Pit Bull shot with arrows home after surgery

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BLANCHARD, Okla. - The dog who was shot three times with arrows Monday in Blanchard is coming home Wednesday.

"Spaz" the Pit Bull amazingly survived the brutal attack and now McClain County Sheriff's deputies are going house-to-house in the area looking for anyone who knows anything about the person who shot Spaz.

“I don’t think it was an accident." Deputy Shelia Phipps said. "I mean, for four arrows to go into the animal, I don’t think it could have been an accident.”

When asked what she would say to the person responsible, owner Erin Dodson said "Nothing nice."

McClain County Sheriff's deputies said they would like to speak with anyone who might have information in this case.

If you want to help the family with their medical bills, call Erin Dodson at (405) 246-5053 or Click here. 

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