Georgia man charged after dog tests positive for meth

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JEFFERSON, Ga. — A 47-year-old Georgia man has been charged after authorities say his dog tested positive for methamphetamine, WYFF reported.

Marty Rogers faces several charges, including cruelty to animals.

When Rogers took his small terrier-mix to a veterinary clinic, veterinarians discovered meth in the dog’s system. The dog was extremely nervous, panting and pacing.

When officers went to serve an arrest warrant, they found meth in  his home.

WFYY reported the dog was taken away by animal control officers.

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