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Texas woman asks social media to help kill her dog

An East Texas woman took to Facebook to find someone willing to shoot and kill her dog, according to KYTX.

The unnamed woman posted to her account, “I need someone to come shoot my dog. No one here has the heart to do it. We will provide the gun.”

When asked by CBS19 why she wanted to kill the dog, the woman said that she could no longer take care of the dog and that it was constantly getting into the garbage.  The 3-year-old Saint Bernard and English bulldog mix named Cinnamon has since been picked up by Nicholas Pet Haven and was given to a foster family. 

The woman will not be facing charges since she willingly handed the dog over to animal control.

Contact Ron Paul Gavino at rgavino@reviewjournal.com. Find him on Twitter: @rp_gavino

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