Captain David Walesky of the Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control told the Post on Thursday that the extent of the injuries was a dislocated leg and a large amount of swelling, but that in time the dog will fully recover.
PBSO Deputy protects dog that was thrown from the Blue Heron Bridge by a female who witnesses say heard her say that "dogs could fly". pic.twitter.com/fzikamFvw2— PBSO (@PBCountySheriff) January 19, 2017
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