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10K reward for info on person(s) who tortured and dumped a puppy in West Omaha

Posted at 8:08 PM, Apr 19, 2024
and last updated 2024-04-19 21:08:40-04
  • Omaha neighbors, the Nebraska Humane Society and PETA have raised a $10,000 reward for information regarding the person who tortured a Papillion puppy
  • The missing dog was found alive, but bound by duct-tape over his face and legs, in a West Omaha dumpster
  • Watch to learn more about the reward


Omaha neighbors have come together and demanded the arrest of a person(s) who bound a puppy in duct tape and left it for dead in the dumpster of a West Omaha business.

The Nebraska Humane Society told 3 News Now they are working alongside the Douglas County Sheriff’s department to arrest and convict those responsible.

NHS and animal activism group PETA are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction of animal cruelty.

NHS was able to raise their $5,000 reward fromcommunity donations.

The dog named Leo was found in the dumpster of Sweet and Associates on Monday April 15. He was reunited with his owner, Erin Pasillas.