A man who bit his dog to ‘establish dominance’ avoids jail | Entertainment News

2018-09-29T08:58:34+00:00 September 29th, 2018|

Patrick shoe rod Campbell pictured pleaded guilty to an animal cruelty charge a man who admitted biting his dog to establish dominance over the animal will avoid jail time even though he pleaded guilty to the offense [Music] Patrick shoe rod Campbell 27 pleaded guilty Friday to an animal cruelty charge and was sentenced to four years probation by a Palm Beach County Florida judge [Music] Campbell was also ordered to undergo a mental health evaluation and was barred from possessing animals of any kind or living with anyone with animal on property to enforce the animal bands Campbell is subject to r…

Continue reading… om inspections of his late work residents by Animal Care and Control agents he was arrested in May after police responded to a 911 call about someone abusing a dog in an apartment that he shared the three mates officers found the dog the husky called Dmitri – inside a closet in camels room where blood was smeared on the carpet and a recliner the animal was shaking and had a bloody year according to police dot asked how Dmitri was injured Campbell replied I bit him to establish dominance according to a police report [Music] share this article share Campbell then told police that he thought to discipline the dog after the animal destroyed several items inside the apartment [Music] in addition to guiding Demetri in the right ear very hard to establish dominance Campbell admitted punching the dog in the face one of camel’s roommates told police that he saw Campbell beating the dog on several occasions leaving the animal on its back with his paws up and crying a second roommate said he heard the dog crying in pain while Campbell hid the animal and scream you little B H upon Campbell’s arrest Dmitri was seized by animal control officials Campbell will be required to perform 300 hours of community service as part of his plea deal his supervision could be terminated after two years if he does not violate any terms of his probation on the night of his arrest neighbors reportedly heard slamming noises coming from the apartment at about 1:00 a.m. [Music] deputies say Campbell