Dog Found Buried Alive in France Triggers Online Fury, Petition For Owners Maximum Sentence

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Pictures of dog buried alive in the area of Paris have triggered indignation and fury on social networking, together with the owner having been detained. He might have to pay up to a 30,000 fine for animal cruelty, and could spend up to two years behind bars.

The French mastiff was discovered and saved on Saturday by a guy walking his dog in Carrieres sur Seine, west of Paris.

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Rocks surrounded the dog, and its own lead had apparently been attached to a sack of gravel to prevent it from escaping.

Dog found buried alive in France triggers online fury  petition for owners maximum sentence  RT News

The guy known as the emergency services to save the stunned and dehydrated creature.

Just her head was visible and it absolutely was hard to see given the quantity of world covering her, he posted on Facebook.

Dog found buried alive in France triggers online fury  petition for owners maximum sentence  RT News

The post now has over 175,000 shares, with dozens remarking on how the guy is the dogs guardian angel and marveling at individual harshness. Some posted that they were at a loss what to say, because the dogs circumstances was soterrible.

Authorities quickly discovered the 21-year old owner of the mastiff, and took the man into custody. The owner maintained the dog had run away, but security forces described his variant as not really possible.

Dog found buried alive in France triggers online fury  petition for owners maximum sentence  RT News

The dog suffers from arthritis and is over 10 years old. Its hard to picture her running away, a source near the probe told AFP.

The owner faces trial for animal cruelty, may be sent to jail for a couple of years and be bound to pay a fine of up to 30,000 ($32,700). Meanwhile the indignation and fury online has boiled over into a request advocating the maximum sentence for the owner. it’s already received over 260,000 signatures.

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