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Wakulla County, FL - A dog named Zeke was found shot on the side of the road in Wakulla County. Concerned citizens have contributed 600 dollars as a reward for anyone who comes forward with information about the dog's shooting.
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The Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office is offering a cash reward for information that leads to the arrest of the subject who shot Zeke the German shepherd mix who was found badly injured along Shadeville Highway in June, according to Sheriff Charlie Creel.
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A passing motorist called Wakulla County Animal Control on June 3 and reported the injured animal. Zeke was shot in both back legs and left to die.

A concerned citizen has contributed 0 that will be given to anyone who comes forward and provides the information that leads to the arrest of the dog shooter.

Wakulla Animal Control Officer Bonnie Brinson has been caring for the animal during his recovery period which has included emergency surgery. Since that time, Zeke has attended a Florida Cabinet meeting, met Attorney General Pam Bondi and has continued to gain weight. One of his back legs has begun to recover while the other was too damaged to repair. Amputation remains a possibility.

Zeke is an estimated six of seven months old and Wakulla Animal Control hopes to eventually adopt him out. He is scheduled for some orthopedic surgery with Dr. Norm Griggs at Shepherd Spring Animal Hospital in Crawfordville.

Anyone with information about the dog shooting is asked to contact the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office at 745-7100 and request a detective from the Criminal Investigations Division to investigate.

“He is getting better, but he was in bad shape,” said Wakulla Animal Control Director Ivanhoe Carroll. “He loves his toys.”

“I can’t believe someone would leave this animal along the side of the road to die,” said ACO Brinson.

“He loves to play with the other dogs. Surely there is someone out there who has the information the sheriff’s office needs to bring justice and the compassion to know that you have brought closure to this animal cruelty case.”


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.....item 2).... Zeke Grows Stronger, Reward Grows Larger To Find Answers In His Shooting ...

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Updated: Mon 11:52 PM, Jul 15, 2013

... Zeke Recovers, And Reward Grows To Find Answers 7-15-13 11pm
... Reward Offered For Information In Dog Shooting Case 7-9-13 11pm
... Injured Dog Expected To Make Full Recovery 6-17-13 11pm
... Puppy Shot, Left To Die On Local Highway 6-3-13 6pm

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By: Bailey Myers
July 15th, 2013

Wakulla County, FL - A dog named Zeke was found shot on the side of the road in Wakulla County. Concerned citizens have contributed 600 dollars as a reward for anyone who comes forward with information about the dog's shooting.

Zeke was found by a passing driver on the side of Shadeville Highway Wakulla County back in June. The German Shepherd mix puppy was shot in both of his hind legs. The Sheriff's Office is now pleading with the public for any information on whomever could have done this.

Wakulla County Sheriff's Office Spokesman, Keith Blackmar said, "Certainly like to arrest the individual who shot the animal its kind of a cruel thing to do. He was left out there, and it wasn't just a shooting incident, he was in pretty bad shape physically as well as the wounds."

Zeke has already undergone one surgery and another is set to happen soon. Veterinarians say one of his legs is improving, but the other one may have to be amputated. please contact the Wakulla County Sheriff's Office if you have any information.
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--- Press Release: Wakulla County Sheriff's Office

The Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office has increased the cash reward offered for information that leads to the arrest of the subject who shot Zeke the German shepherd mix who was found badly injured along Shadeville Highway in June, according to Sheriff Charlie Creel.

A passing motorist called Wakulla County Animal Control on June 3 and reported the injured animal. Zeke was shot in both back legs and left to die.

Two concerned citizens have contributed a total of 0 that will be given to anyone who comes forward and provides the information that leads to the arrest of the dog shooter.

Zeke continues his recovery under the watchful eye of Wakulla County Animal Control Officer Bonnie Brinson. His condition has improved although he may never have full use of both of his back legs.

Zeke is estimated to be approximately seven months old. He is scheduled for orthopedic surgery with Dr. Norm Griggs at Shepherd Spring Animal Hospital in Crawfordville.

Anyone with information about the dog shooting is asked to contact the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office at 745-7100 and request a detective from the Criminal Investigations Division.
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--- Press Release: Wakulla County Sheriff's Office

The Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office is offering a cash reward for information that leads to the arrest of the subject who shot Zeke the German shepherd mix who was found badly injured along Shadeville Highway in June, according to Sheriff Charlie Creel.

A passing motorist called Wakulla County Animal Control on June 3 and reported the injured animal. Zeke was shot in both back legs and left to die.

A concerned citizen has contributed 0 that will be given to anyone who comes forward and provides the information that leads to the arrest of the dog shooter.

Wakulla Animal Control Officer Bonnie Brinson has been caring for the animal during his recovery period which has included emergency surgery. Since that time, Zeke has attended a Florida Cabinet meeting, met Attorney General Pam Bondi and has continued to gain weight. One of his back legs has begun to recover while the other was too damaged to repair. Amputation remains a possibility.

Zeke is an estimated six of seven months old and Wakulla Animal Control hopes to eventually adopt him out. He is scheduled for some orthopedic surgery with Dr. Norm Griggs at Shepherd Spring Animal Hospital in Crawfordville.

Anyone with information about the dog shooting is asked to contact the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office at 745-7100 and request a detective from the Criminal Investigations Division to investigate.

“He is getting better, but he was in bad shape,” said Wakulla Animal Control Director Ivanhoe Carroll. “He loves his toys.”

