Police say witnesses called them to complain that the dog was being abused. But that is not what the couple says happened. They say there are two sides to every story.
The couple says they routinely take their dog to the park to run and play and this incident has been blown out of proportion.
Meanwhile, the dog is in the care of the Anna Shelter until the couple's preliminary hearing. And it appears that there are more troubles ahead for the couple.
Police say when Gentile's went to district Judge Tom Robie's office on Monday so that Gail could to plead not guilty to public drunkenness in connection with the dog incident, Jeffery hit a parked car in the parking lot and was charged with a DUI.