Security man smashes puppy against wall; Injured pup given drip
Thenjippalam: A two-month-old puppy which was smashed against a wall holding its legs by a security guard of the Calicut university is under treatment. The inhuman act happened at the Calicut university campus on Friday noon and was done by a security who was on duty at the house of pro-vice-chancellor.
The injured dog was taken to the veterinary hospital in Kozhikode in the evening by the drivers and security officer of the university. In the examination, it was found that the bones were not broken but the veins sustained damage preventing the dog from eating and walking.
After giving first aid care and treatment, the dog was sent to Human Society International (HSI) camp at Chungathara, an NGO which looks after stray dogs and animals. Now the canine is under treatment of vets at the ABC camp and volunteers who work for the sterilization of stray dogs.
Being benumb, the body of the puppy is inclined to one side and is unable to consume any food. HSI workers are now trying to save the life by giving drip and care, said Sali Verma.
The incident was informed to the district police superintendent and a complaint has been filed at university registrar’s office.
It is learnt that strict action will be taken against the security guard.