a family in Pennsylvania, United States, mourns the loss of his dog’s life when a hunter mistook it for a coyote and shot it. the owner of the dog was walking his mixed malamute When a deer hunter accidentally shot a dog.
The story has been picked up by various media in the United States, particularly after it was revealed that the hunter would not face charges.
according to counting tmzChris Heller was walking his two dogs in the woods near their home on Jan. 7 when his dog Hunter, an 8-year-old malamute mix, was shot by a deer hunter, his wife said. jennifer heller, The other dog was a German Shepherd named Freya.
The dog, who was described by its owners as loving the children and other pets in the household, was taken to an emergency veterinary center, but was already dead on arrival.
“Hunter was an incredibly sweet and intelligent dog, affectionate with the Hellers’ young grandchildren, an instant best friend to the other animals in the household and a loving companion who would do anything for a good piece of cheese,” wrote Jennifer Heller. His Facebook account which has now received many messages of support.
The family also indicated that they had warned a group of hunters in the area that they would be in the woods.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission clarified that the hunter would not receive any penalties. The families of those affected requested the suspension of the hunting license of the person responsible and a public apology for their mistake.
The family wrote, “One of the most important rules of hunting is knowing what to shoot, and when this man did shoot, he took the life of a wonderful pet who had too much to share.” There was more life and love.”