Lancaster County Breeder Charged For Animal Cruelty


>>Lancaster County Breeder Charged For Animal Cruelty

(New Holland, PA) -- A breeder in Lancaster County is facing several animal cruelty charges after he allegedly used a heated kitchen knife to perform a procedure on a dog. The Pennsylvania S-P-C-A announced yesterday that Ray Martin of New Holland is being charged with a felony count of intentionally or knowingly torturing an animal and a misdemeanor count of failing to provide veterinary care to an animal at imminent risk of serious bodily injury. Officials say the incident happened in July last year when Martin used the heated knife to burn off an inflamed portion of the dog's eyelid.


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