A person is dealing with quite a few animal cruelty expenses after swimmers discovered a canine useless in a river tied to a block of cement.
The person was charged with animal cruelty after a useless canine was discovered weighed down with a cement block underwater in Sydney’s south over the weekend.
About noon on Saturday police have been known as to Yowie Bay after the canine was discovered by swimmers.
Police divers retrieved the two-year-old Belgian Malinois and took it to a vet for a submit mortem examination.
Police then searched a property at Miranda on Monday and seized greater than 117 grams of hashish and different gadgets.
A 49-year-old man has been charged with torturing, beating and inflicting the dying of an animal, committing an act of aggravated cruelty on an animal and possessing a prohibited drug.
He was refused bail and can seem at Sutherland Native Courtroom on Tuesday.