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Scots couple in lifetime pet ban after 'starved' Rottweilers kept in faeces-filled kitchen

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A Scots couple have been banned from keeping animals for life after their two extremely underweight dogs were found with no food or water in a kitchen smeared in faeces and urine.

The Rottweilers were ravenous when Scottish SPCA inspectors came to their rescue in June last year, desperately trying to find anything that looked like food.

Health checks found both pooches had fighting wounds on their ears and head. George Todd, 71, and Mary Walton, 62, pled guilty to failing to provide an adequate diet and veterinary care to their four-year-old Rottweiler, Beau, and two-year-old Rottweiler, Nala, at Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court on January 17.

The pair, from Methil in Fife, previously had warnings over their treatment of animals a number of years ago. In a statement, the SSPCA told of their relief that the couple will not be able to cause "further harm" to animals after the investigation ended with a conviction.Inspector Robyn Gray said: “The Scottish SPCA has previously removed animals from Todd and Walton’s care in 2017, and the couple were given a Procurator Fiscals warning.“We attended the locus in June 2022 after receiving a report of dog neglect to our animal helpline.

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