San Jose police: Teens in burglary spree fatally bludgeon dog on National Dog …
Article from San Jose Mercury News:
Sparky (Family photograph)
SAN JOSE — A quiet Almaden neighborhood is reeling after two teen boys reportedly bludgeoned a pet dog to death during a string of home burglaries Tuesday, according to the San Jose Police Department.
Ironically, the killing of Sparky, a Chihuahua mix, came on National Dog Day, meant to honor the helpful roles dogs play in society and increase awareness of the countless dogs in the country who need owners.
Officers got onto the burglary trail about 2:30 p.m. when a resident reported a break-in at his home in the 7000 block of Burnside Drive. Two boys, ages 13 and 14, were caught…………………continues on San Jose Mercury News
Disturbing video captures man beating, choking dog to death
Article from Tampabay.com:
Deputies arrested a Nokomis man Tuesday who they say beat and killed a dachshund his in-laws asked him to watch.
Stacy Glover, 24, had been asked to look after the dog, Athena, Aug. 8 at their family home in the 15000 block of Cutting Horse Trail in east Sarasota County.
When Athena’s owners returned, Glover told them the dog had run away, the Sarasota Cou…………………continues on Tampabay.com
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