Teenage thug jailed for 17 weeks after torturing two husky dogs is told by judge: ‘I wouldn’t trust you with a goldfish’

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  • William Legget, 19, tied a dog up before punching, stamping and kicking it
  • Then turned on his puppy, which he beat before threatening her with knife
  • Puppy named Nala suffered a broken hip, jaw, cheek and a fractured skull
  • Legget said the dogs had been ‘naughty’ and he didn’t know when to stop

Judge jailed Leggett and told him he is ‘not a decent human being’

The huskies abused by Legget – Nala  suffered a broken hip and Balue (below) was also beaten

William Legget, 19, of Bedminster, Bristol, tied adult dog Balue to a bannister and punched, stamped and kicked her before turning on his puppy Nala, who he beat and threatened with a knife.

The older dog  (above) escaped serious injury but Nala suffered a broken hip, jaw, cheek and a fractured skull.

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District Judge Lynne Matthews jailed Legget for 17 weeks after telling him he was ‘not a decent human being’. She said she was ‘staggered’ by his cruelty and imposed a life ban on him keeping any animals, adding she ‘would not trust him with a goldfish’.

She also said the case should be reported to social services after hearing that Legget had a young child. Bristol Magistrates’ Court heard the beatings took place at Legget’s former home in Gravesend, Kent, in February last year.

Legget appears to have grabbed one of the dogs by the head or neck in this CCTV still

When he was arrested Legget told police the dogs had been ‘naughty’ and said his only fault was not knowing when to ‘stop telling them off.’ Judge Matthews said: ‘With the puppy it wasn’t a slight fracture but the bone has broken away. ‘The veterinary surgeon said that break was a result of extreme force. You applied that extreme force.’

An X-ray image of the broken hip bone suffered by husky puppy Nala after a brutal beating from Legget 

Legget admitted three counts of causing unnecessary suffering to a protected animal and two counts of failing to protect it from pain, suffering and injury.

John Stokes, defending, said his client had both emotional and behavioural problems but had a partner and a young child to look after.

The huskies abused by Legget – Nala (pictured left) suffered a broken hip and Balue (right) was also beaten

Legget was jailed for 17 weeks. Both dogs have now been re-homed.

News Link: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2922185/Teenage-thug-jailed-17-weeks-torturing-two-husky-dogs.html

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Graphic Undercover Video Show Dogs Being Punched In Pet Shop In Rio

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“The following is translated from Portuguese ao ir is a little disjointed, but I’m sure you will get the drift!!. The little shit in the video, is unrelenting punching etc. I cried throughout, so please use viewer discretion. I so wish I knew who & what was said on the blacked out speech video, it could be the little shit himself…the one doing the abusing! It’s at times like these where I wished I had studied harder in languages! By God I would like to punch his maracas till their black & blue!!”

Dogs get water on the muzzle and take punches and blows to the head. 
Flagrant was done by an amateur cameraman and shown in RJTV.

Images recorded five months ago by a witness shows that animals were mistreated at Four Paws Pet Shop, located at Rua Pernambuco, in Engenho de Dentro, in the suburb of Rio According to the witness, who was outraged by the abuse, mistreatment were constant and the animals cried out in pain. Some left injured and traumatized by the beatings that took.

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Sought by staff RJTV, the owner of the establishment, Solange Barroso, showed surprise at the allegations. She said she never received complaints of mistreatment. “Well how would they know it was from there, its supposed to be a professional dog salon”

She acknowledged the offending animal as his own sonDaniel, 20. However, even appearing in the images, she denied that knew of the assaults. In the absence of officials, he came to work in the shop a few months ago. Currently, serves to bring and fetch the dogs at home.

“That was not my understanding. Things that are happening at the moment and you can not control you.’s So that I can say. Asking thousand excuses because, really, I do not have or what to say,” said Solange, who informed he will be away from the property, as shown by the Journal Today.

