Police: Texas Man Shoots Neighbor Who Won’t Stop Beating Dog

Police are investigating the case of a Houston man who was shot in the neck by his neighbor. The neighbor allegedly became enraged upon seeing the victim beating his dog.

The shooting occurred on Wednesday morning when the victim, a man in his 20s, was reportedly seen beating a dog that was apparently barking all night long.

But as he was beating the animal, a neighbor, in his 60s, confronted the younger man over the cruelty.

The argument appears to have gotten very involved as, at some point, the pair parted ways and the elder man retrieved a shotgun.

The mother of the victim seemed to confirm to Houston’s KPRC channel 2 that there was a threatening argument or a physical confrontation before the pair parted and the elder man got his gun.

15 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • Tiger says:

    I have confronted a dog beater several times in my life and my boyfriend and I beat crap out of the guy. All dog abusers, animal abusers need to be beaten the way they beat the animals.

    Good for the old guy.

  • Phil Esposito says:

    I’d say the victim here was the dog.

  • Lorraine E says:

    The Animal Legal Defense attorneys should be contacted about abused animals. Plus the neighbor should have called the police and if they couldn’t respond, the local humane society.

    1. Traveller62 says:

      And after all those phone calls, the time taken to make those calls and ask for help would have been better spent going over and beating the holy HELL out of the guy beating his dog. Only a LIBERAL would take up too much time on the phone calling Animal Legal Defense attorneys, cryin’ to them, then calling the police, or the local humane society. By the time all that was done, the dog would have been dead from the beating!!! You need to screw your head on straight. We do things right the first time in Texas, and our governor agrees with the way we do things. You get seen beating your dog outside, someone will give you something to cry about.

  • Wingedgodd3ss says:

    Hope the dog gets a new home too.

    1. Rodney Steward says:

      I wish the dog in the White house would, like a mud hut in Kenya!

  • Sounds like this dog beater ticked off the wrong old man. At any rate…the dog beater needs jail time looks like… The old man needs more target practice maybe…a slap on the hand too btw…who knows…I wasn’t there

  • TeaPartyPatriot says:

    The old man shot thru a window into the wounded man’s house and they call it self defense? Sounds like a D’genrat defense to me.

    1. Climax says:

      I don’t know what happened? I was cleaning my shot gun and as I looked down the barrel, not really paying attention to where it was pointed, an explosion took place in the chamber and buckshot came out. It went some place but if it hit something it may not have been intentional. Oh, that guy, tell him I’m sorry that the buckshot drifted his direction, must have been the wind.

    2. Donnie Buchanan says:

      It is illegal to shoot into an occupied building. Both should be in jail.

  • Wingedgodd3ss says:

    I wouldn’t convict the old man. Dog beater should be in jail.

    1. Rodney Steward says:

      Or SHOT!!! 🙂

      1. Climax says:

        And he was! Good for Texas!

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      2. Wingedgodd3ss says:

        Right, I meant if he survived the shooting…otherwise 6 ft under.

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