Video Of Woman Boxing Her Dog On Snapchat Sparks Humane Investigation

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This story is quite unsettling and disturbing, but this woman needs to be called out for disgusting actions. In addition, the dog in question and all other animals should be removed from this woman’s care – immediately.

There is nothing entertaining, fun or funny about this woman’s ‘training’ techniques.

An investigation has been launched in Idaho after the woman in question, London Miner, was seen punching her dog on Snapchat.

It’s disgusting to watch for sure…

Miner can be seen punching the German shepherd in the head, while the cameraman can be heard in the background saying: “We’re boxing animals. Where’s Sarah McLachlan?” After this, they can be heard laughing.

At the end of the horrendous video, Miner admits: “I hit him so hard, I felt that through.”

The original poster of the video has removed it, but that didn’t stop people from sharing their responses and pictures of the abuse…

The viral clip sparked outrage, with many calling for Miner to be prosecuted.

After the “overwhelming” number of phone calls and emails regarding the welfare of the dog, the Idaho Humane Society launched an investigation into the video.

The society posted to their Facebook page, writing:There is a video circulating through social media which we will not repost due to its content which originated in the Treasure Valley. It has been shared through many social media networks and our Animal Care and Control office is receiving an overwhelming number of phone calls and emails.

They continued:

“We started an official investigation as a result of this video. This morning the individual was identified and we sent a Humane Officer to discuss the situation. The investigation is currently pending review at the local prosecutor’s office for a charging decision.”

They announced that if Miner is prosecuted, they may press charges on “beating and harassing animals” which states under the law that any person found guilty of whipping, beating, or treating any animal with cruel intentions can be charged with a misdemeanor.

People are more concerned with getting the dog and future animals out of the care of Miner. 

The post went on: “The Idaho Humane Society works to protect all animals from abuse. We also believe that because domestic animals are a product of human intervention, we have a very special obligation to them in regard to humane treatment and responsible stewardship.”

The Idaho Humane Society has made a claim that if Miner is charged, she could face up to 6 months in prison or a $5,000 fine.