In the recording, there slaps, punches, insults and objects at the head of the animalAbundant water in the snout to drown the animal, potions. Moreover, paws and noses were tied with inappropriate objects.

“I understand that when you take an animal to a particular service, it has to be done and have more pleasure, which is a caring, understand? The animal is feeling. Since there was not so well, it was ice water, tied her mouth and blows, “said the witness.

The flagrant shows that the dog is inside the tank and gets the first punch. Then the employee strength ties with the muzzle of the animal, gives slapping, shoving and a sequence of punches.The dog calms down. Already mastered, receives a lot of water on the face, slaps and shoves new.

Pictures of amateur cameraman shows the dog aggression (Photo: Play / TV Globo)

The assaults also occur with small dogs and quiet. But the most shocking scenes are with a dog breed labrador. The animal, even dominated, receives a sequence of punches to the head. He takes almost throughout the bath, which lasts 15 minutes.

For images, you can see that the employee uses a plastic bottle to harm the dog. Then he grabs another bottle of shampoo to hit the animal. The attacks do not stop. The dog does not react, is apparently calm, but still receiving punches.

The owner of the labrador, Vera Fernandes, lives alone with Thor, 5 years. She said the dog bathes in the pet shop twice a month for a year. He said he never suspected anything wrong.

“I’m shocked. I never imagined they could do such a thing. Nãotem If patience with animal, for opening a facility to care for an animal?” Asked Vera.

Reporting
Anyone who wants to report the abuse, can take three actions: seek the nearest police station or police station of Environmental Protection, in St. Kitts, in the northern zone of the city, and you can call the number 1746. After the complaint, agents of the Department of Defense Special Pets go to the site to do a survey. If the complaint is upheld, the store owner can be notified and the pet shop has a term to suit. However, if the error persists, the establishment’s business license could be suspended.

The Secretary of Defense of Animals receives on average ten complaints a day.

News Link:-http://g1.globo.com/rio-de-janeiro/noticia/2012/10/imagens-mostram-animais-sendo-agredidos-em-pet-shop-no-rio.html

Lakeview teacher charged with punching his dog to death

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A Lakeview man who teaches grade school punched his dog to death because it refused to get into a bathtub after it “ate every piece of paper” in the house and soiled itself, police said.

Derek Fierro holds “Doc” at Chicago Canine Rescue Foundation in October 2011 when he adopted the dog. Fierro is charged with aggravated cruelty to animals, a felony, police said, for allegedly punching the dog to death.

Derek Fierro, 25, was charged with aggravated cruelty to animals, a felony, police said. He is a teacher at Eugene Field Elementary School in the 7000 block of North Ashland Avenue, according to police and Chicago Public Schools records.

Fierro, who lives in the 500 block of West Roscoe Street, called 911 about 3 a.m. and asked police to meet him at Roscoe and North Broadway, Chicago Police News Affairs Officer Laura Kubiak said.

When officers arrived, he told them the dog was in trunk of his car and gave police the keys, Kubiak said. Officers checked it and found the male yellow dog. Fierro was crying when police arrived and said he was sorry about killing his dog, Kubiak said.

Fierro adopted the dog from the Chicago Canine Rescue Foundation last October, according to Lisa Klotnia, the foundation’s founder. The dog — a yellow lab chow mix — was several months old when adopted and had been named Doc because he was part of a litter of seven puppies. The dog was renamed “Queso” according to the foundation’s records.

“We reviewed his application, he came to meet Doc and we even did a home visit with him,” Klotnia said.  “He seemed like a nice and normal guy.

“We try to be part of the dog’s life,” she said through tears. “If we’re ever needed, we let people know were here. That’s why it’s so devastating. We would have gladly taken this dog back if he was having any problems.”

She described Doc as a “real mutt,” part Labrador retriever, chow and maybe Alaskan huskie, Klotnia said. “Our hope is to give them a new home and we failed. He was a wonderful little pup.”

