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Court Results 2013

Published: 21 May 2015

A Deep Bay man was convicted in the Hobart Magistrates Court on 20/12/2013 for the offences of failing to appropriately feed two pigs. The penalty issued was 35 hours community service, 12 months supervised probation, and a custody ban on all animals for a period of 12 months. One of the animals in question was rehomed, the other was humanely put to sleep.

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Published: 21 May 2015

A Latrobe man was convicted in the Devonport Magistrates Court on 03/12/2013 for the offences of failing to appropriately feed two horses and failing to appropriately manage one of those horses. The penalty issued was a 2 year custody ban on equines and to reimburse RSPCA for costs incurred. The two animals in question were rehomed.

Published: 21 May 2015

A Frankford man was convicted in the Launceston Magistrates Court on 13/06/2013 for the offence of failing to maintain the hooves of a pony. The penalty issued was a $750 fine and a custody ban of no more than one pony.

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Published: 21 May 2015

A Gagebrook man was convicted in the Hobart Magistrates Court on 21/08/2013 for the offences of failing to provide veterinary or other appropriate treatment to 2 dogs, failing to appropriately feed 1 of those dogs, and failing to provide veterinary or other appropriate treatment and appropriate food to 2 cats. The penalty issued was 100 hours of community service, a 10 year custody ban on all domestic animals and to reimburse RSPCA for costs incurred.

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Published: 21 May 2015

A Georgetown woman was convicted in the Launceston Magistrates Court on 30/10/2013 for the offences of inappropriately managing 1 cat, 4 chickens and 8 dogs; failing to appropriately treat 8 dogs, and failing to appropriately water/feed 4 chickens. The penalty issued was a $1500 fine, a 4 year custody ban on domestic animals and to reimburse RSPCA for costs incurred. Photo 1

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Published: 21 May 2015

A Burnie woman appeared in the Burnie Magistrates Court on 9/12/2013 for the offence of inappropriate management of her dog. The penalty issued was no conviction and to be of good behaviour for 3 years, including not committing any animal welfare offences in that time. The animal in question has been retained by her. The photos were considered too graphic to display.

Published: 21 May 2015

A Mowbray man was convicted in the Launceston Magistrates Court on 27/08/2013 for the offence of failing to appropriately feed his cat. The penalty issued was 42 hours of community service and a 2 year custody ban on domestic animals. The animal in question was re-homed.

Published: 21 May 2015

A South Launceston woman was convicted in the Launceston Magistrates Court on 26/03/2013 for the offence of failing to appropriately manage her dog. The penalty issued was a $500 fine, a 5 year custody ban on dogs, and to reimburse RSPCA for costs incurred.

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Published: 21 May 2015

A New Norfolk man was convicted in the Hobart Magistrates Court on 22/11/2013 for the offences of failing to appropriately manage, and failing to vet or appropriately treat 3 dogs. The penalty issued was a $400 fine and an indefinite custody ban on all animals other than 2 dogs already at his residence. The animals in question were all rehomed.

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Published: 21 May 2015

Two Trevallyn women were each convicted in the Launceston Magistrates Court on 30/10/2013 for offences of failing to appropriately feed, water, vet/treat and exercise 7 cats. The penalty issued was a $1000 fine each, a 4 year custody ban on domestic animals each, and to reimburse RSPCA for costs incurred.

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