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DC doggy daycare worker kicks family beloved pet puppy Bronny to DEATH ‘for being too energetic,’ with killer now facing potential criminal charges

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Bronny was staying at District Dogs in the Navy Yard on February 16 when an employee kicked him in a

A DC family is mourning the death of their beloved dog, who was brutally kicked so hard that he died at a daycare last week.

Bronny was staying at District Dogs in the Navy Yard on February 16 when an employee “physically struck” him early in the morning, as acknowledged in the company’s statement.

According to a D.C. police incident report, the young dog became “overly energetic” when the unidentified employee began feeding the canine around 4 a.m.

After “trying to calm the dog,” the worker admits to hitting Bronny with his foot, but does not remember which part of the animal was hit.

The beloved pet lost consciousness and had to be taken to a nearby veterinary center where he was later pronounced dead.

Bronny was staying at District Dogs in the Navy Yard on February 16 when an employee kicked him in an “unknown area.”

In a statement issued on Feb. 20, District Dogs said it fired the employee and is working closely with investigators.

In a statement issued on Feb. 20, District Dogs said it fired the employee and is working closely with investigators.

In a statement issued on Feb. 20, District Dogs said it fired the employee and is working closely with investigators.

In a statement issued on Feb. 20, District Dogs said it fired the employee and is working closely with investigators.

“The District Dogs family is heartbroken by the incident and extends its deepest condolences to the dog’s family, and we mourn their loss at this deeply difficult time,” the statement read.

After Bronny’s sad death, heartbroken parents Christina and Andrew said fox5 They were ‘mourning’ for their pet.

‘Bronny brought immeasurable joy to our lives and the lives of everyone he touched, and the void left by his absence is deep.

‘We don’t have all the answers yet, but we appreciate all the support we have received from the community.

“We are still mourning the loss of our sweet son,” the couple said.

They also said they hired a lawyer to take legal action, but did not provide further details.

Following Bronny’s sad death, heartbroken parents Christina and Andrew said they were “mourning” their pet.

The couple also said they hired an attorney to take legal action, but did not provide further details.

The couple also said they hired an attorney to take legal action, but did not provide further details.

The couple also said they hired an attorney to take legal action, but did not provide further details.

The District Dogs employee has not yet been charged or arrested by officials.

The incident prompted further calls for the facility to close, especially after the deaths of 10 dogs due to flooding at another District Dogs facility on Rhode Island Avenue in Northeast Washington in August 2023.

News of Broody’s death comes the same day a 40-year-old Virginia woman was charged with murder after leaving an 11-month-old child and a dog in a hot car, resulting in their deaths.

Kristen Danielle Graham, 40, has been charged with felony murder and is being held without bond at the Virginia Peninsula Regional Jail.

Graham was given responsibility for 11-month-old Myrical Wicker by her 17-year-old mother for two days.

She had been alone in the car for about eight and a half hours.

The boy was discovered dead in a black plastic bag in the back of a car by emergency room staff at Mary Immaculate Hospital in Newport News.

Kristen Danielle Graham, 40, has been accused of leaving an 11-month-old child and a dog in a hot car, resulting in their death.

Kristen Danielle Graham, 40, has been accused of leaving an 11-month-old child and a dog in a hot car, resulting in their death.

Kristen Danielle Graham, 40, has been accused of leaving an 11-month-old child and a dog in a hot car, resulting in their death.

Authorities say Graham received a phone call from her friend around 1 a.m. on Sept. 12 asking her to bring cigarettes.

Her friend couldn’t buy them because she was caring for an elderly person in Newport News at the time.

Graham put the boy and dog in the back of the car, went to a 7-Eleven to buy cigarettes and spent “considerable” time at her friend’s house.

She then returned to York County at 8 a.m. and left the baby and dog in the car with the windows up. Around 2:30 pm, Graham “woke up” when he received a phone call and went outside to check on the dog and baby.

Both the baby and the dog were already dead at that time.

Police officers have not released the name of the 17-year-old mother or information about the dog.

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