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School Principal, Who Allowed Dog's Leg to Fall Off, Faces Charges

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RED Collar Rescue The owner of a Houston, Texas, dog, whose leg was allowed to rot and fall off, has been charged with two counts of animal cruelty, reported Tuesday's ABC 13 News.

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Alana Grelyak (0)
Wednesday November 6, 2013, 12:06 pm
How can that possibly be an accident?

Natasha Salgado (672)
Wednesday November 6, 2013, 10:13 pm
This excuse 4 a human should be fired. I'd also remove my children from that school. I hope he rots. Thx Kelly

PrimaAWAY B. (1278)
Wednesday November 6, 2013, 10:24 pm
OMG!! An accident?? Oh no. A dogs leg does not fall off and you don't notice it in the amount of time it took to fall off. I'm sick!!! She needs to be fully charged, dropped as a principle and investigated!!!! If she is that busy ,then she is NOT qualified to be a mother to her kids or a principle and never ever again an owner of any animal.

She knew and ignored it which is extreme cruelty. Any judge that would believe this was an accident is not fit to be a judge .So let's hope she is fired from being a principle. No kids should be around someone like this. What if this was one of her children who was hurt and all of a sudden the leg falls off one of them... OMG!! I am so beyond words.

Let's not be stupid here . Too busy.. How pathetic of an excuse. She's not fit to be a mother. too busy to notice something like that.

Thank You for posting Kelly. It's disgusting. She's disgusting.
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