NM animal welfare worker left dog in city van

October 11, 2012 • State News

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — An Albuquerque Animal Welfare worker is under investigation for leaving a dog in a city van for two days.

KRQE-TV reports ( that Kennel [auth] Supervisor Mary Soto says the animal was left on the transport vehicle after surgery then was later found by a volunteer.

Soto says it appears the worker was not paying attention and may have just forgotten about the dog.

She says the dog was dehydrated but is OK.

The department does not believe the employee left the dog in the transport van on purpose but the employee could still face discipline.

The employees name has not been released.

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