SPCA of Brevard Helps Puppy ‘Benny’ Recover After Found Shot in the Face

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Benny will be taken to local foster home after he is cleared by a vet

ABOVE VIDEO: Dog recovering after being shot in face. (Fox 35 Video)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA (FOX 35) –  The SPCA of Brevard is caring for a dog that was found shot in the face in the Panhandle.

“He’ll never have to suffer another day in his life,” SPCA of Brevard Public Relations Director Susan Naylor said. “He has a really good future lined up for him.”

The SPCA rescued the dog, named Benny, last week.

His x-ray shows all of the pellets from the gunshot still lodged in his face.

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His x-ray shows all of the pellets from the gunshot still lodged in his face.  (SPCA of Brevard Image)


The SPCA rescued the dog, named Benny, last week. (SPCA of Brevard Image)

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