White told police she had stabbed the dog several times and killed him with her knife "because she had to and was sorry."

“I Was Mad At You” Florida Woman Arrested After Stabbing Husbands Dog To Death

A Florida woman has been arrested and charged with the killing of a dog after an argument with her husband.

Deputies say, Sherry Ann White, 51, was arguing with her husband and stabbed the dog, named Jake, nine times.

Investigators say White woke up her husband at their home in Canaveral Groves Blvd to tell him what she had done to Jake.

“Sadly, unfortunately, I find myself standing at the southern port of our jail once again to make an arrest on an animal abuse case. This one is sickening, I can’t tell you to any more degree how sickening this one is,” said Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey.

“This is a case that started off as a domestic issue off of Canaveral Groves Blvd. The two spouses were engaged in an argument, the husband went to bed, he was awakened later in the night by his wife telling him that she had stabbed his dog,” Ivey continued.

"He did everything he could to save the dog's life, he and a friend that he called. I am going to put her right where she belongs, me and agent Straten are going to walk her into jail."
Sheriff Wayne Ivey Of Jake

“When I tell you that she stabbed his dog, I am going to show you the pictures, I want to warn you that they are extremely graphic in nature.”

“This is absolutely disgusting. She is being arrested for aggravated animal abuse, animal cruelty. Sadly her bond is only $2,000 and I promise you that I am going to work with our legislators to make sure this changes.

“This is the case where we are making an arrest on probable cause, that is the bond for this. What I can tell you is that this woman has no remorse. She literally woke her husband up and said I stabbed your dog because I was mad at you.

“He did everything he could to save the dog’s life, he and a friend that he called. I am going to put her right where she belongs, me and agent Straten are going to walk her into jail,’ said Ivey.

White has been charged with animal cruelty and aggravated animal abuse. White is currently in jail with a bond of $2,000.

Last week, Sheriff Ivey took to social media to tell the story of a 6-year-old child who was living in filth with caged and emaciated animals.

Ivey said animal enforcement officers were walking up the steps of the hotel and they could actually smell the ammonia coming out of the room from all the feces and urine was there.

Kristen Willoughby, who was inside the room with five cats and four dogs, five cats and four dogs, and a 6-year-old child. 

DCF was called to the scene to assist and Ivey was not happy with the results. “What a useless group that was. Zero, they did on this case. They didn’t even try to take the child from the mom and put it in the hands of the grandparents who were desperately trying to save this child’s life,” said Ivey.

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