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They're also concerned with what they say is a delay in picking up the bodies.
After Willis called, Fulton County Animal Services came to pick up the dog. At this point, they say they're not sure why this dog died, but they will investigate.
"If this is a common occurrence, we have to get with the police and find out what's going on," said Paul Ebbs, Fulton County animal cruelty investigator.
Fulton County's animal cruelty investigator responded less than an hour after WSB-TV called the county, asking why someone would dump an animal in such a manner.
"I know what' you're getting at. If there was dogfighting involved, there would be dumps perhaps, but I don't know that that's what's going on here," Ebbs said.
"I don't think we need any new laws. I just think we need to enforce the law that we have," Hodges said.