The Nassau County SPCA is looking into a widely shared video that allegedly shows a person at a dog-training facility aggressively shoving a pole into an animal crate.

The video, posted late Friday night, shows a man shoving the pole repeatedly into the crate as the dog inside cowers and yelps.

The SPCA said it believes the video took place at a Nassau County board-away dog training facility.

“We are aware of it and we are looking into it at this time,” SPCA head Gary Rogers said. “At face value, the video is very disturbing.”

The video originated in a private Oceanside-based Facebook group for crime prevention, but group administrator Tommy Marrone, who previously boarded his German shepherd at the facility, later shared the clip to his own profile. It racked up more than 60,000 views as of Saturday evening and more than 2,800 shares.

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Multiple attempts to reach the owner of the dog training facility on Saturday were unsuccessful.

Marrone, 43, of Oceanside said he and his wife sent their German shepherd Zeus to the facility for two weeks of training in June and found the video disturbing. The clip raised questions for the family.

Lauren Marrone, 32, said she didn’t know whether her dog was harmed during his stay at the facility.

“It’s unnerving,” she said.