Beagle dogs found coated in blood after being thrown out of car window onto road

Two dogs were thrown from the window of a moving car on a New York highway (Image: Facebook)

A pair of beagle dogs were found severely injured and covered in blood, after they were thrown out the window of a moving car on a busy New York road.

The two dogs were rescued by a lorry driver on December 12, after he saw them being thrown from a vehicle in Binghamtom, New York.

Police stopped to assist the driver after spotting him carrying one of the dogs – who was badly injured – with a second following in tow.

Now named Trooper and Adam, an officer applied bandages to the injured job to stem the bleeding, while other officers attended to the second dog and kept him warm.

The dogs were found covered in blood (Image: Facebook)

A lorry driver immediately pulled over to help to afflicted beagles (Image: Facebook)

Trooper, the more severely injured pooch, has had to have his leg amputated as a result of his injuries.

The truck driver offered a detailed account to authorities of the chain of events, after he saw the dogs be thrown from the rear passenger window of a ‘very dirty’ car on the Interstate 81 in Whitney Point.

He then pulled over immediately to attend to them.

One of the dogs, now named Trooper, had to have is leg amputated (Image: Facebook)

Officers are appealing for any witness to the incident to come forward (Image: Facebook)

Now in the care of the Broome County Humane Society, both dogs are said to be recovering well.

The also insisted Trooper would be fine on three legs, once he has fully recovered from his surgery.

Adam and Trooper are said to be recovering well from the ordeal (Image: Facebook)

Amberly Ondria, shelter manager for the Broome County Humane Society said: “These animals have been through a lot, and people need to understand that this is not OK.

“This is not something that should be done.”

Troopers said they believe the vehicle in question to be a Dodge Durango that was traveling south on I-81 between the Marathon and Whitney Point exit at approximately 9.30am on Wednesday.

Anyone with information is asked to call New York State Police: 607-749-1614.

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