The severed head of a dog was left Tuesday outside the front door of the head of an Israeli farming community near Beit Shemesh, police said.
The dog, a German Shepherd, belonged to the son of the head of Moshav Ness Harim, located seven kilometers east of Beit Shemesh, and the carcass was left near the door of his son's house.
The identity of the animal abuser is known to police who said that the motive for the attack was a dispute between the two men.
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