Starved Dog Found At Clinic’s Doorstep In Freezing Conditions

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OMG…the poor wee thing, I will be sending lots of healing prayers of warmth & life tonight for this lost little soul. Seriously, you would have to be a real F-ing heartless bxxxxxd to leave such a weak pup as this, in such freezing temperatures!! See the video I have posted separately!” 

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – A veterinary clinic allegedly did not open its doors for a starving dog, and an alert Rural-Metro ambulance crew came to its aid.

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Your prayers are desperately needed for this little one, it’s only 50/50 that she survives!

Click here to watch Video or see it posted on my Twitter & Face book pages.:-Starved dog found at clinic’s doorstep

Two Rural-Metro paramedics, assigned to the corner of Kensington and Fillmore Avenues, found an emaciated pit bull, lying on the frigid pavement on Wednesday. The dog was so weak, she couldn’t even raise her head.

EMT Norine Hoch said, “As my partner was pulling into the driveway, all of a sudden, she started going, ‘Oh my God! Oh my God!’ It was, like, 32 degrees outside, and she was skin and bones. If we [had gotten there] seconds later, she would probably would have been frozen to death.”

The dog was lying in the parking lot of the Anderson Inner City Animal Hospital. Which is why Hoch says, she’s shocked at what happened when they knocked on the hospital door.

A gentleman came to the door, and he said, ‘I know she’s there. I called the SPCA. They’re on their way.’ And slammed the door in our face.”

Hoch and her partner wrapped the pit bull in blankets and applied heat packs. Their supervisor drove her in a fly car to the SPCA shelter in Tonawanda.

Field supervisor Michael Arquette said, “It was very heartbreaking to see just how thin, weak, and how cold she was to the touch. They were very saddened, but very happy to see us bring the puppy in, instead of just leaving it there.”

This is not the first time Dr. Hector Anderson’s clinic has been accused of refusing help for a sick animal abandoned on its doorstep.

In 2009, “Kenny,” a malnourished cocker spaniel, lay outside the hospital for over 24 hours before anyone even called the SPCAKenny had to be put to sleep three days later, and the SPCA filed a complaint against Dr. Anderson.

When we went to the hospital looking for answers Thursday night, an employee told News 4 the clinic is closed on Wednesdays. She said the man who answered the door is a custodian, who’s not authorized to handle animals.

Because of this latest incident, the SPCA Serving Erie County is again investigating the Anderson Inner City Animal Hospital. In fact, the paramedics are going to give statements to investigators Friday morning.

The SPCA says the puppy is very touch-and-go. Vets are still keeping her warm with hot water bottles. They think she’s very young, but she is so severely starved, vets say it’s impossible to determine her age.

Doctors are doing tests, to see if her internal organs are still functioning. They say it is impossible to tell, at this point, if she’ll survive.

Video posted separately to Face book & Twitter; due to Lockerz being such a naff program…sorry! 

News Link:-http://www.wivb.com/dpp/news/buffalo/starved-dog-found-at-clinics-doorstep

Buffalo Teens Allegedly Confess to Burning Puppy

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(Video to follow) “Remember little Phoenix , did a post on him a couple of weeks ago, link at bottom. I am so happy someone snitched on these 2 little Bxxxxxd’s ! If the law doesn’t get this case right now; seeing as they already have jaded pasts… these 2 will likely grow up to be abusive thugs, rapists or murderers…so get it right…send them down for the full prison term allowed. They are sick ,lethal, sadistic, warts that you have to be rid of!”

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – Two Buffalo teenagers were arraigned in court Wednesday morning, in connection to the burning of a 16-week-old dog named Phoenix.

Sick, Sadistic, Twisted, Evil Psycho’s

In court, 19-year-old Adell Zeigler and 17-year-old Diondre Brown, both from Buffalo, were charged with felony aggravated cruelty to animals. Ziegler was remanded without bail Wednesday because he has a prior felony and is on parole for robberyBrown was remanded on $20,000 bail.

