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An Ohio doctor and the doctor said that he was acting out of self-defense on Saturday when he beat his 5-year-old English Mastiff with a hammer and then shot the dog, according to the officials of the ministry of justice.
The authorities responded to the home of Joseph Stubbers in West Harrison, Ind., after a neighbor grew concerned for the dog, and a Cooper by trade, and called 911 after noticing the man was cleaning the garage with bleach.
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Joseph Stubbers, was arrested after he allegedly beat his dog with a hammer, and a good shot, prosecutors said.
(Dearborn County Jail)
When deputies responded, they discovered a “stain of blood, a hose is turned on, bleach sitting on top of a trash can, and one live .40-caliber round stuck on the ramp,” the Dearborn/Ohio County Prosecutor wrote in a press release.
Deputies said the two spent .40-caliber rounds, and a ball were also found in the house.
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The investigators followed a trail of blood to the front of the house, where she saw a big dog on the porch, with the doors open and licking the inside of her arm.” The dog’s right eye had been “mutilated,” and it was the fresh blood from it, according to the officials of the ministry of justice.
Stubbers also told deputies the dog attacked him, and he felt like he “had to get the dog to go down tonight.” When the deputy told him that the dog was still alive, Stubbers, reportedly said the dog is “locked” on to his arm, before Stubbers the dog to beat it with a hammer in self-defense.
The delegates stated that they did not see any stains on the Stubbers’ arms, which would indicate that the dog attacked him.
A neighbor told WKRC that the Cooper is a nice dog.
“A really good dog,” he said to the man, who was not identified. “Fed-Ex, UPS and the big companies love them when they come in to make deliveries. Just a great dog.”
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Stubbers, who is reportedly the owner of the Fairfield Primary Care in Ohio was charged with misdemeanor cruelty to animals.
Officials said the dog was taken in by the Dearborn County Animal Control and was being treated by the vets.