Birmingham news Thug jailed after strangling Staffordshire Bull terrier puppy to death PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Reggie the dog was left motionless and sadly later confirmed dead despite the efforts of vets

Birmingham news Thug jailed after strangling Staffordshire Bull terrier puppy to death PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Reggie the dog was left motionless and sadly later confirmed dead despite the efforts of vets

Birmingham news Thug jailed after strangling Staffordshire Bull terrier puppy to death PremierLeague-News.Com
24 November 2022 - 15:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A cruel Tamworth thug has been locked up after strangling his pet Staffordshire Bull Terrier to death. David John Raybone dragged his dog Reggie with a belt around his neck injuring the pup so much he later died. Raybone was charged with causing unnecessary suffering to his dog for handling him with the belt was around his neck on 21 January this year. He admitted the offence under the Animal Welfare Act at a previous hearing and was sentenced at Birmingham Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday (22 November). The 39 year old, from Lichfield Road, was disqualified from keeping animals for life and a seizure order was made for a cat he owns. He also was ordered to pay £500 towards prosecution costs and a victim surcharge of £156. Read more: Crooks 'using laughing gas cannisters' to break into cars The court heard from witnesses who saw eight month old Reggie dragged along the floor with his neck pulled and extended. Reggie was left motionless and sadly later confirmed dead despite the efforts of vets. In a written statement to the court, a veterinary surgeon said Reggie was noted to have been “behaving playfully prior to having the belt tied around his neck”.

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. “When considering the additional evidence provided by the eye witness accounts of this dog having been dragged and/or lifted off the ground while having a belt tied around his neck, a cause of death by asphyxiation via strangulation becomes very highly likely. “Such action of placing a belt around the neck of this dog and dragging the dog along the ground as well as suspending the dog by the belt clearly does not protect the dog from injury, pain and suffering. In addition, the severity and duration of such actions has caused this animal to suffer via mechanisms of fear, distress and pain for a period of at least several minutes.” Following the hearing, RSPCA inspector Pamela Bird said: “It is just heartbreaking to think about how Reggie must have suffered. I’d like to thank the police for their swift and effective action when they responded to the incident and their assistance throughout my investigation, as well as the vets who did everything they could to save Reggie and the members of the public and witnesses for helping to bring this extremely upsetting case to court.” Do you have a story? Get in touch by emailing anisah.vasta@reachplc.com READ NEXT: West Midlands nine hour yellow weather warning as heavy rain sparks flood alerts Last ditch attempt to save Sutton Coldfield 'art deco' cinema car park gathers pace Police investigation continues after woman 'raped in Telford McDonald's toilet in 4am attack' Videos of Wood Green Academy fallout 'could be taken out of context' say police amid probe into threats 'Sick' Northfield ghouls slammed for filming woman's tragic building fall death

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