“I can’t believe someone would leave this animal along the side of the road to die,” said ACO Brinson. “He loves to play with the other dogs. Surely there is someone out there who has the information the sheriff’s office needs to bring justice and the compassion to know that you have brought closure to this animal cruelty case.”
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By: Mike Springer
June 16, 2013

Crawfordville, FL-A dog shot in his hind legs and left for dead in one Florida town is expected to make a full recovery.

Wakulla County Animal Control found the shepherd mix they've named Zeke on a dirt road back in May, shot in his hind legs.

Since then, Zeke has had surgery on his injured right hind leg. Pins were also added to the leg. His left hind leg will undergo a similar surgery.

Officials say he's put on about five pounds since being at the hospital.

People from as far away as Michigan have been calling, asking to adopt Zeke.

"We get at least probably five or 10 calls a day checking on him. We get donations daily for him so it's wonderful," said Blair Tucker who works at the Crawfordville Animal Hospital where Zeke is being cared for.
No arrests have been made in the case. Anyone with any information is asked to call the Wakulla Sheriff's Office.

If you are interested in adopting Zeke or another just like him, use the link below:

facebook.com/cauzicancare
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By: Lanetra Bennett
June 3, 2013

Crawfordville, FL - Someone shot a puppy and left it to die on the side of the road in Crawfordville.

Both of the puppy's hind legs were shot. Deputies want to know who pulled the trigger.

Wakulla County Animal Control Officer Mark Carter says the puppy was trying to get away by walking away on his front legs when he found him on the side of the road last Thursday in Crawfordville.

Carter says it was obvious the four-month old shephard mix was injured. But, when he took the dog to the Crawfordville Animal Hospital, they discovered it had been shot in both of his back legs.

Carter says, "I felt, you automatically feel bad for the animal. Then it's a little bit of anger; what caused him to get in this situation and how could somebody put him in the situation."

Folks at the hospital named the pup, "Zeke."

They say he's come a long way over the past few days.

Blair Tucker, a veterinarian technician at the Crawfordville Animal Hospital, says, "He was covered in fleas and ticks and real emaciated. We've had to do a lot of wound care from the wounds from the bullet. We've done a lot of prevention with infection. We've done x-rays and blood work. One of the bones in the back left leg is completely shattered."

Animal Control officers say they believe Zeke was in his condition on the side of the road for several days because of the fact that he was already used to walking on his hind legs.

The hospital says Zeke has gained three pounds, the fleas and ticks are all gone, and his hair is growing back.

Tucker says, "That's the best part of it. I hate to see any dog come in wounded like that. But, to see him get better and to progress is really pleasing. That's why I love my job. He's a sweet boy. He's already spoiled."

Authorities are trying to find out who shot him. But, for now: "He's in good hands now." Says, Tucker.

Authorities say they have found the owner of the dog, but, no charges have been filed against anyone at this time.

We're told the owner says the dog's name is originally Bruno.

Carter says it was a citizen who called animal control about the injured dog. He says he and another officer went out to check, and that's when they found the puppy on the side of the road in the grass.

Carter says no one around claimed to know anything about what happened.

Administrators at the hospital say the pup will need surgery. They say they hope to be able to save the leg that is shattered.

If you'd like to help, call the Crawfordville Animal Hospital at 850-926-2089.

Cauzican Care Animal Rescue is helping to care for Zeke. If you'd like to make a donation, call the Crawfordville Animal Hospital at 850-926-2089.
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By: Lanetra Bennett
June 3, 2013

Crawfordville, FL - "Zeke", a puppy German Shepherd, was found by Wakulla County Animal Control last Thursday with gunshots in both of his hind legs.

Officers believe Zeke was shot and abandoned days before Thursday though, as he was found already used to walking on his front legs.

Since then, he has gained three pounds, and has been completely rid of fleas and ticks. He is also getting plenty of love, attention and care from the staff at the Animal Hospital

He will need surgery on his back legs where he was shot but techs at the animal hospital say his wounds have to heal a little more first, therefore, a surgery date has not been set.

Authorities say they don't know who did this or why it happened.

As of right now, there have been no charges filed and no arrests made, but the suspect may be looking at multiple charges.

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Gretchen Washington • a month ago −
Only a redneck gun totin repubican from Wakulla county would be stupid enough to do this, what evil?
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Barry Gretchen Washington • a month ago −
Gretchen you are an idiot and you just showed the entire Big Bend your immense ignorance! I din't know if I should be angry at you or feel sorry for you. This is about a helpless puppy who has been the target of unspeakable cruelty and I know plenty of animal loving liberals and republicans who are horrified that this happened to such a beautiful, innocent creature. Focus Gretchen on Zeke and finding out who committed such a terrible act and not on those who fundamentally disagree with you on political issues!!
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Jason Lay Gretchen Washington • a month ago −
Hey I now live in Wakulla county, I am an Aerospace Engineer, former Republican now Libertarian gun toter, and if I witnessed someone doing to any animal what they did to this puppy I would most likely be sitting in the Wakulla county jail for what I would do to them!
BTW, being country & talking with an accent doesn't mean a person is stupid, I have met & worked with plenty of Yankees & Europeans that sound brilliant but are dumber than a box of rocks!
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Geoff_Peterson Jason Lay • a month ago −
As Jason writes, we ain't all "that way" here in Wakulla County. I am a professional scientist, a former Republican, former Libertarian and present-day gun toter. But this county, like just about every county in this great country, has its share of scumbag idiots. The good people rarely make the news, but the idiots always do! However ... I work with many people from all over the world - and most of them speak and write better English (their second, or third, or fourth language) than a large percentage of the "natives" ... BUT - some of the dumbest people I've met have "Ph.D." after their names. One size does not fit all ...
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