The dog who was thrown from the roof top of a multi-storey building near Chennai has been rescued and is being treated at Tamil Nadu Veterinary University Hospital in Chennai.
After the video went viral, animal welfare activists, including Antony Clement Rubin and Jennifer Jacob, lodged a complaint with police which registered an FIR and launched a search for them.
Luckily the dog was located by animal rights activist Shravan Krishnan.
The dog had suffered some fracture on its two legs and has been given medical attention and its condition is improving.
An animal welfare activist carries the injured dog after being treated at Tamil Nadu Veterinary University Hospital in Chennai.
Police in Tamil Nadu have arrested two medical students, an inspector said after video of one flinging a stray dog from the balcony of a two-storey building went viral, sparking outrage.
A vet treats the injured dog at Tamil Nadu Veterinary University Hospital in Chennai.
The dog has a fracture in one of her legs because of the incident.
The dog being fed by the vets after being treated at the Veterinary University Hospital.
A boy plays with the injured dog after she has been treated at the hospital in Chennai.