Three dogs were found in a ‘shocking’ state by RSPCA inspectors after being mistreated by a Leeds woman.
Charlotte Mountain, 26, of Victoria Avenue, Yeadon, was this week banned from keeping animals for five years after admitting allowing dogs Gismo, Rino and Bingo to suffer.
Mountain appeared at Bradford Magistrates Court on Wednesday where she was sentenced for three charges of animal neglect.
The bull breed dogs were suffering from severe skin and eye conditions, which saw two of them lose extensive amounts of fur.
Mountain had previously pleaded guilty to failing to meet the needs of female Gismo and male Rino by failing to protect them from pain, suffering, injury or disease; causing unnecessary suffering to female Bingo by failing to seek vet care for her infected and inflamed eyes and causing unnecessary suffering to Gismo and Rino by failing to seek vet care for their chronic skin conditions.
As well as the ban, she was also given a 10-week curfew and ordered to pay £100 costs.
RSPCA inspector Nikki Cheetham said: “These dogs were in a shocking state when they came to our attention and could not have looked more different after getting the treatment they needed.
“Gismo had virtually no hair on her body and her skin was red raw from sarcoptic mange. She really was a sad sight. Rino wasn’t much better.”
The dogs came to the RSPCA’s attention last June.
Mountain’s partner, Timothy Davy, 27, of Stonegate Road, Thorpe Edge, Bradford was found guilty of two neglect charges at trial and banned from keeping animals for five years.