Prosecutors say they have strong cases against both teenagers, who they say have violent reputations.

According to NYS law, a person is guilty of aggravated cruelty to animals when, with no justifiable purpose, he or she intentionally kills or intentionally causes serious physical injury to a companion animal with aggravated cruelty.  “Aggravated cruelty” is conduct which is intended to cause extreme physical pain or is done or carried out in an especially depraved or sadistic manner. “Couldn’t have put it better myself, so do the right thing & send them down, NO bloody stupid probation for these 2 malicious warts”

“This is a terrible act of cruelty. One that should never happen at any time” said Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown.

Police said Phoenix was found burning on Herman Street last month. Since then detectives have followed every lead. But a break in the case came over the weekend when someone called in a key tip. Authorities arrested Zeigler and Brown late Tuesday night.

“Both made admissions to what they did. They said they hung the dog about three feet in the air. They doused him with lighter fluid and we’re not sure which one set him on fire,” said Buffalo Police Commissioner Daniel Derenda.” Heinous MF‘s…Nobody does this kind of thing unless they are really fxxxxd up in the head & get’s off on torturing innocent beings that can’t answer back!”

Zeigler’s mom didn’t want to comment. But Brown’s grandmother, Robin did. She said her grandson did not do the crime. She said the night of the incident he told a family member, “You won’t believe what my uncle, Adell did.“Right ok love…did you see those pigs fly over the other day too?!!”

Robin said, “He kept telling me ‘Grandma, I didn’t do it.’ He says ‘Grandma, you know I didn’t do it.'” said Robin Brown, the defendant’s grandmother. “And the next thing I know they came out and said he signed something saying he did it. So when I went back to talk to him I said ‘Why would you do that?’ I mean you said you didn’t do it.” “Sorry love your grandson is not the perfect little angel you seem to think he is!”

The men could face up to one-and-one-third to four years in prison. Commissioner Derenda says police have identified the owner of the dog and have taken a statement.

News Link:-http://www.wivb.com/dpp/news/crime/Teens-face-judge-in-puppy-burning-case

 

Man allegedly attacks his grandma’s dog

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WHEATFIELD,

N.Y. (WIVB) – The Niagara County Sheriff is hunting for a man accused of felony animal cruelty. Authorities say the 27-year-old attacked his grandmother’s little dog.

If you watch the video, you’ll see a picture of Abby, the Lhasa Apso. She looks sweet and happy in the picture, but animal cruelty investigators say she’s going through torment. Her owner’s grandson, 27-year-old Jason Evrard of Wheatfield, is accused of intentionally breaking her pelvis.

Aaron Kandefer said, “There was an incident that arose, and he – out of rage – made the statement, ‘How would you like it if I break your dog’s neck?’ Took the dog out of her lap, and slammed it to the ground.”

Kandefer, the new cruelty investigator for the Niagara County SPCA, says Abby’s owner couldn’t afford the cost of her x-rays, pain and inflammation medication. So she has surrendered Abby to the shelter, where the little dog is now under two months of cage rest.

“She will approach you, friendly, wagging her tail. Want to be pet, want to be loved. But she’ll scream out in pain, and lash out uncontrollably sometimes, trying to bite you, because she doesn’t know where the pain’s coming from,” Kandefer said.

Evrard is facing the very rare, felony charge of aggravated animal cruelty.

Kandefer explained, “In order for the felony charge [to be brought], there has to be intent to seriously injure, maim, or kill the animal. All the evidence comes down [to] the witness. We have the witness, the witness statement, and I’m sure the witness will be testifying.”

Evrard ran from SPCA and sheriff’s investigators who came to arrest him Tuesday. A Town of Wheatfield judge is expected to issue a warrant for his arrest Wednesday morning.

Because it is a felony, Jason Evrard could be sentenced to two years in jail, if he’s convicted on the animal cruelty charge. Abby may need surgery, if the cage rest doesn’t help her heal completely.

News Link:-http://www.wivb.com/dpp/news/crime/police-say-man-slammed-dog-to-ground

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