Ensure the maximum punishment for dog trainer who abused customer’s pets
A Princeton dog trainer is being accused of severe animal abuse. Michael G. Rosenberg is facing charges for causing the death of one dog and injuring another. As a dog trainer, it was his job to take care of people’s pets and instead he inflicted harm to them. This man needs to be punished for his actions.
A three-year-old German shepherd died after suffering from hypothermia and four broken ribs, which also punctured a lung. Rosenberg hit the dog with a crop whip, slammed the dog into the ground and jabbed his fingers into the dog’s ribs. He neglected to take the dog to receive medical care afterwards, which inevitably led to the pet’s death.