Man whips cowering dog in QEGs grounds

Blackburn Citizen: Man whipped cowering dog in QEGs grounds Man whipped cowering dog in QEGs grounds

RSPCA officers are hunting a man who attacked his dog in the grounds of Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School in Blackburn.

The incident happened in an area between West Park Road and Dukes Brow, when the man punched the dog several times and whipped it with its lead.

The man was described as Asian, in his late teens, and stocky.

He was approximately 5ft 10ins tall, and at the time he was wearing a turquoise hoody.

His dog was a ‘blue’ Staffordshire bull terrier, which looks grey .

The owner was seen punching the dog on the top of the head three times, which caused the dog to cower and urinate in fear.

He was also seen whipping the dog once down its side with a lead.

RSPCA inspectors are now trying to track down the man and the dog after the incident which happened at just after 3pm on Wednesday.

Inspector Kat Hamblin said: “We are concerned for the dog’s safety, given the way the owner has treated it in a public place.

“We would like to follow up to check the dog is okay and give the owner appropriate advice and make him aware of his responsibilities under the law.

“We need people to come forward if they have know who it might be and have an address for this man.”

Inspectors have asked for anyone with an address for the man to get in touch.

Anyone with information about the man is asked to call the RSPCA on 0300 1234 999.

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9:05am Tue 29 Apr 14

Mazza. says...

I hope it turns on him.............
I hope it turns on him............. Mazza.
  • Score: 32

9:22am Tue 29 Apr 14

crusade to find the truth from the brown stuff says...

I hope the RSPCA find the sick individual. He will be a local lad who lives around Preston new road or new bank road, hopefully the Asian community will provide information to the RSPCA so he can be prosecuted. There are lots of young males, white and Asian who have dogs and larger ones like staffies and Akitas and for one reason only; for protection and intimidation! Animal cruelty needs taking more seriously as animals have no voices and if a child was hit in the street there would be a lengthy police investigation. The scumbag responsible needs a taste of his own medicine
I hope the RSPCA find the sick individual. He will be a local lad who lives around Preston new road or new bank road, hopefully the Asian community will provide information to the RSPCA so he can be prosecuted. There are lots of young males, white and Asian who have dogs and larger ones like staffies and Akitas and for one reason only; for protection and intimidation! Animal cruelty needs taking more seriously as animals have no voices and if a child was hit in the street there would be a lengthy police investigation. The scumbag responsible needs a taste of his own medicine crusade to find the truth from the brown stuff
  • Score: 54

9:40am Tue 29 Apr 14

Benpupdog says...

He is the one that should be whipped. Scum.
He is the one that should be whipped. Scum. Benpupdog
  • Score: 43

9:45am Tue 29 Apr 14

anniehargs says...

send him round to my house, then he'll know what a good beating is. Arsehole.
send him round to my house, then he'll know what a good beating is. Arsehole. anniehargs
  • Score: 36

9:45am Tue 29 Apr 14

Benpupdog says...

If, god forbid, the dog turns on someone in later life, it will be the dogs, the breeds fault, not the pillock that treat it like this. As Mazza says let's hope it turns on him.
If, god forbid, the dog turns on someone in later life, it will be the dogs, the breeds fault, not the pillock that treat it like this. As Mazza says let's hope it turns on him. Benpupdog
  • Score: 37

10:14am Tue 29 Apr 14

pammy-73 says...

This sicko needs a good whipping himslf lets hope this poor dog is found safe and gave to a furever loving home.
This sicko needs a good whipping himslf lets hope this poor dog is found safe and gave to a furever loving home. pammy-73
  • Score: 30

11:32am Tue 29 Apr 14

CorkyMac says...

What a lowlife! Sounds like an Insecure a$$hole to me who's on a power trip, stocky (means he probably does some weights) staffie dog and a need to control situations by bullying and abusing animals.Well I've news for you lowlife, you can only control by fear for so long before the victim turns (here's hoping). Once you're caught, I just hope they ban you from owning animals for the remainder of your sad pathetic life.
What a lowlife! Sounds like an Insecure a$$hole to me who's on a power trip, stocky (means he probably does some weights) staffie dog and a need to control situations by bullying and abusing animals.Well I've news for you lowlife, you can only control by fear for so long before the victim turns (here's hoping). Once you're caught, I just hope they ban you from owning animals for the remainder of your sad pathetic life. CorkyMac
  • Score: 21

12:01pm Tue 29 Apr 14

CorkyMac says...

