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    Corporal punishment isn't allowed these days, *UPDATE post #22*

    ... I regret that.

    The Notts Police Twitter has a message about a Belgian Shepherd tied to a big stone, found in the River Trent.

    https://twitter.com/nottspolice (scroll a little down)

    Luckily the dog has survived.
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    As a dog lover, in fact as a decent human being, that makes my blood boil. The poor dog looks bereft of all hope, I hope it makes a full recovery and finds some deserving owners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petay993 View Post
    As a dog lover, in fact as a decent human being, that makes my blood boil. The poor dog looks bereft of all hope, I hope it makes a full recovery and finds some deserving owners.
    This, 100%
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    There are some nasty scum around.
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    31 Year old woman being questioned by police in connection with it.

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    What the f is wrong with some people!

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    Hope to God the magistrate is a dog lover and sends it up to Crown.

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    This should be treated as if it were a human - if you can do it to an animal you can do it to a human too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thieuster View Post
    ... I regret that.

    The Notts Police Twitter has a message about a Belgian Shepherd tied to a big stone, found in the River Trent.

    https://twitter.com/nottspolice (scroll a little down)

    Luckily the dog has survived.
    With you on this - at best this horrible crime will be "punished" with a fine (that probably won't be paid), and a short ban on keeping animals (that won't be enforced).

    A sound birching would make for a real deterrent that doesn't cost taxpayers significantly.

    Yes, it would breach her human rights, but that is an indication that those have not been well implemented. All laws are as fallible as the humans that made them...

    I don't feel this is an overreaction - I own two rescue dogs, and my social media feeds are full of several cases like this every day. And that's just dogs...

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    best wiped off the face of the planet, really.
    (not the dog)

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    I can't express how I feel about this on a public forum. What man can do to animals makes me despair, and believe me I'm no tree hugger.

    Hopefully 'Finns Law part 2' will soon be enacted. If you have the time please inform your MP that you wish the to support it.

    https://www.thecomet.net/news/queens...-two-1-6322383
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    The perpetrator should be given the same treatment - tied to a boulder and thrown in the same river for at least half a minute and feel the same fear before any rescue.

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    Yup, quite agree, tie her to a stake and let her drown in a river. An eye for an eye. I really hope the dog finds some owners who love him and that he lives a wonderful rest of his life (or her).

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    Attach the bag & stone to owners neck & drop off bridge.
    Being a dog owner this makes my piss boil.

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    A serious question: should I ask our host to transfer this thread to the Bear Pit? What do you guys think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BEZELBOY View Post
    Speechless.
    The perpetrator should be given the same treatment - tied to a boulder and thrown in the same river for at least half a HOUR and feel the same fear before any rescue.

    Andy
    Fixed that for you.

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    As a GSD owner myself, this enrages me. Total unadulterated scum.

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    Truly shocked to read this. Some people should simply be removed from the gene pool.

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    She deserves some woof justice

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    Having fostered a number of rescue dogs I'm only too aware of just how badly some people can cause terrible abuse to animals.

    Well done to the woman who got into the river and rescued this dog.

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    The dog was chipped and that has led to the arrest of a 31 y/o woman and a 32 y/o man!

    https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crim...-a4327906.html

    And now some justice please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thieuster View Post
    The dog was chipped and that has led to the arrest of a 31 y/o woman and a 32 y/o man!

    https://www.standard.co.uk/news/crim...-a4327906.html

    And now some justice please.
    I do hope it's a decent custodial job.

    I wonder how the dogs getting on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluehase284 View Post
    I do hope it's a decent custodial job.

    I wonder how the dogs getting on?

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    Unfortunately that is highly unlikely, they will be looking at a fine (which will probably remain unpaid) and an animal ownership ban probably 10 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petay993 View Post
    Unfortunately that is highly unlikely, they will be looking at a fine (which will probably remain unpaid) and an animal ownership ban probably 10 years.
    I just don't understand why anyone who wants to do this would even want to own a dog. Mine virtually owns my life

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    I saw picture of the 'owners' on Twitter - they looked exactly how you'd expect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by relaxer7 View Post
    I saw picture of the 'owners' on Twitter - they looked exactly how you'd expect.
    'Tis oft the case.
    It's just democracy.

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    Frankly, im all for mob justice in animal cruelty cases.

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    Seriously I can forgive most things. This?.....no. In fact I am ashamed to say I think Iíd do time for how Iíd react if I saw someone doing this to a dog.

    Scum

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    Quote Originally Posted by petay993 View Post
    Unfortunately that is highly unlikely, they will be looking at a fine (which will probably remain unpaid) and an animal ownership ban probably 10 years.
    Let's change this.

    Can I once again ask that you please write to your MP regarding Finns Law part 2.

    Basically......

    "The second part of the Bill - Animal Welfare (Sentencing Bill) - proposes to increase sentencing powers for crimes against service animals. Specifically, it will see the maximum sentence increased from six months to five years."


    https://www.thecomet.net/news/queens...-two-1-6322383

    Thanks.
    It's just democracy.

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    Not a dog person but when I saw this in the news, the picture of the Alsatian on the table, the look in its eye, donít think Iíll be forgetting that for a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by relaxer7 View Post
    I saw picture of the 'owners' on Twitter - they looked exactly how you'd expect.
    I donít normally vindicate summary justice but, in this instance, I hope anyone who recognises the owners in the street beats them to within an inch of their lives. Furthermore, I hope this happens every time that they leave their house - and for a very long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by relaxer7 View Post
    I saw picture of the 'owners' on Twitter - they looked exactly how you'd expect.
    I donít normally vindicate summary justice but, in this instance, I hope anyone who recognises the owners in the street beats them to within an inch of their lives. Furthermore, I hope this happens every time that they leave their house - and for a very long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crouchy View Post
    I donít normally vindicate summary justice but, in this instance, I hope anyone who recognises the owners in the street beats them to within an inch of their lives. Furthermore, I hope this happens every time that they leave their house - and for a very long time.
    That happened to the fine young gentlemen who filmed themselves repeatedly throwing a staffy pup down the stairs and ultimately killing it when they weren't jailed.
    GOOD.

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