Abby Toll was taken into custody after her sentencing July 9.
Abby Toll was taken into custody after her sentencing July 9. ( CLIFF GRASSMICK)

After serving two-thirds of her 30-day sentence, Abby Toll - who bound and taped her boyfriend's 11-pound puppy to the side of a fridge last year - left the Boulder County Jail on Friday morning.

Toll, 21, who was convicted of aggravated animal cruelty and sentenced to jail time and three years of probation on July 9, got out early after receiving about 10 days of "good time" for going to classes at jail and staying out of trouble, said Division Chief Larry Hank.

She must still serve out her three years of probation.

Toll was arrested last year when police said she bound her boyfriend's dog, Rex, with hair ties and packing tape and stuck him upside-down to a refrigerator in his Boulder apartment.