The Florida man is accused of animal cruelty after beating the pet to loss of life

NAPLES, Fla. – A person from Naples is behind bars after brokers stated he beat his pet to loss of life in late July.

Robert William Garon, 23, was arrested on Thursday in reference to the beating loss of life of his five-month-old Goldendoodle pet, Buzz Lightyear.

The Collier County Sheriff’s Workplace initiated an investigation on Aug.2 after being contacted by Collier County Pet Providers concerning a suspected abuse case involving the pet.

The investigation confirmed that Garon and his girlfriend took the injured pet to the emergency animal hospital, 6530 Dudley Drive on July 29. The pet lived with the couple.

The couple had been unable to offer hospital employees with a proof for the pet’s accidents.

Goldendoodle, Buzz Lightyear. (Courtesy of the Collier County Sheriff’s Workplace)

The pet was moist, disoriented and unable to breathe usually. The canine couldn’t stand or raise his head. A veterinary examination revealed potential head accidents, bruises to the fitting ear and mouth, and muscle harm all through the physique.

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Regardless of the therapy, the pet died in hospital from his accidents.

A witness then contacted the hospital and instructed employees they heard Garon beat the pet on the night time of July 29.

The post-mortem report discovered that the canine’s loss of life was brought on by non-accidental blunt power trauma to the top and physique with secondary inside bleeding. Veterinarians imagine he suffered considerably from accidents sustained previous to loss of life.

“This is among the worst instances of animal abuse we have seen,” Sheriff Kevin Rambosk stated. “No animal ought to ever undergo such a loss of life.”

Throughout an investigation, investigators decided that Garon had inflicted the accidents.

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