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WARNING: The video is graphic and may be upsetting.By: Ashlei KingSAN ANTONIO - A west side family said their dog has not been acting himself after they said he was attacked with acid."He doesn't sleep. He doesn't eat anymore. He's not as playful as he used to be,” Martha Hernandez said.While Hernandez’s family was sleeping inside their home on General McMullen near Highway 90, Hernandez said someone poured acid on their chow/lab mix. She said Animal Care Services has a theory on how it happened."They only said that they probably lured him to the gate, gave him a treat or something and they poured acid because that's an acid wound,” Hernandez explained.Their dog, Pokey, is now left with gaping wounds on his body."It's emotional that somebody would do this to a dog and he's a friendly dog," Hernandez said.The family has had Pokey since he was a puppy. He is now five years old and to them he is much more than just a dog."He's my first child. I love him so much,” Steven Tovia, 14, said. "Who could do this to an animal?"The Hernandez family has no clue who did this to their loving pet or why they would do something so dangerous."Whoever did this, you must not have a heart at all. This is horrible. This is evil," Hernandez said.Pokey is now on antibiotics, but since he is an adventurous dog it has been a struggle to keep the ointment on him."It's kind of hard to put on the medicine because he will start scratching it," Hernandez said.The family is looking for ways to raise money, so they can give Pokey the additional medical treatment he needs.If you’d like to donate, contact Hernandez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SAN ANTONIO -- Our sister station CW 35 has a familiar face as its new brand ambassador. Alanna Sarabia is stepping up as the "CW 35 Insider", and will be seen at events, on air promotions and on social media. Alanna is a familiar face to San Antonio TV viewers, serving as a correspondent for Daytime at 9 on FOX San Antonio and San Antonio Living on News 4 San Antonio. She also fills in as a host for both shows, and livens up the set with her enthusiasm and contagious smile. "I am thrilled for the huge opportunity to be the face of CW San Antonio and spread the word about the CW Crew," said Alanna. "I love being out in the community, and live for all things entertainment, so this is the perfect fit. " Alanna is a graduate of Texas State University, and holds a degree in Electronic Media and Communications. She began her television career right here in San Antonio, when she interned at News 4 San Antonio. Her hard work and creativity soon landed her a job as a freelance reporter. Alanna also took on a special assignment as the "Fiesta Insider" during Fiesta 2011. Alanna was crowned Miss San Antonio in 2009, and is a former NBA Spurs Silver Dancer. She also held the title La Reina de La Feria de las Flores 2012 for Fiesta San Antonio and raised $25,000 to give to the Parent/Child Scholarship. As the CW Insider, Alanna will be seen at festivals, expos and other events all around town. She will also be recruiting members of the CW Crew, a group of loyal viewers who will receive inside information about the CW programming, as well as exclusive discounts and special offers at businesses around the city. "The CW 35 is enjoying growth that is unparalleled in San Antonio television history," said Dean Radla, General Manager of CW 35 and Fox San Antonio. "The network features the newest, brightest stars in Hollywood and I feel that Alanna fits that description here in San Antonio. I am very excited to introduce her in this role as well as offer membership in the new CW Crew which will offer behind the scenes information on the CW, great prizes and savings for members."For more information about CW35, visit our website at CW35.tv and like the station on Facebook at facebook.com/cwsanantonio.
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