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Dead dog left in box died of neurological problems

Citizen Staff Writer



A dead dog found outside the Humane Society of Southern Arizona Tuesday died of neurological problems.

It was taken to the shelter, 3450 N. Kelvin Blvd., after it died Monday evening, said Marsh Myers, a spokesman for the Animal Cruelty Task Force of Southern Arizona.

Humane Society members found the dog in a box and called the Pima County Sheriff’s Department, he said.

The Welsh corgi had been suffering seizures and was under a veterinarian’s care, Myers said.

The dog’s owners contacted the shelter yesterday, Myers said.

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