Police: Dog appeared to have been strangledMay 02,2014Police: Dog
HARTFORD — Police are investigating the death of a dog found along the White River in the Vermont town of Hartford.
Hartford police said Wednesday that it appears that the Labrador retriever-pit bull mix was purposefully strangled. Authorities also say the dog had trauma to the back of its neck.
The neutered 2-year-old tan dog was found down an embankment off of Old River Road.
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