flesh. That's why they should never be treated as a toy, because in the wrong hands, it can be just as dangerous as a real gun. But how bad serious were Jackson's injuries?

Multiple Shootings

Multiple Shootings

Jackson had several pellets and BBs in his body. Fortunately, Dr. Sunbury was able to remove 21 BBs and 7 pellets from his body, but he feared that more might be stuck inside. The only solution to getting them all out would be through surgery. However, Sunbury was optimistic that Jackson would recover, which made Hayden happy. Now she had to make a call to find the culprit.

Hello, Police?

Hello, Police?

City of Seymour, IN

Hayden reached out to the Seymour Police Department and told them what someone did to Jackson. She even showed the officers the dog's wounds and the pellets Dr. Sunbury removed. The stunned officers were happy to begin an investigation, but there was one problem. The only lead they had was a non-talking dog. How would they solve this case?

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