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I really love Bedlington, I really do, but some days I am ashamed to breathe the same fine air as people who do this:

Dog Horror

Please, if anyone hears owt... turn the swines in. After a good kicking.

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I really love Bedlington, I really do, but some days I am ashamed to breathe the same fine air as people who do this:

Dog Horror

Please, if anyone hears owt... turn the swines in. After a good kicking.

I was reading about that earlier, they have a video about it here.

The dog`s been named `Lugless Douglas` :mellow:

Whoever done it needs birching.

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sad to think people can be so cruel to man best friend!

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sad to think people can be so cruel to man best friend!

when they catch the ( I was going to say Animal, but animals have no cruelty in them ) Non Human that did this they should cut the ears off in public and give them a serious public stoning

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My uncle Sparky Aynsley (Stobhill, Morpeth) raced dogs years ago at Gosforth Park, he kept them until they reached a natural death. They should cut there lugs of and sell tickets for the venue, then donate the dosh to the RSPCA.

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