Amanda Bynes’ ‘dog needs saving’

Amanda Bynes has infuriated dog park attendees through her allegedly abusive behaviour towards her dog.

Amanda Bynes has reportedly infuriated animal lovers for being an “awful” dog owner.

The 27-year-old former child actress is under a 5150 hold currently after dousing a woman’s driveway in Thousand Oaks, California.

She is accused of setting her Pomeranian pooch alight during the incident. The animal suffered “mild burns” and Amanda tried to rinse the gasoline-soaked animal at a nearby liquor store after starting the blaze.

Numerous people are concerned about the creature’s welfare.

Pet owners who frequently visit a dog park off 23rd Street and Madison Square Park in New York City have banded together to keep her away from the premises.

Apparently Amanda was a big nuisance when she went to the grounds while she lived in the Big Apple.

“So far the petition at our dog park has over 200 signatures to get her banned because of how awful she is,” a source told America’s OK! magazine.

“She never picks up after her dog. She barks and clucks at the other dogs and she encourages dog fights, because she thinks it is funny. Usually the park clears out when she comes in. The dog owners here are uncomfortable having this loose cannon around their ‘babies’. Owners were warning other owners at the dog park about Amanda.”

It is alleged Amanda seems to strike deep fear in her pooch.

According to observers the actress treats the dog “roughly”.

“Her dog seems afraid of her,” the insider said.

“Some people are worried that her little dog needs saving.”

Amanda is currently being evaluated by mental health professionals and apparently doctors believe she may be suffering from schizophrenia.

Now that she is taking prescription psychiatric medication which is clearing up her mind, she supposedly had the realisation she could have killed her dog.

“It’s truly sad because Amanda just loves animals and she was almost inconsolable when she realised what she did to her dog,” a source told Radar Online previously. “She would never intentionally hurt or harm any animal.”
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Thursday, 01. August 2013