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PremierLeague-News.Com - Jordan Will Townend left his dog Odi in serious pain after surgery on his fractured leg
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A Brighouse man has been sentenced after the horrific treatment of his dog causing him serious pain after surgery. Jordan Will Townend of Whinney Hill Park in Brighouse, Huddersfield, pleaded guilty to two animal cruelty offences after he caused unnecessary suffering to his Bedlinton terrier type dog Odi. Townend, 23, failed to give him pain relief which had been prescribed by a vet following a fracture to the dog's leg. The second offence related to failing to protect Odi from pain, suffering, injury and disease in a prosecution brought by the RSPCA. To get the latest email updates from Examiner Live, click here. Bradford Magistrates' Court heard how Odi had previously sustained a broken hind leg in suspicious circumstances. Vets operated on Odi to repair his leg but after the operation, Townend only gave Odi the prescribed medication and pain relief on one or two occasions meaning his dog would have experienced suffering for a week following surgery. While Odi was still recovering from surgery, Townend then allowed him to escape and during this episode Odi damaged his leg further.
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The metal frame that had been used to pin his fracture was bent and protruding from his leg
RSPCA Inspector Rebecca Goulding took Odi to the RSPCA’s Greater Manchester Animal Hospital where vets found a series of injuries suggesting a long term pattern of abuse. X-rays of Odi revealed, in addition to his fractured tibia, he also had an older rib fracture and fracture of the spinous process raising suspicion of trauma occurring on more than one occasion. She also found Odi had bruising to his right ear. Townend was sentenced after pleading guilty to two animal welfare offences at an earlier hearing on March 30. Enter your postcode to see crimes reported in your area
In addition to the five year disqualification from keeping all animals, magistrates also sentenced Townend to a 12-month conditional discharge. Odi received treatment and care at the RSPCA hospital and was discharged once his limb fracture had fully healed. He has since been rehomed to a loving new family.
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