‘The Clinic’ at a Kroger in the Bronx
A pet clinic in the neighborhood of the Bronx has been a hotbed of pet-related problems for more than a decade.
The clinic is called The Clinic, and it’s the site of the latest controversy.
On Saturday, the local police announced that a woman who had been abusing dogs at the clinic had been arrested.
The woman, who has not been identified, had been using the dogs for her personal use.
But the police are now calling the clinic the “pets clinic,” a term that describes the facility where the dogs are kept.
The NYPD has taken the initiative to stop the abuse of dogs at Pet Clinic, where the owner was arrested on charges of animal cruelty and abuse of a companion animal.
The owner has also been charged with aggravated assault.
The police report details the abuse that has been going on at the facility.
According to the report, an employee of the clinic has a history of harassing and abusing dogs.
The woman was also known to be a drug user and to be involved in petty crime.
The clinic’s website states that the owner “has a history and a history involving dogs.”
The owner’s history of using dogs for personal purposes is also documented.
According the police report, the clinic was not registered with the city of New York until February 2017.
The registration paperwork stated that the owners license had expired in July 2017, but the woman’s license remained active.
The city has no record of a registration for the clinic.
It has not provided an explanation for the woman being arrested.
Pet Clinic was previously owned by a family that also has multiple dog ownership licenses.
Police say the owner, who is married, “was not registered to sell or provide services to animals.”
According to NBC New York, the woman was “possessed of an unlicensed dog, which is a violation of the Animal Welfare Act.”
Police were also investigating a possible animal cruelty incident involving the woman.
She was arrested for allegedly kicking a police dog that was being restrained by another dog and injuring it.
The New York Post reports that police arrested the woman at her apartment, where she had allegedly been sleeping in a chair with a dog.
The Post reports she was charged with assault with a deadly weapon.
A police spokesperson said the charges are “baseless.”
“We take all complaints seriously and will investigate any allegations of animal abuse,” the spokesperson said.
“The owner of Pet Clinic has been ordered to take action and pay a fine, the amount due, and to not be in the vicinity of dogs,” the police spokesperson added.
The Police Department declined to comment on the case.