Woman Fined For Letting Her Dog Suffer

A woman has been fined for letting her English bull terrier suffer with a severe skin condition for months because she could not afford the veterinarian bills. She pleaded guilty “to causing unnecessary suffering to an animal by failing to provide it with proper veterinary care.” She was fined and given a 12-month community order.

5 Responses to “Woman Fined For Letting Her Dog Suffer”

  1. Lynne says:

    I wonder why an inspector finally showed up at her house?

    I wonder where she could have gone for help with the vet bill?

    I wish the story was a bit more comprehensive.

  2. Thel Josenhans says:

    I know , it is a shame , the women , let Her dog suffer , couldn’t afford , to take Her pet , to a vet , most skin problems , are from ……..pet food poison ……… MELAMINE …….. , the vet can treat the skin problem , but , not cure it , a vet , charges as much as a Dr. , the office vist , medication , blood work , if you get out , of a Vet’s office , it will run $100.00 , & skin problems , you go back , every week , Vet’s used to think ….. hot spots , itching …..scratching till , the fur comes off , bloody spots , was ( FOOD ALLERGY ) now , they know , it is …… toxic in the pet food , I know , I buried my , beloved cat yesterday… He was treated , but , nothing , can get that toxic out of there body’s , there should be, pet clinic , for people , who can’t afford , the high price vet’s . Thel

  3. Gerry says:

    I can understand the lady couldnt afford to take the dog to the vet. But what does keeping the dog in a small cage in the kitchen have to do with the skin condition??

  4. Gindy says:

    Prolly kept in the cage so it didn’t bleed all over her house or tramsit the mites to the other animals.
    So they fine her when she can’t even afford vet care? real smart, that.

  5. KAEfamily says:

    Pet shelters offer low-cost vaccinations then, perhaps, they could also offer low-cost vet care/maintenance done by vet students. The purpose here is to help pet owners to help their pets. Everyone wins in the end.


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