A woman will front a Queensland court next month after her two dogs were found starved to death in a greenhouse at her home.
A woman will face a Queensland court next month accused of starving her two dogs to death.
The withered bodies of the two animals were found in a greenhouse at the 45-year-old woman’s home in June last year.
Debra Louise Pridmore has been charged with four offences under the Animal Care and Protection Act, the RSPCA says.
Post mortems showed the dogs died from extreme malnourishment and dehydration. They also had severe hookworm infestations.
She’ll face the Ipswich Magistrates Court on Wednesday.