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Shortsville couple charged with starving nine year old Doberman Pinscher

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The Ontario County Sheriff's Office and the Ontario County Humane Society arrested a couple from Shortsville, N.Y. earlier this week and charged them with felony aggravated animal cruelty after discovering an emaciated Doberman Pinscher left in a cage in a child's bedroom reported whec.com.

Shawn Fenner, 41, and Kymmberlie Fullagar, 42, were arrested at their Shortsville Road home when the nine-year-old dog named Isis was found in a metal crate draped over with blankets and clothes.

Isis is now in the custody of the Ontario County Humane Society.

The couple are scheduled to appear in court.

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Child Protective Services are also involved. More charges against the couple are expected.

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