In southeast Houston, officials from the Harris County Constable’s Office and the Houston SPCA rescued a bulldog on Monday morning after video footage from a Ring doorbell recorded a man kicking and throwing his one-year-old bulldog.
According to a press release issued by the Houston SPCA, authorities also found two other neglected French bulldogs covered in urine and feces locked in a small wire kennel when they arrived at the man’s home. All three dogs were seized and are currently in the protection of the SPCA.
The disturbing video showed the owner kicking the dog before picking up the 50-pound pup by his back legs and throwing him across the sidewalk. The man threatens to throw the dog again; it is not known why the man was so angry at the dog.
If you are able to safely obtain photos or video to report animal cruelty,SPCA Houston Jay Chase, Chief Cruelty Investigator
it can be very useful against those who dare to commit these crimes in public view. It’s critical to
call us or report cruelty online because it can save lives.
In Harris County, the Houston SPCA’s 11-member animal cruelty investigations team partners with Harris
County Pct. 1 Constable’s Office and other law enforcement agencies to combat animal cruelty. They also work
with law enforcement agencies across 9 surrounding counties, rescuing victims of animal cruelty across the
region. Report animal cruelty by calling 713.869.7722 or online at www.houstonspca.org.
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