Beagles That Were Thrown From the Suv Will Be Adopted Together
Trooper and Adam, the two beagles that were thrown from a moving SUV on 81 South between Marathon and Whitney Point a couple of weeks back, are now up for adoption to a good home. The Broome County Humane Society has announced that both Trooper and Adam will be placed together.
According to WODZ-FM, the Humane Society said they are accepting applications for the dogs and that Trooper, the dog that suffered the more serious injuries, is recovering nicely. He will remain under their care until he is cleared by a veterinarian to leave the shelter.
It was originally reported that the truck driver who stopped to rescue the beagles after seeing them thrown out of the back window of the speeding SUV, Adam, said he wanted to adopt both dogs if possible. According to the Broome County Humane Society, he will not be adopting the pair.
If you are interested in adopting these two beautiful dogs you can stop by the Broome County Humane Society or visit their website www.bchumanesoc.com
No arrests have been made in this despicable incident. New York State Police are still seeking help in locating the people or person responsible. Anyone with information is asked to call the New York State Police at Homer at (607)-749-1614.
Currently, there's a $17,000 reward offered for information that leads to an arrest and conviction in this case.
Trooper sustained two fractured legs, broken ribs, as well as lung injuries. After orthopedic surgeons realized they could not save one of the legs they were forced to amputate it.
I saw a video of Trooper being reunited with Adam last week. The video showed the two dogs seeing each other for the first time since Trooper lost his leg. He was walking around and it looks like he is still getting used to only having three legs, but he looks like he is recovering nicely.