GRAPHIC: Dead Dogs Stuffed In Bags Are Dumped in Rural Area, Community Demands Answers

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Dogs stuffed in bags are being dumped in a rural area of Brownsville.

After a social media post brought an outcry for answers, News Center 23’s Derick Garcia went out to investigate.

Photos of dead dogs being stuffed in black garbage bags have Brownsville animal lovers fired up.

The dogs are being dumped in a rural area of Brownsville near Monsees Rd, Southmost Rd and Paloma Blanco drive.

The community wanted answers and KVEO News Center 23 went out to investigate.

Within minutes of tracking, the smell of a dead lead KVEO to an animal.

The dog was nearly unidentifiable as maggots and flies had eaten away the head and body.

This animal is wrapped in a clear plastic bag beside another black bag of trash.

However, the dead animal photos posted online are identifiable.

One resembling an American bulldog, the other a German Shepard mix.

The Cameron County Sheriff’s Department does have a complaint on file and is investigating.

Cameron County Animal Control is investigating as well but need leads from the community.

To contact Animal Control please call (956) 247-3599.

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