Death threats for Sheffield dog day care centre after ‘abuse’ video storm
Staff at a doggy daycare centre are caught on camera kicking pooches and throwing toys at their heads as pets are heard whimpering and crying in the background
- Staff at a dog daycare centre appear to kick pooches entrusted into their care
- Ex-employees of The Doggy Den in Sheffield, claim they secretly filmed the clip
- They say they wanted to lift the lid on the ‘horrific abuse’
This is the horrifying moment staff at a dog daycare centre appear to kick and throw toys at pooches entrusted into their care.
Former employees of The Doggy Den in Sheffield, claim they secretly filmed the footage to lift the lid on the ‘horrific abuse’.
In one of the videos, at least 20 dogs fill a room with only two members of staff watching over them.
In more footage, the pets can be seen pacing a large, empty room, while a Dalmatian is heard whimpering and crying in a cage in the back of the building.
This is the horrifying moment staff at a dog daycare centre appear to kick pooches entrusted into their care
The videos, which only came to light yesterday, were allegedly captured between March and December last year by ex-workers who said they were previously too afraid to highlight the treatment of the animals for fear of losing their jobs.
Tom Greatorex, manager of The Doggy Den, said the videos showed ‘isolated incidents’.
Jess Hutcheson, 26, of Chesterfield, who worked at The Doggy Den for eight months in 2017, recorded some of the videos.
She said: ‘I took these videos in March last year and made my manager aware of them.
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