Abused Great Danes rescued by police officers during a New York traffic stop

Seven abused Great Dane puppies and their “emaciated” mother were rescued in Queens when NYPD officers pulled over a Philadelphia driver for a noise violation, cops said Sunday.

“Last night your 104 NCOs rescued this malnourished mother and her 7 puppies after spotting the dogs in a vehicle during a hitchhike on Woodhaven Boulevard.” NYPD District 104 wrote on Twitter.

“The owner has been charged with multiple animal cruelty charges. Mom & puppies are currently in the care of a veterinary clinic.”

Officers pulled over driver Ravon Service, 27, on Woodhaven Boulevard about 2 p.m. on his vehicle because of a loud exhaust system, police said.

“At the car stop, officers observed an emaciated dog and several puppies in a container without access to food, water, or adequate space,” an NYPD official said.

Photos show the dogs were crammed into a small plastic container and the mother’s ribs were sticking out of her side.

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The mother was so malnourished that you could see her protruding ribs.
mother dog.
Ravon Service faces charges of animal cruelty and neglect.

Dienst was charged with eight counts of torturing an animal and eight counts of neglecting a confiscated animal. He was also charged with seven counts of cruelly carrying an animal and making inappropriate noise, police officers said.

https://nypost.com/2022/11/27/abused-great-danes-rescued-by-cops-during-nyc-traffic-stop/ Abused Great Danes rescued by police officers during a New York traffic stop


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