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Court Results 2015

Published: 11 December 2015

A Bridgewater woman was convicted in the Hobart Magistrates Court on 11/12/2015 for the offence of failing to appropriately feed her dog. The penalty issued was 6 weeks imprisonment suspended for 3 years, to be of good behaviour for those 3 years, a 3 year custody ban on dogs, and to reimburse the RSPCA for costs incurred. Before Photo 1 Before Photo 2 Before Photo 3 After Photo 1 After Photo 2

Published: 10 November 2015

A Burnie man was convicted in the Burnie Magistrates Court on 10/11/2015 for the offences of failing to appropriately feed and failing to vet or appropriately treat one dog. The penalty issued was a $450 fine and a 2 year custody ban on dogs. The animal in question was ordered into the custody of the RSPCA. Before photo 1 Before photo 2 After photo

Published: 28 August 2015

A Deloraine man and woman appeared in the Launceston Magistrates Court on 24/08/2015 for the offences of failing to vet or appropriately treat a number of goats, failing to appropriately feed the goats, and failing to appropriately feed a number of cattle. The penalty issued was no conviction and to be of good behaviour for 3 years. They were also banned from having custody of no more than 150 sheep, 70 goats and 22 cattle for that duration. A number of animals were humanely put to sleep while some remained under instruction. Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Photo 6

Published: 18 August 2015

A Lunawanna woman was convicted in the Hobart Magistrates Court on 11/08/2015 for the offences of failing to appropriately manage and failing to appropriately feed one horse. The penalty issued was a $1,000 fine and a 2 year custody ban on equines. The animal in question was previously surrendered to the RSPCA. Horse before photo Horse after photo Horse feet before photo Horse feet after photo

Published: 13 August 2015

A West Ulverstone man was convicted in the Devonport Magistrates Court on 11/08/2015 for the offence of failing to appropriately feed a dog. The penalty issued was a $1,400 fine, a 1 year custody ban on no more than 1 dog, and to reimburse the RSPCA for costs incurred. The animal in question was previously ordered into the custody of the RSPCA and has been adopted. Before photo 1 Before photo 2 After photo 1 After photo 2

Published: 01 December 2015

A Nook man and woman were convicted in the Devonport Magistrates Court on 30/11/15 for the offences of failing to appropriately feed four horses, failing to appropriately manage the four horses relating to lice, failing to appropriately manage the four horses relating to worm burden, and failing to appropriately manage two of the horses relating to rain scald. The penalty issued was a $10,000 fine. The horses were surrendered to the RSPCA, three of which were rehomed but one was humanely put to sleep. Photo horse 1 Photo horse 2 Photo horse 3 Photo horse 4

 

Published: 31 August 2015

A previously of Georgetown woman was convicted in the Hobart Magistrates Court on 25/08/2015 for the offences of failing to appropriately manage two ponies, failing to appropriately feed the two ponies, and failing to comply with an instruction. The penalty issued was to be of good behaviour for two years and not have custody of any horses or ponies for that period. The two animals in question were previously surrendered and rehomed. Pony 1 before Pony 1 after Pony 2 before Pony 2 after

Published: 21 August 2015

A Lower Turners Marsh man was convicted in the Launceston Magistrates Court on 18/08/2015 on four counts of failing to appropriately manage groups of poultry and birds, two counts of failing to provide appropriate water to groups of poultry and birds, two counts of failing to appropriately feed groups of poultry and birds, and one count of failing to comply with an instruction. The penalty issued was 6 months imprisonment suspended for 18 months, a 5 year custody ban on all birds, and to reimburse the RSPCA for costs incurred. Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5

Published: 13 August 2015

A Latrobe man was convicted in the Devonport Magistrates Court on 11/08/2015 for the offences of failing to appropriately feed two dogs and failing to vet or appropriately treat one of those dogs. The penalty issued was a $2,100 fine. The animals in question were previously surrendered and have been adopted. Dog 1 before photo Dog 1 after photo Dog 2 before photo Dog 2 after photo

Published: 21 July 2015

A Wivenhoe man was convicted in the Burnie Magistrates Court on 20/07/2015 for the offence of breaching an animal custody order. The penalty issued was a $350 fine. The animal in question, a black Labrador, was ordered into the custody of the RSPCA.

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