Lancaster woman denies failing to get treatment for dog's broken leg
A woman is being prosecuted over allegations no vet treatment was sought for a dog that had suffered a broken leg and ribs.
Pet owner Tara Freda McMenamin, 34, of Crossgill Place, Lancaster, denies a charge of causing unnecessary suffering to a protected animal.
It is alleged between March 22 and 28 last year she failed to provide vet attention to Cleo, an American bulldog, which had suffered injuries.
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