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RSPCA officials are continuing the search for the owners of a dog rescued after it was found hog-tied in a park in Norwich.
The Boxer-cross, which has been called Spencer, was found in Sloughbottom Park on Sunday morning with his legs tied together.
He was tied to a post, unable to stand or move.
Click below to see Spencer recovering and hear RSPCA Inspector Laura Sayer talking about him.
Police in Norwich are investigating an attack on a dog in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Just before 6am someone found a brown and white boxer cross dog abandoned in Sloughbottom Park with his legs all tied together and his collar bound up with string and household electrical cable.
He had then been tied to a post with cabling around his neck, leaving him unable to stand up or move.
Officers looked after the dog at the scene and together with vets managed to free him for treatment.
The dog is thought to be about 4 years old and while he was in pain from being tied up he is relatively healthy. He's not got an identity tag or micro chip.
Staff at the RSPCA who are currently caring for him have nicknamed him ‘Spencer’
And you can now see a video of Spencer here