Cruelty Charges For Duct-Taped Dog

Duct-Taped Dog Rescued; Investigators Ask For Public’s Help

Cruelty Charges For Duct-Taped Dog

Cruelty Charges For Duct-Taped Dog

A Pit bull who was found with duct tape around her snout and legs by Pennsylvania State Police, is now safe and sound. According to Facebook reports, the Dog was also bound to a tree and once freed from her binds and the tree, the Rescued Dog Smothered the Officers with kisses, her tail wagging eagerly.

The distressed dog was taken into protective custody by Dog Warden Jim Rickert and Humane Officer Marlene Metzger in Pike County, Pennsylvania.

State police, the state dog warden and the PA Humane Society are all gathering evidence for the case. They are hoping witnesses will step forward to help with the investigation.

The Dog was found in an out-building at her owner’s Greene Township property on Friday March 1st and was taken to a veterinarian. The dog is now safe and sound and being doted on at a shelter.

A Greentown man is currently under investigation for alleged animal abuse and charges may be laid in the next few days.

Anyone with information should contact PA Humane Society Police Officer Marlene Metzger at the Dessin Animal Shelter, at (570) 647-0239.

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Update: March 5, 2013

Charges have been filed against a man suspected of abusing the dog found duct taped in Pike County. Russell Seese of Greentown was charged Tuesday with two counts of Animal Cruelty.

Witnesses are still encouraged to come forward.

Source: Dog Heirs

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Humane Program Working With Juvenile Detention Centre To Stop Animal Cruelty

Humane Program Working With Juvenile Detention Centre To Stop Animal Cruelty

Humane Program Working With Juvenile Detention Centre To Stop Animal Cruelty

The Humane Society of Huron Valley is reaching out to at-risk youth to educate them about the proper care of animals and hopefully stop the cycle of Animal Cruelty.

The Humane Society was able to start the program in October thanks to a $44,000 grant from the James A. and Faith Knight Foundation.

The Humane Society of Huron Valley investigates approximately 500 reports of Animal Cruelty each year.

“It is well documented that early Abusers of Animals often go on to engage in Violence and other Antisocial acts,” said Karen Patterson, director of Humane Education.

The Humane Society is hoping to help break the cycle of animal abuse by reaching out to at-risk youth.

Every Sunday Karen Patterson and Alex Ball go to the Washtenaw County Juvenile Detention Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan. They teach the kids there how to Care for Pets and give them an opportunity to interact with one of the Shelter Dogs.

The Program covers topics on Pet Safety, Animal Communication, Caring for Pets at Home, showing Respect and Compassion for Animals and Dog Cruelty.

The Humane Society hopes the program will benefit the troubled youth. “Our goals are to educate, and we want to rehabilitate too,” said Ball.

“We want to show we have Animals here that are always Compassionate. They Don’t Judge, They Don’t see Jumpsuits, and they Want to be loved.”

The kids at the centre love the program. “It’s a nice treat for them,” said Youth Counselor Kevin Lockhart.

The kids have been learning a lot from the program and have enjoyed having the Dogs around.

“It just gives you that warm, cuddly, comforting feeling that you can’t get from a human,” said 14-year-old Unique. “Dogs just have it, they just have that demeanor about them. It helps.”

Source: Life With Dogs

Doberman Cruelty Charges

16 Dobermans, 3 Found Dead, 13 Rescued

13 Dobermans Dogs are now in the care of the Broome County Humane Society after being rescued from terrible conditions.

The Dobermans were found trapped in crates and covered in feces and urine at 200 Shaw Road in the Town of Conklin. The Humane Society and State Police say that is the home of 61 year-old Christine Macan. Animal Cruelty Investigator Tarah Tripp says there was no visible food or water when she went inside. And, she found the remains of three other dogs that had been dead for a while. Macan has been charged with aggravated animal cruelty, which is a felony.

Tarah Tripp says, “The home was unsanitary and uninhabitable for humans and animals. All the dogs were kept in crates and extremely emaciated and had open wounds and were in need of vet care.  The smell inside the home was just overwhelming power smell of feces. The animals and dogs were covered in feces and urine burns.”

In another room, remains of other animals were found. They had been dead so long, the Humane Society couldn’t identify what they were. And, in one of the house’s windows, you can see maggots stacked up on the inside. Several hamsters and a rabbit were also rescued. It will take at least several months to nurse the dogs back to health. When healthy enough, they will be up for adoption.

The Humane Society was already at capacity before it took the Dobermans, so right now they are being housed outside. The organization is asking for the community’s help. The Humane Society says it needs monetary donations and pedigree dog food. If you’d like to help out or adopt, you can stop by its location at 2 Jackson Street in Binghamton. Or log onto The Humane Society

Source: Dog Cruelty Charges

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Make no mistake this is a Barbaric process carried out by Brutal Chinese workers, that Beat the Dogs with Iron Bars, Kick Stomp, Slam them against concrete walls/floors to stop them struggling. 

Then the Fur is Slowly Torn from their bodies in the most agonising and sickening way. They are then thrown to one side where they suffer the most horrendous deaths, that can last up to 3 hours.

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