- Bedfordshire - case study one
A couple admitted the 'appalling' neglect of an Old English sheepdog which became trapped in a two-stone tangled ball of his own hair because they were too embarrassed to take him out to get him treated.
- Bedfordshire - case study two
A man used gratuitous violence towards his pet bull terrier beating her with a metal lead, a broom handle and slamming her head into a wall
- Berkshire - case study one
A 53-year-old vet based in Berkshire was struck off from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons after being found guilty of causing unnecessary suffering to two dogs, Red and Maisy and a cat named Gus.
- Berkshire - case study two
A couple were disqualified from keeping cats for life after their longhaired tabby cat, called Mel, was discovered in an appalling condition
- Bristol - case study one
A White Sussex chicken known as Crombie endured terrible fear and suffering at the hands of the boys who were part of a larger group of teenagers.
- Bristol - case study two
A man was convicted of causing unnecessary suffering to a terrier cross becasue he failed to treat the dogs fleas.
- Buckinghamshire - case study one
A 66-year-old woman from Buckinghamshire who kept 60 Collie cross type dogs in appalling conditions was disqualified from keeping animals for life.
References to being disqualified from 'keeping' for disqualification orders made under the Animal Welfare Act 2006 refer to the full extent of section 34(2) of that Act which includes owning, keeping, participating in the keeping of and being party to an arrangement under which they are entitled to influence the way that animals are kept.