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RSPCA launches investigation when dog owner pulls on pup’s leash before hitting him over the head


Moment vile dog owner pulls pup’s leash before punching him in the head as RSCPA launches investigation

  • WARNING: ANNOYING CONTENT Vile Dog Owner Slaps Puppy Multiple Times
  • The RSPCA have launched an investigation to find the owner seen in Stoke-on-Trent

A vile dog owner has been caught on a doorbell camera repeatedly punching a puppy over the head and pulling on its leash.

The footage showed the man leading what appeared to be a small bulldog on a leash as they walked down the street.

The unidentified owner is seen crouching down as the pet refuses to move, saying, “Come on, no, come here.”

He then smacks the pup five times before yelling, ‘Move over.’

In the harrowing 23-second clip, the helpless animal can be heard crying and moaning.

A doorbell camera caught the man slapping a puppy five times and pulling on the leash.

The mysterious man disappears from sight, but reappears walking in the opposite direction with the dog.

Then he goes on a sulky tirade and says, ‘I don’t want him, I don’t want him anymore, he can go fuck himself.

A shocked member of the public wrote on social media: ‘NAME AND SHAME and make him stop having dogs, if he does this in broad daylight in public imagine behind closed doors.

‘He said ‘I don’t want it’. I don’t think the pup wants it either.

The video, which has circulated online, has prompted the RSCPA to launch an appeal to find the dog’s owner.

He is now searching for the man after the dog was struck in the Hanley area of ​​Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, on Friday July 7.

The vile owner of the dog is now under investigation by the RSPCA

The vile owner of the dog is now under investigation by the RSPCA

Locals reacted furiously to the shocking attack.

Charlotte Percy said: ‘You vile piece of shit. The poor baby.

Carl Headland added: ‘Why do you have animals if you dislike them so much?’

Tobias Cook said: ‘Someone should do that to him’.

Richard Snatt raged: “I know how I think I should be punished.”

An RSPCA spokesman said: ‘We are aware of this and are looking into it.

“As such, we are unable to comment further at this time.”

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