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Redhill man who starved dog is jailed

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Thursday, 29 November 2012

Surrey --

A DESPICABLE dog owner has been jailed for causing unnecessary suffering to his five-year-old American bulldog.

Shane Setterfield of Wye House in Redhill was given a 20-week custodial sentence and banned for keeping dogs for five years when he appeared at Redhill Magistrates' Court last Tuesday.

He was found...
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