Dozens of Great Danes in the Cruella de Vil puppy mill were left for days at a time without water in stinking airless rooms, new court documents reveal. And blueblood owner Tina Fay once stapled together a dog's gaping wound while refusing to clean it or give the animal antibiotics, the papers claim. Now the veterinarian who police believe could have prevented the horrific abuse could be facing charges herself as the police probe into the case widens.
The sheer joy and bounce in Caesar’s step is unmistakable as he bounds around the dog park at a New Hampshire animal rescue center. Anyone can tell how much the huge Great Dane is enjoying himself now he is free from the horrors of his Cruella de Vil-like former owner. For the next few weeks all the black and white giant has to do is wait in his kennel for a permanent owner to come along and adopt him and give him the love and tenderness he has craved all his life.
The gray-haired ‘Cruella de Vil-type’ dog breeder accused of mistreating dozens of Great Danes in a stately mansion puppy mill is facing financial ruin and the possibility of years behind bars. Authorities are looking to charge Christina ‘Tina’ Fay, 59, in up to 200 neglect cases along with federal charges connected with interstate trade and environmental and zoning violations, the local police chief told DailMail.com exclusively. She was arrested on two misdemeanor counts of neglect on June 16.
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Selecting a term
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