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Injured Rodeo Steer Dropped, then Abandoned by PRCA

At the PRCA National Finals Steer Busting finals in November 2019 a steer was injured during this brutal steer busting competition. He was taken out the back of the building, to be dumped in a trailer, without care. Although four people were moving him, the thugs were so incompetent, the steer was dropped as he was lifted by forklift. The already suffering animal was dumped headfirst onto the pavement.

 

 

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Kansas Veterinarian Caught Lying About Injured Rodeo Steer

SHARK investigators filmed the mishandling of an injured steer at the 2019 PRCA National Steer Roping Finals. The steer was dropped from a pallet due to carelessness, and fell headfirst to the pavement. The steer was then left, untreated, in a dark trailer, as was another injured steer. Dr. Brian Hode, was the official onsite veterinarian. A SHARK investigator called Dr. Hodes about the incident. Dr. Hodes, who was unaware that there was video documentation, repeated denied the incident. His statements were recorded, and are part of this video.

 

 

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SHARK's Drone Films Injured and Starving Animals on Indiana Property

 

 
 
September 25, 2019

DEAR FRIENDS,

On Monday, September 23rd, SHARK was in Indiana filming a literal dump where a number of sickly and injured animals are being kept.  

Watch the video HERE

 

An overview of the property we filmed, followed by a close-up of a dog who appears to be severely malnourished 

SHARK received a tip about this property, and though we have been grounded due to lack of funds, we knew we had to get to Indiana and do what we could for the sickly and seemingly starving animals on that property.

  A local resident sent us the tip about this nightmarish place. He also sent us this picture of an injured horse. Once we saw what was going on, we knew we had to take action


We will have more on this issue soon and what you can do to help these animals. In the meantime, please understand that SHARK is in dire need of funds so we can continue to do the desperately needed work of exposing animal cruelty such as this.

When SHARK got the call for these animals, we answered. That’s what makes SHARK different, and it’s why we need your help. Please consider making a generous donation to SHARK today

 

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