She said the foundation is reaching out to police to retrieve the dog’s remains and have them cremated.

CPS Inspector General James Sullivan said his office will investigate the incident, which could lead to disciplinary action against the teacher. Sullivan said his office always investigates cases where a district employee is arrested and charged with a “serious crime.”

News Link:http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/chi-police-man-beat-dog-to-death-for-refusing-bath-20120810,0,6287266.story

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NYPD Blue screenwriter faces year in jail after ‘punching pet poodle to death

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A screenwriter, who has previously worked with Steven Spielberg, allegedly killed his poodle by punching it in the face. 

Victim: The screenwriter allegedly flew into a rage on May 29 hitting his pet poodle, Lola, in the face. When he took her to the vet, staff became suspicious and launched an investigation

Ted Shuttleworth, 51, was arrested on Saturday morning at his Queens, New York, home.

The TV writer hit his pet poodle, Lola, so hard that she died from a brain injury, according to police.

With the dog’s owner weighing in at 230 pounds and the tiny pooch weighing only 4 and a half, the pup did not stand a chance in the fight, reported the New York Post.

It is not clear how the 5-year-old dog had enraged Shuttleworth when he allegedly lashed out at her on May 29.

When Shuttleworth, who has also written for TV show ‘NYPD Blue‘, took his poodle to a vet, they became suspicious as to how the animal had died.

Arrested: Ted Shuttleworth allegedly punched his poodle in the face so hard that it died from a brain injury

Staff at the veterinary called the ASPCA, who then took Lola for a necropsy.

‘Lola sustained a traumatic brain injury secondary to the application of blunt force to the right side of her head at the hands of the suspect, her owner,’ ASPCA spokesman Joseph Pentangelo told the Post.  Shuttleworth, who charges $300 to read over scripts and also works at New York University as an administrative assistant, faces up to a year in prison if convicted. His wife, Isadora, described the incident as a ‘horrible accident’.

A similar animal cruelty scandal hit Hollywood actor Gerald Butler, who was accused of smacking an elderly couple’s pet greyhound in New York three years ago.

The ‘P.S. I Love You’ actor claimed the fracas began when the couple’s dog bit his pug, Lolita – and that he merely pulled the animals apart.

However, Fred and Maria Vareka argued that Butler flew into a rage smacking their pet in the head when the dogs’ sniffed each other.

The couple, from Queens, filed a complaint against the star but no charges were brought against him.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2160618/NYPD-Blue-screenwriter-faces-jail-punching-pet-poodle-death.html#ixzz1y5NYpyPp

More Details: Punched Dog ‘Expected to Do Just Fine’

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An Lhasa Apso reportedly beaten by a Des Plaines man was brought to an animal hospital on June 7

Des Plaines police released a few more details on Friday afternoon surrounding the arrest of a Des Plaines man charged with aggravated cruelty after witnesses reported seeing him pinning down a dog and punching it in front of his residence on June 7.

James Robert Wesolaski, 51, of Des Plaines, was charged with aggravated cruelty, and, according to the report, told police he got into a fight with his dog because it ran out the front door, and he said, “I’m done being nice.”

James Robert Wesolaski,

Police stated employees of the animal hospital reported the dog was seriously injured on Thursday. It had swollen eyes, which were bleeding from trauma and head injuries. Also, the capillaries in the dog’s eyes were broken, which indicated the dog was choked.

Jeff Paul, animal control officer, said the injured dog, an 11-year-old Lhasa Apso, was doing very well on Friday.

“[The dog] is doing much better and he’s expected to do just fine,” Paul said.

The injured dog as well as two other dogs were taken into custody by police, and brought to Northwest Animal Hospital for treatment. Paul said the dogs were impounded there and would be held until a resolution materialized.

News Link:-http://desplaines.patch.com/articles/more-details-punched-dog-expected-to-do-just-fine

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