01/03/2015 05:41 EST | Updated 03/05/2015 05:59 EST

Two Dogs Found Frozen Solid Brought To Prince Albert SPCA

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The Prince Albert SPCA is looking for information after a gruesome discovery outside the city on Saturday. 

A woman called the animal shelter after she found a garbage bag on Davis Road, with two feet sticking out of it. 

Upon further inspection, the woman discovered two dead dogs inside the bag. 

Ariane Gervais, an animal care attendant at the SPCA, said the woman who discovered the dogs was very shaken up, but they convinced her to bring the dead dogs in. 

"They were completely frozen, so we couldn't really check them out properly," Gervais told CBC News Saturday afternoon. "There was blood on them, obviously there was injuries, but we're not exactly sure what happened."

One dog, a female, is larger in size and mostly black with some white on her chest.

The other dog was male and brown and black in colour. He had a large bloody head wound. The shelter believe both dogs were young, possibly puppies, but because of their condition care workers were not able to check the dogs' teeth. 

"It's disgusting," Gervais said of the condition of the dogs. "You never get used to that kind of stuff, it's gross what people are capable of."

Gervais said the dogs were not micro chipped and there were no matches in the shelter's missing pet records, so the shelter is looking for the owners. They also hope anyone with any information on the incident will come forward. 

As for the pups, the SPCA plans to cremate them and spread their ashes in the spring. 

"[It will] give them a good, nice ending," Gervais said. 


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