Stockton Police: No Signs of Sexual Abuse on Rescued Dogs

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STOCKTON — Police say there was no sign of sexual abuse on dogs recently rescued in Stockton.

Monday, the Stockton-based animal rescue group Second Chance Kitty said three dogs were “rented out” for sex.

The dogs were treated for their injuries at the Venetian Pet Hospital, who also said the dogs had suffered sexual abuse.

Friday, Stockton Police Officer Joe Silva said the dogs were examined by vets who specialize in finding signs of sexual abuse in animals. Preliminary results from those examinations showed no signs of that type of abuse.

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