Unbelievable! The next story I read Is about a bloke punching his ex-partner. Don't hold my breath on the sentence to be given out regarding this lowlife, when the the a$$hole who punched a woman and threatens to kill her only gets 8 weeks suspended for a year! Some big men walking Blackburn at the moment and will continue to do so whilst the law courts have no backbone to dish out proper sentences(shame on them). Bloody Country Is becoming a mess but Blackburn has had Its heart ripped out this last 20 years or so. What a sad state of affairs, this was once a half decent place to live, now It's becoming a third world slum.
Unbelievable! The next story I read Is about a bloke punching his ex-partner. Don't hold my breath on the sentence to be given out regarding this lowlife, when the the a$$hole who punched a woman and threatens to kill her only gets 8 weeks suspended for a year! Some big men walking Blackburn at the moment and will continue to do so whilst the law courts have no backbone to dish out proper sentences(shame on them). Bloody Country Is becoming a mess but Blackburn has had Its heart ripped out this last 20 years or so. What a sad state of affairs, this was once a half decent place to live, now It's becoming a third world slum. CorkyMac
  • Score: 24

2:58pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Cimbri says...

Dear Sir,

Today, I read with interest reports of you punching your dog in order to instil some discipline into it. I too am a dog owner with a problem dog and wonder if, you might like to use your methods of training upon it.
He is a slightly larger dog than yours, weighing around 45kg and stands around 6 feet 4 inches tall, when on his hind legs and he has his paws on your shoulders. (It's best to think of something, not unlike Chewbacca from Star Wars, only a lot more slobber and a big wet nose.)
Am absolutely certain that you can cure his of this nasty habit that he has, of gnawing on peoples necks, especially when he doesn't get his own way.
He's normally such an happy, little chappy but he just has this mean streak, about as wide as a motorway, that you could try to knock out of him. Am sure that your methods will have some results and look forwards to seeing what you can do to him.
Anyway, let me know when you want to try, as I won't feed him the day before, as this tends to make him more bribe-able, with an odd cow leg.
All the best,

Cimbri.
ps.
He looked like this, when he was 6mth old, he's 4 now, so has grown, a bit..
http://tinyurl.com/l
ands3w
Dear Sir, Today, I read with interest reports of you punching your dog in order to instil some discipline into it. I too am a dog owner with a problem dog and wonder if, you might like to use your methods of training upon it. He is a slightly larger dog than yours, weighing around 45kg and stands around 6 feet 4 inches tall, when on his hind legs and he has his paws on your shoulders. (It's best to think of something, not unlike Chewbacca from Star Wars, only a lot more slobber and a big wet nose.) Am absolutely certain that you can cure his of this nasty habit that he has, of gnawing on peoples necks, especially when he doesn't get his own way. He's normally such an happy, little chappy but he just has this mean streak, about as wide as a motorway, that you could try to knock out of him. Am sure that your methods will have some results and look forwards to seeing what you can do to him. Anyway, let me know when you want to try, as I won't feed him the day before, as this tends to make him more bribe-able, with an odd cow leg. All the best, Cimbri. ps. He looked like this, when he was 6mth old, he's 4 now, so has grown, a bit.. http://tinyurl.com/l ands3w Cimbri
  • Score: 5

3:08pm Tue 29 Apr 14

phil kernot says...

He needs to watch his back because sombody might see him walking down the st and just punch him in the face ,,then he will run to the police with his tail between his legs and pisss himself ,,,
He needs to watch his back because sombody might see him walking down the st and just punch him in the face ,,then he will run to the police with his tail between his legs and pisss himself ,,, phil kernot
  • Score: 8

6:05pm Tue 29 Apr 14

cathedral citi says...

