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Owner Banned From Keeping Dogs For Five Years After Sickening Footage Emerged Of Him Punching And Shouting At His Dog

**Warning: Upsetting content**

This is the shocking moment an evil man is caught repeatedly punching and shouting at his pet dog after dishing out a torrent of abuse.

Kieran Huelin, 36, can be seen towering over the petrified pooch called Rosie who cowers on a chair before angrily hitting her.

The RSPCA was called to investigate on June 14 after they were sent the two-minute video showing Heulin attacking the Staffordshire bull terrier at home.

Inspector Danni Jennings quickly recognised Huelin as the man in the video as well as the interior of the flat.

Huelin, of Bolton, Greater Mancs., was banned from keeping dogs for five years after pleading guilty to one charge under the Animal Welfare Act at Bolton Magistrates’ Court.

He was also given a 12-month community order – including an alcohol treatment order – and told to pay £800 costs as well as an £85 victim surcharge on Friday last week.

Inspector Jennings said in her witness statement that Rosie was in good bodily condition and was friendly and playful but showed submissive behaviour.

In the video, Huelin can be seen to hit and shout at Rosie while she is sat down on a number of occasions.

The RSPCA were also provided with some details of where the incident is said to have taken place.

Huelin signed Rosie over into RSPCA care while an investigation took place.

Speaking after the hearing, Inspector Jennings said: “Dog owners should always make sure their pets are handled properly and not stressed or endangered with any aggressive or anti-social behaviour.

“Training should always be reward-based and should not include physical punishment as this may cause pain, suffering and distress.

“Rosie is a lovely and bouncy dog in real life but on this footage she is quite the opposite.”

Rosie is now in the care of the RSPCA and will be placed up for adoption soon.

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