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A man approved to asphyxiate the ancestors dog because his adolescent son was allergic to dogs and attempts to acquisition it a new home had failed, a cloister was told.
Cable ties had been acclimated to tie a bristles litre boom of baptize to the dog’s collar, the cloister heard.
The Jack Russell was rescued by a affiliate of Drogheda River Rescue, which was alerted by gardai in Drogheda.
Dundalk Circuit Cloister heard that Ivo Sprogis, with an abode at The Park, Martello Village, Drogheda, pleaded accusable to attempting to asphyxiate the dog on 19 July 2016 in a aqueduct abreast Oldbridge, Co Meath.
The cloister heard gardaí in Drogheda accustomed a alarm to say that there was a dog disturbing in the aqueduct 100 metres from the access to Oldbridge House.
Drogheda River Rescue affiliate Alan Floyd took the alarm and accustomed on the arena at 7.30am.
After ten account analytic he heard a dog barking and he got into the baptize and begin the dog beneath trees. He noticed the dog had the bristles litre boom absorbed to its collar with cable ties.
Mr Floyd succeeded in bringing the dog to dry acreage and acid off the four cable ties.
The dog was wet, algidity and awkward and he brought it to a vet who begin it was micro-chipped and registered to area the accused lived.
CCTV showed he had been arena with the dog afore aggravating to asphyxiate it.
When gardaí batten to him he anon accepted he had attempted to asphyxiate the dog and was sorry. He said his adolescent son was allergic to dogs and the dog could not be kept.
The Judge heard he and his wife had asked accompany and colleagues to booty the dog and one had said they would rehome it but again larboard a bulletin to say they could not go ahead.
Sergeant Peter Cooney told the cloister that the dog is how active away with a new buyer and has absolutely recovered.
Passing sentence, Judge Michael O’Shea said it had been a ancestors dog for one-and-a-half years and the parents did not appetite the adolescent demography medication so approved to accept the dog taken by the batter or rehomed.
The accused had fabricated “a ad-lib quick accommodation to asphyxiate the dog and absitively to go to the River Boyne.”
He said the accused had absolutely co-operated with the investigation, bidding anguish and has compassionate into his behaviour.
He imposed a six ages bastille book which he abeyant on his entering into a €200 acceptable behaviour band for six months.
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