Dog Seized in Polk Animal Cruelty Case

| February 12, 2018

POLK, Pa. (EYT) – A 28-year-old Polk man is facing animal cruelty charges.

According to a report released by Franklin-based State Police, on Monday, February 5, a dog was seized from an unnamed 28-year-old Polk man after it was left outside a residence along Georgetown Road in Frenchcreek Township.

Police said the dog was left outside for “most of the day” while temperatures only reached 21 degrees.

According to police, the dog did not have food, water, or shelter.

It was taken to the Venango County Humane Society.

Animal cruelty charges are pending.


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