It has come to light that a trainer at the TyCalK9 Dog Training Center in Arcola, Texas, was seen on camera assaulting one of the dogs in his care. This is being looked at by the Fort Bend County District Attorney’s Office. The dogs of celebrities, including NBA players and reality show stars, are trained at TyCalK9’s Animal Center. The community thinks the dog’s life is in jeopardy while in the coach’s care, at least according to the viral video. The disturbing footage shows a trainer smashing a chained German shepherd to the concrete floor. The trainer has the dog in a headlock and is gripping the leash. After the ordeal, the dog could be heard moaning in pain as it tried to get up.
Video of dog mistreatment that went viral is explored
KTRK-TV in ARCOLA, Texas, the Fort Bend County dog whose trainer was accused of abusing it after it went popular on social media is doing OK. A trainer can be seen in the viral video smashing a dog to the ground after taking it up by the leash. Eventually, the dog’s crying as it struggles to stand up can be heard. This footage was supposedly shot at the TyCalK9 Dog Training Center in Arcola. It went viral, resulting in a major outcry. Official footage of the dog, called Mugshot, playing and appearing healthy in the outdoors was just released by the Fort Bend County District Attorney’s Office. The district attorney has confirmed that his office is investigating the allegations of animal mistreatment against the institution.
The trainer of TyCalK9 is being investigated for animal cruelty
There was an investigation into the event when it became viral. The following is an official statement that was released by the District Attorney’s Office (DA) in response to the disturbing video: “The District Attorney’s Office is actively investigating an animal cruelty report regarding a video on social media portraying the alleged abuse of a dog in Fort Bend County.” [DA] “The District Attorney’s Office is actively investigating an animal cruelty allegation regarding a video on social media depicting the alleged.
The inquiry is still on, so we can’t say much more than that we take animal cruelty very seriously and won’t stand for it under any circumstances. Skilled animal cruelty experts and prosecutors are currently conducting a thorough investigation. Hatred for the trainer quickly spread online as the video became viral. People have suggested locking up the trainer. People who read the news also looked for the man in question on social media. Even though it hasn’t been proven, some people think his name was Manuel Golden.
After the video went viral, TyCalK9 removed their Instagram profile, and the animal trainer was never identified. Google claims that the training centre is closed for good. Personal protection and advanced obedience were only two of the specialized training options available from TyCalK9 as part of the company’s Specified training services for Elite customers. The Houston SPCA has reportedly volunteered its cooperation with ABC 13’s animal abuse probe.