FORT WORTH - A veterinarian was convicted Tuesday of felony animal cruelty for bludgeoning a neighbor's miniature dachshund to death last year with a log-splitting maul after the dog got into his back yard in Colleyville.
Volosen faces a maximum of two years in jail and a $10,000 fine.
In September 2002, he killed a black Labrador retriever, Coty, with a blunt object after the dog killed several rabbits and chickens, according to a police report filed by Volosen.
An official with the Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners in Austin, which licenses veterinarians, said the conviction does not mean Volosen's license will be automatically suspended. Volosen has no history of disciplinary action, according to the board.
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TEE-HEE!! Go to jail you bastard!
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