The Pet Tree House - Where Pets Are Family Too : The Owners, of Zekiah Farms in Waldorf, Maryland Are Offering a $1,500 Reward for Information Leading to the Arrest/Conviction of the Person(s) Responsible for The Shooting of Their Two Dogs The Pet Tree House - Where Pets Are Family Too : The Owners, of Zekiah Farms in Waldorf, Maryland Are Offering a $1,500 Reward for Information Leading to the Arrest/Conviction of the Person(s) Responsible for The Shooting of Their Two Dogs

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

The Owners, of Zekiah Farms in Waldorf, Maryland Are Offering a $1,500 Reward for Information Leading to the Arrest/Conviction of the Person(s) Responsible for The Shooting of Their Two Dogs


The search is on for who shot and killed two dogs on a farm in southern Maryland.

The mother and son dogs, named Benelli and Bear, were found Monday.

The owners, who operate Zekiah Farms in Waldorf, said in a Facebook post the dogs had been missing since Friday when they went missing on a walk.

They had searched around and called local animal shelters before making the heartbreaking discovery in the area of Bryantown Road and Booth Place.

On their facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/zekiahfarmsllc, the owners are offering a $1,500 reward for information leading to the arrest/conviction of the person(s) responsible for this horrific act.

Sharing from their facebook page:
It is with great sadness and I can't articulate our grief and violation. We found Benelli and Bear today and it wasn't good news. They were shot and killed. Benelli was found in the field with the cattle. I used Remi to find Bear about 150 yards away in the woods. It is obvious the shooter knew how to shoot and was proficient with a gun. Both were shot between the neck and left shoulder and mortally wounded. They would not have been able to travel with extensive fatal injuries from the place of the shooting.

I can't tell you how my heart broke while watching my sons bury their beloved dogs.

If anyone has information, please contact myself or the police. The dogs were on the farm in the area of Bryantown Rd and Booth Place.

These were friendly and loving dogs. They play with school children and customer who come visit the farm. They are always around animals and would not hurt any. This was a mean, hateful, and senseless crime. Please help us find who would do this to loving animals.

I'd like to thank everyone who tried to help locate our dogs. Animal lovers are a great and supportive community.

If you have any information, please call: (240) 216-4065

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