Horse dies and dog found injured in animal cruelty cases

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A HORSE had to be put down and a dog was found in a horrific conditions in two cases of extreme animal cruelty in the space of just a few days.

The dog, a Pit Bull Terrier, was found in Napier Crescent, Basildon with swollen and injured feet and a serious skin condition.

The dog was discovered at 10am on Thursday January 10.

Just days later, on Monday January 14, a horse was discovered in Cranfield Park in Cranfield Park Road, Wickford.

It had suffered a deep cut around the width of its leg and sadly had to be put down.

*Full story and pictures in Monday's Echo

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2:02pm Fri 25 Jan 13

blackheart says...

A badly treated horse? Cranfield Park?. Surely not.
A badly treated horse? Cranfield Park?. Surely not. blackheart
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3:01pm Fri 25 Jan 13

InTheKnowOk says...

Cases such as these make me sick, especially when people get away with it !!!
Cases such as these make me sick, especially when people get away with it !!! InTheKnowOk
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3:45pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Cosmo Spring says...

now available as burgers.....
now available as burgers..... Cosmo Spring
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8:11pm Sat 26 Jan 13

mrs m boone says...

if people cannot write anything desent on here they dont write at all you are time wasters
if people cannot write anything desent on here they dont write at all you are time wasters mrs m boone
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11:16am Mon 28 Jan 13

Gay Ray says...

mrs m boone wrote:
if people cannot write anything desent on here they dont write at all you are time wasters
If people cannot type anything decent on here perhaps they should type nothing at all.
[quote][p][bold]mrs m boone[/bold] wrote: if people cannot write anything desent on here they dont write at all you are time wasters[/p][/quote]If people cannot type anything decent on here perhaps they should type nothing at all. Gay Ray
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