A dogfight has erupted between a Manhattan animal rescue and an ex-employee who claims the group left vulnerable pups suffering.
Waldo’s Rescue Pen founder Emily Dyson has allegedly been fostering out seriously sick animals, and several have died on her watch, sources said.
In one case, four puppies died together of the highly-contagious but treatable canine parvovirus, said Michaela Mele, a former employee and board member.
“She said she was treating them in whatever way she could. They never saw a vet,” Mele insisted.
Dyson called the parvo deaths of the puppies “heart-wrenching” and said she had been communicating with a vet, noting “the dogs’ symptoms were not
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