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Man receives charges of animal cruelty

A Suffolk County man is facing felony charges for abandoning his 2 year old Doberman pinscher in an empty house without food or water. The dog was found in a closed bedroom dehydrated and almost dying. A New York Criminal Lawyer says the 20 year old man faces up to 2 years in prison along with numerous fines for aggravated animal cruelty. He is out on $1,500 bail. According to the SPCA the man has admitted that the dog was his. The 19 pound dog is now being treated at a local animal hospital in Plainview. Once he has fully recovered he will be available for adoption. The defenant is due back in court to determine the outcome of his case and will need a qualified legal counsel to help him in his quest for freedom.

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