‘Severely injured’ puppies brought in for treatment leads to arrest of Saginaw County man | News

A Saginaw County male was jailed after several pets were given a veterinarian’s workplace over a period of months with serious injuries.

“We received a call from a veterinarians office about an individual who had a dog that was injured in a dog attack,” stated Saginaw County Animal Care and Control director Bonnie Kanicki.

That remained in June and the very first of numerous require Kanicki including the very same individual.

“The individual at the vet’s office declined treatment and took the dog with him and that dog later died.

Then in December another puppy was severely injured.

“Saying he found him walking down the street in the city and it was in such a horrific condition due to his injuries that there was no way he could walk,” Kanicki stated.

Extreme injuries that Kanicki states corresponded with a pet attack. She states the owner, 60 years of age Daniel Montrel Jr .of Buena Vista ultimately confessed the young puppy was his which something in his yard assaulted him. The puppy was transferred to Saginaw County Animal Care and Control for emergency situation surgical treatment.

“A veterinarian literally saved the puppies life,” she stated.

Kanicki states that 3 weeks later on, in early January Montrel was back with another severely hurt young puppy. This all resulted in an examination in which more hurt young puppies were discovered living in terrible conditions.

“With the assistance of Buena Vista Township Police Department, we executed a search warrant and took 2 more adult dogs and 4 more puppies,” Kanicki stated.

They took an overall of 3 adult pets and 7 young puppies. The male adult pet is thought to be accountable for the attacks. The owner of the animals was apprehended.

“The individual was arrested, and he was arraigned so now we’re pending a court date,” she stated.

Montrel deals with one count of animal ruthlessness of approximately 10 or more pets.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.