This is truly disgusting.
A dead dog dumped outside a local primary school with no thought or regard for who might see it.
It is not known what happened to the poor dog or how it got there.
But a horrified local, who made the shocking discovery outside St Anthony’s Primary Schoool in Craigavon, expressed her anger via Facebook.
It had been wrapped in a child’s blanket which had blown to one side uncovering the poor dog.
The woman appealed for help in finding the owners of the dog, which she believed to be a Pomeranian type.
She posted this picture of the pet in the Facebook public group “Lost pets / missing pets lurgan/craigavon/Portadown.”
She wrote: “Anyone lost a we ginger type dog poor thing has been wrapped in a one direction blanket and dumped out side st Anthony’s school!!!!! Poor we pet!!!!”
The post has been met with a wave of revulsion and anger, with locals finding the discovery hard to take in and others calling for the discovery – so close to a school – to be investigated.
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