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Cruelty beyond comprehension. These cowards have been convicted or will be of random acts of cruelty crimes for their brutal, hateful, heartless, vicious, merciless and murderous acts of Animal cruelty. Please help vote for tougher laws to stop people like these. I lost most of this page.

Midland man stabs his dog multiple times in drunken rage

Derik Alan Huskey, 29, was arrested Wednesday evening in Midland, Texas and charged with felony animal cruelty in the alleged brutal torture and killing of his pit bull on Sunday afternoon in front of a crowd of people including children reports newswest9.com.

Midland Police and Animal Control state Huskey stabbed his dog named Gage several times after slitting the animal's throat six or seven times at the Midland apartment complex on the 2200 block of Cotton Flat Road where Huskey lived with his roommate.

According to mrt.com, Huskey warned neighbors to stay away from his as he brutally tortured the gentle dog and yelled:

"If you call the police, I'll stab you too. This is my dog."

Huskey, however wasn't done yet. After stabbing the dog again and again in the back, the crazed man threw Gage over the fence, while the dog was still alive. More stabs and Gage was dead; Huskey returned the next day and buried his dog in a shallow grave - pouring acidic chemicals over the body to keep other animals away.

Huskey's roommate told the Midland Police that he (Huskey) had been drinking heavily that night, and when Gage approached the roommate's Chihuahua, Huskey went crazy. In reality, the roommate said all Gage had done was place his paw on the little dog, and when ordered to move away, Gage did as he was told.

Gage was described as a well-behaved and very sweet dog.

Huskey is being held in jail in lieu of $100,000 bond.

Rest in peace Gage.


Houston man posing as veterinarian is arrested after sting operation

According to Monday's WFAA News, a Houston, Texas, man was arrested after authorities conducted a sting operation and discovered that he was posing as a veterinarian to unwitting pet owners in the Houston area.

Authorities allege that 26-year-old Wilfredo Gutierrez portrayed himself as a licensed veterinarian for over a year; officials are concerned that pets who were supposedly vaccinated by Gutierrez could be vulnerable to potentially deadly diseases because the vaccines which were administered may have been placebos.

According to KHOU News, Gutierrez was a veterinary technician at a vet clinic in the area, but he branched out on his own and operated his fake "veterinary" business under the names, DogSmart Veterinary Services, Wilfredo Gutierrez Pet Services and Mobile Vet Vaccinations. Houston Police Department Detective Suzanne Hollifield spoke about how the clients were duped:

They really believed he was a veterinarian,”

“They said he had a lot of compassion for their animals and he seemed legitimate so they were surprised.”

Gutierrez allegedly provided a range of care to pets who were brought to him, including administration of vaccinations, spay and neuter surgery and treatment of injuries. Hollifield noted the reason that Gutierrez seemed to gain business:

He was charging a significantly less amount of money than a licensed vet and all the victims I’ve talked to so far say that is the main reason they used him,”

The police are hoping to locate the individuals who utilized Gutierrez for pet care. Individuals are asked to contact the HPD Major Offenders Division Animal Cruelty Unit at 713-308-3100.

Past clients may recognize Gutierrez's advertised phone number of 832-748-2437.


Texas man who viciously 'hurled an innocent Chihuahua against a glass Starbucks window' is arrested on animal cruelty charges

A man allegedly hurled an innocent Chihuahua at a glass Starbucks window in Texas on Tuesday night. Larry McHale was arrested outside of a Starbucks on animal cruelty charges after customers say they saw him nearly kill the Chihuahua at 9:30 p.m. It's unknown as to whether the poor dog belonged to him or not but animal rescue workers have promised to find the dog, now named Starbucks, a loving home. 

Animal Cruelty: Larry McHale was arrested for animal cruelty after he allegedly threw an innocent dog against a window of the Starbucks in Texas where he's been banned for three months
Nearly died: The dog suffers from a broken back and legs and will need plates and pins to heal the wounds

'It was so loud, the window sounded like it was going to break,' said Starbucks manager Jasmine Hyder to WTSP. 'He's like, you don't care about humans. You only care about a dog,'she recounted. Hyder said that McHale has been banned from that Starbucks location for three months.

It's not specified as to why Hyder threw the innocent pup at the window but Hyder says she thinks McHale has anger issues. 'He harasses customers every time. He comes in and starts chaos,' said Hyder.

Loving home: Animal rescue workers have made it their goal to find the Chihuahua, now named Starbucks, a loving new home free of abusive people 
Banned: Larry McHale was barred from this Houston Starbucks for three months before the incident occurred
Banned: Larry McHale was barred from this Houston Starbucks for three months before the incident occurred

'It's an innocent dog, and you sabotaged the dog's life for no reason,' added Hyder.

The dog survived but needs to heal before it is placed in a loving home.

Nela Brown of Frisky Paws rescue is caring for the dog while while it recovers.

The dog suffers from a broken back and legs and will need plates and pins to fix it.

The surgery is supposed to cost $1,000.

Brown say the dog is lucky to be alive.

'How in the world can someone take such a tiny animal and use it to vent their anger,' asked Brown.

Brown decided the name the dog Starbucks after the horrific incident.

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