Woman and two daughters plead guilty of cruelty and receive fine over four thousand pounds
Brent Magistrates court, London – The Mayhew Animal Welfare Officer’s attended court to witness the legal conclusions to one of their animal welfare cases. The family pleaded guilty to animal cruelty and was given a substantial fine and hours of community service and banned from keeping animals.
The woman, from Queen’s Park, and her two daughters came to the attention of The Mayhew Animal Welfare Officer’s (AWOs) after they were called to remove two guard dogs from the garden of a house. On arrival at the property in January this year the Officer’s discovered a Rottweiler and German Shepherd, both dreadfully emaciated and suffering from infected wounds and dehydration.
The Mayhew AWO’s removed the Rottweiler and took him back to The Home, where he received veterinary treatment but had to be euthanized due to his condition. The RSPCA [...]
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