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Update August 9th: Horry County has started an investigation into what may have happened to Cliff Clark's dog.
Horry County spokeswoman Lisa Bourcier also mentions that citizens should call 843-248-1300 to report free roaming pets. Lorena Anderson of The Sun News has more details in her write-up. Read it here.
First Report: The Sun News and other local media outlets are reporting that residents in one neighborhood think their animals have shown signs of antifreeze poisoning.
Cliff Clark says he's lost three animals in the past two years, the latest a 10-month-old black lab named Peter Joseph on Sunday. Neighbors fear Clark's pup isn’t the only pet in Dunn Acres that had been poisoned. Several neighbors’ cats and dogs in the past two to three years have exhibited signs of antifreeze poisoning, and some of the autopsies done have confirmed their suspicions.
Head on over to The Sun News for the complete interview with Clark, or hop on over to WMBF to watch their broadcast see what Clark's anger drove him to do (*Warning* some photos and video may be graphic)