A close friend of mine in Marshall lost both of her dogs on her 30th birthday. Twenty-four hours before [the dogs died], she noticed they were very sick. My friend lives in Marshall; her dogs roam free when she is home.
The day her dogs went missing, she knew they were not well and went to find them. She found her Malamute/Wolf dog, Magic, dying in a stream. She quickly got a tarp and, with the help of some neighbors, pulled her dog out to bring him to the hospital. Magic came up positive for antifreeze. She could only believe her other missing dog was going through the same tragic death. The next day they found her second dog, Riley.
To make a long story short: Hunters come into an area, in which they do not live, and plant corn to attract deer. They also plant food injected with antifreeze to kill other animals that would interfere with their hunting.
It is horrific that hunters are so callous as to murder members of people’s families to enjoy killing defenseless animals.
— Melissa Terrezza and Sean Pace