Published Monday, 27 August 2012
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Cody was doused in flammable liquid before being burned alive in the Maghaberry Road area.
Natalie Agnew said her young son alerted her to two youths walking down their lane at around 9am on Sunday, but when she went to investigate she could not see anyone and the dog did not respond.
"It was about an hour and a half later Cody appeared. We saw her running past the window all burned and bleeding.
"I didn't think it was her. I thought it was some strange animal. She was unrecognisable," explained Mrs Agnew.]
"She had very little fur left and big patches of raw flesh, it was not until I opened the door and smelt the burning that I realised it was her."
I’m sure she will not be the same again. She was so trusting of people and so friendly.
The Agnews took Cody to the vet, who was initially unsure if she would survive the burns. But the collie is now walking about, albeit on strong pain relief, and the full extent of her injuries is not yet clear.
Ireland international Stephen Ferris, who grew up nearby, described those who carried out the attack as "cruel" and asked his Twitter followers to contact him if they have any information.
People have also expressed their support for Cody and the family on Facebook and Martin Agnew said they appreciate the response of people who are equally horrified at the attack.
"Everybody's been looking out and keeping their ear to the ground. It's not going to help our dog but it will maybe help somebody else's.
"If somebody can do that to a dog what can they do to anything?" he asked.
Police investigating the attack have appealed for anyone who may have seen the incident to get in touch.