RIP Buddy: Who the Hell Stabs a Dog Five Times?

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The Galveston County Daily News is reporting that a West End woman's mixed-breed Lab was found stabbed to death earlier this week.

Buddy was in a ditch, stabbed five times.

[Lt. Joel] Caldwell, commander of the Galveston Police Department's Animal Services Unit, has taught courses on animal cruelty statewide. He hasn't seen many dog stabbing cases.

"It's pretty rare," Caldwell said. "I've seen them shot, burned, but it's pretty weird to find one stabbed."

Click on the link above for a picture of a dog who doesn't look the least bit stabbable.

Authorities say an investigation is ongoing.

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