During a traffic stop in New York City, cops rescued two abused Great Dane puppies and their mother

During a traffic stop in New York City, cops rescued two abused Great Dane puppies and their mother

Sunday, police said that seven mistreated Great Dane puppies and their “emaciated” mother were rescued in Queens when NYPD officers stopped a Philadelphia vehicle for a noise violation.

The NYPD’s 104 Precinct tweeted, “Last night, your 104 NCOs rescued this starving mother and her seven puppies after locating them during a traffic check on Woodhaven Boulevard.”

“The owner was charged with many counts of animal cruelty. Mom and pups are presently in the care of a veterinarian.”

The cops stopped Ravon Service, 27, at 2:00 p.m. on Woodhaven Boulevard due to his vehicle’s loud exhaust system, according to police.

An NYPD representative stated, “Upon stopping the vehicle, police saw a malnourished dog and six puppies in a container with no access to food, water, or proper room.”

Images depict canines crowded into a tiny plastic container with the mother’s ribs protruding from her side.

The mother was so emaciated that her ribs were protruding.

Service was charged with eight charges of animal cruelty and eight counts of cruelty to a confined animal. Additionally, he was charged with seven charges of animal cruelty and excessive noise, according to police.

 

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