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Dog Death Policeman Guilty of Animal Cruelty (Not Banned From Keeping Animals)

A police dog handler who left two German Shepherds to die in an unattended, over-heated car has been found guilty of animal cruelty.

39-year old PC Mark Johnson’s car reached soaring temperatures of above 84F in June of 2009. The two dogs he left in the vehicle, both died.

Source: DogMagazine.net – the K9 Magazine blog

Dog Death Policeman Guilty of Animal Cruelty (Not Banned From Keeping Animals)

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