crusade to find the truth from the brown stuff wrote:
I hope the RSPCA find the sick individual. He will be a local lad who lives around Preston new road or new bank road, hopefully the Asian community will provide information to the RSPCA so he can be prosecuted. There are lots of young males, white and Asian who have dogs and larger ones like staffies and Akitas and for one reason only; for protection and intimidation! Animal cruelty needs taking more seriously as animals have no voices and if a child was hit in the street there would be a lengthy police investigation. The scumbag responsible needs a taste of his own medicine
these 'tough guys' have these breeds for more than one reason. They will also use these breeds for fighting purposes, no doubt!

here's hoping that the dog turns on him. It's the least he deserves!

the A$$hole
[quote][p][bold]crusade to find the truth from the brown stuff[/bold] wrote: I hope the RSPCA find the sick individual. He will be a local lad who lives around Preston new road or new bank road, hopefully the Asian community will provide information to the RSPCA so he can be prosecuted. There are lots of young males, white and Asian who have dogs and larger ones like staffies and Akitas and for one reason only; for protection and intimidation! Animal cruelty needs taking more seriously as animals have no voices and if a child was hit in the street there would be a lengthy police investigation. The scumbag responsible needs a taste of his own medicine[/p][/quote]these 'tough guys' have these breeds for more than one reason. They will also use these breeds for fighting purposes, no doubt! here's hoping that the dog turns on him. It's the least he deserves! the A$$hole cathedral citi
  • Score: 4

6:15pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Ian123xyz says...

Yellow cowardly scum.
Yellow cowardly scum. Ian123xyz
  • Score: 4

7:29pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Stone Island: says...

If I'd have seen him doing that, I'd have opened him up. The ***** ********!
If I'd have seen him doing that, I'd have opened him up. The ***** ********! Stone Island:
  • Score: 5

7:43pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Steven Seagull says...

Stone Island: wrote:
If I'd have seen him doing that, I'd have opened him up. The ***** ********!
Yeah, do him stoner!!!
[quote][p][bold]Stone Island:[/bold] wrote: If I'd have seen him doing that, I'd have opened him up. The ***** ********![/p][/quote]Yeah, do him stoner!!! Steven Seagull
  • Score: 2

1:18pm Wed 30 Apr 14

suzyq53 says...

The evil evil scum doing that to an animal is barbaric and in broad daylight too, what's more worrying is if he is prepared to harm his dog in view of the public, WHAT THE HELL WILL HE DO BEHIND CLOSED DOORS. He needs to be found and then the dog can be taken off him because he doesn't deserve to have an animal EVER AGAIN!!!!! Plus he should be put on an animal abusers register for life for everyone to see because in my eyes he's as bad as a sex offender............
.KARMA WILL GET YOU!!
The evil evil scum doing that to an animal is barbaric and in broad daylight too, what's more worrying is if he is prepared to harm his dog in view of the public, WHAT THE HELL WILL HE DO BEHIND CLOSED DOORS. He needs to be found and then the dog can be taken off him because he doesn't deserve to have an animal EVER AGAIN!!!!! Plus he should be put on an animal abusers register for life for everyone to see because in my eyes he's as bad as a sex offender............ .KARMA WILL GET YOU!! suzyq53
  • Score: 3

6:22pm Wed 30 Apr 14

kitchener2 says...

Should be headlined "dog beats dog"
Should be headlined "dog beats dog" kitchener2
  • Score: 1

6:47pm Wed 30 Apr 14

woodgreensue says...

Sorry RSPCA but I strongly disagree, it isn't rocket science, to know that no dog or any animal is treated like this. Take the dog away and find the animal who did this to the dog, I say animal as I believe that's what they are. The poor dog must be living in fear. And I hope that anyone who knows who this person is they report him, it can be done anonymously. But to say that he needs appropriate advice is totally ludicrous. I know exactly what he needs but unfortunately if I did that especially in broad daylight I would be arrested.
I pray the dog is found and taken away from him if there is any justice out there
Sorry RSPCA but I strongly disagree, it isn't rocket science, to know that no dog or any animal is treated like this. Take the dog away and find the animal who did this to the dog, I say animal as I believe that's what they are. The poor dog must be living in fear. And I hope that anyone who knows who this person is they report him, it can be done anonymously. But to say that he needs appropriate advice is totally ludicrous. I know exactly what he needs but unfortunately if I did that especially in broad daylight I would be arrested. I pray the dog is found and taken away from him if there is any justice out there woodgreensue
  • Score: 1

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