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Dog shot by arrow still alive, Sault Ste. Marie OPP investigating

An online fundraising campaign has been started to cover the medical bills of a dog shot by an arrow in Havilland Bay, Ont., Monday morning.

Havilland Bay, Ont., dog 'Remington' taken to US for treatment

This arrow was surgically removed from the dog's body at a veterinary clinic in the US. OPP are still investigating the attack. (Tina Fascina/Facebook)
According to the GoFundMe page started to help cover the dog's medical bills, "While out for a morning run, Remington (a well loved Germain [sic] Shorthair Pointer) was shot by an arrow in a dispicable [sic] act of violence minutes from his home. " (Tina Fascina/Facebook)

An online fundraising campaign has been started to cover the medical bills of a dog shot by an arrow in Havilland Bay, Ont., on Monday morning. 

Ontario Provincial Police in nearby Sault Ste. Marie are still investigating the attack.

According to the GoFundMe page started for "Remington", the German Shorthaired Pointer "was out for a run" when he returned home with an arrow in his side.

According to the owner's Facebook page, the dog was taken for surgery in Lansing, MI, and is recovering.

There's no further word from police at this time.

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