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Officials Still Looking for Info On Injured Dog, Reward at $1,200


LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - Officials are continuing their search for information regarding a badly injured dog, abandoned at a Lansing park.

The dog was named Serenity by Ingham County Animal Control officials after she was found. They believe she's a female Pomeranian around 6-7 years-old and is spayed.

Serenity was found on Saturday, February 9 at a park near Kalamazoo and Clifford. She had a large cut across the front of her neck.

She is now in a foster home recovering.

The reward for any information leading to an arrest remains at $1,200. Any tips can be reported to 517-676-8376.

You can see an updated video of her progress on the Ingham County Animal Control Facebook.

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