She thinks dog is covered in bug bites, then realizes those are bullet hole
She thinks dog is covered in bug bites, then realizes those are bullet holes. When she took a closer look, though, she was horrified by what she saw. Instead of raised bumps, Hayden realized those were actually holes covering her beloved dog’s body.
“I was in shock, I didn’t even know what to think,” the Seymour, Indiana, woman said.
Hayden rushed Jackson to the vet where they shaved his hair back and discovered holes across his entire body. He had been shot by more than 60 pellets and BBs. Vets removed 20 pellets and seven BBs, although another 20 pellets are still lodged in Jackson’s body and they believe 20 more hit him and bounced off.
Police checked the homes of Hayden’s neighbors and discovered a BB gun and pellets, along with drug paraphernalia, in the home of Tim Woodard.
Woodard was arrested for drug charges and police are waiting for laboratory tests to match the gun and pellets to Jackson’s injuries. If they are a match, police will bring an animal cruelty charge against Woodard as well.