Dog owner from Runcorn who left Great Dane to starve to death in caravan toilet sentenced to 14 weeks in prison
RSPCA office says death of Neo locked in cubicle is ‘the saddest thing I have ever seen’
A dog owner from Runcorn who left a Great Dane to starve to death in a caravan toilet has been sentenced to 14 weeks in prison.
Halton Magistrates Court heard yesterday that Anthony Astles, 41, of Holt Lane, left his black Great Dane Neo locked in the ‘tiny’ cubicle.
The caravan was kept on a pallet yard and it was only after a recent-recruited worker stumbled upon it that Leo’s emaciated corpse was found.
He had been locked in a tiny caravan toilet and starved and the floor was covered in excrement.
Unemployed Anthony Astles was sentenced to 14 week custodial sentence…
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