Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Puppy Thrown into Air, Allowed to Hit Cement Doing Well in Manitoba

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Puppy Thrown into Air, Allowed to Hit Cement Doing Well in Manitoba

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Puppy thrown into air doing well; man sentenced

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WINNIPEG - A German shepherd puppy thrown into the air and allowed to slam into concrete in Manitoba is doing well and has found a forever home.

Dr. Corey Bartley of Dakota Veterinary Hospital in Winnipeg says Asha came in last week to be spayed.

Bartley says Asha is doing fantastic and is now 36 kilograms of pure friendliness.

The vet says Asha has no long-term injuries after being abused in July.

Jesse Young, who is 19, was sentenced to two months in jail for animal cruelty.

A video of Young tossing nine-week-old Asha into the air in Easterville on July 26 was posted on Facebook.

Young was also sentenced to three months in jail for injuring an animal in February.

The foster family that took Asha after she was injured has decided to keep her for good, says Bartley. …

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