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Shocking moment man kicks dog on the street, leaves it bleeding

WARNING, DISTRESSING CONTET: A man has kicked his dog in the face in a sickening attack filmed by shocked pedestrians.

The man kicks the dog square in the jaw as it cowers on the pavement, sending the dog flying into the air.

The disturbing incident was filmed by a pedestrian on Park Road in Toxteth in the UK city of Liverpool, about 4.20pm Wednesday, according to The Mirror.

“You don’t do that to a little dog,” a man yells at the attacker.

The man appeared to kick the dog in the jaw. Source: Facebook
The man appeared to kick the dog in the jaw. Source: Facebook

The man yells back, holding the dog by its lead and shouting a number of expletives.

A witness told the Liverpool Echo, blood splatters were found on the pavement from the dog after it had been kicked.

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“I was walking up with my earphones in when I saw a man rag his dog off the bus, he was booting it in the side and from behind,” he said.

“I thought it was one kick away from falling to the floor and dying, at that point everyone ran over confronting the man screaming at him.”

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The witness posted the video on Facebook in the hopes of identifying the man “roughly around 50-60 years old”.

A witness posted this photo saying the dog was bleeding after the attack. Source: Facebook
A witness posted this photo saying the dog was bleeding after the attack. Source: Facebook

He also posted photos of what looks like blood on the pavement.

RSPCA inspector Anthony Joynes said it was aware of the video.

"This cowardly and violent behaviour is appalling and a completely unacceptable way to treat a dog,” Mr Joynes said.

He’s called on witnesses to get in touch with the RSPCA.

A witness said this man was kicking the dog. Source: Facebook
A witness said this man was kicking the dog. Source: Facebook