London Miner is seen punching her dog in two screenshots

Animal Hope & Wellness Foundation/Facebook

Video shows woman punching dog with boxing gloves on

'I hit him so hard; I felt that too.'

May 6, 2020, 3:38 pm

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Samira Sadeque 

Samira Sadeque

This post contains graphic content in relation to animal cruelty.

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The Idaho Humane Society is investigating after a video showing a woman punching her dog went viral on social media, according to KTVB7.

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The Animal Hope & Wellness Foundation shared the video to Facebook on Monday and identified the woman in it as London Miner.

The less-than-a-minute long video shows Miner punching her German Shepherd in the face multiple times.

Her name is London Miner and she lives in Boise, ID 83709. This was uploaded on social media – a video of her hitting her dog and punching him, which was posted on the Internet..We do not know any other details, but are asking for information and help from the public so we can have Idaho authorities intercede, check in, and remove this animal from the household..For information in regards to this video, whereabouts and the person – policy@animalhopeandwellness.org. Please share this video!.@dogsofahwf @animalhopeinlegislation

Posted by The Animal Hope & Wellness Foundation on Monday, May 4, 2020
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In the video, Miner is seen wearing boxing gloves, punching her dog from alternating sides 10 times. The dog attempts to jump up at her in between punches.

A man, presumably the one filming, is heard laughing throughout the video.

“I hit him so hard; I felt that too,” the woman says at the camera after her last punch.

The video has since been viewed almost 400,000 times, with thousands of comments calling for the dog to be rescued.

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Following the video being posted to social media, “an overwhelming number” of phone calls and reports were made to the Idaho Humane Society, its Animal Care and Control said, per KTVB7.

According to the society, the investigation is “pending review at the local prosecutor’s office for a charging decision.”

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*First Published: May 6, 2020, 3:38 pm