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Anonymous schultz  |  4/03/2008 2:36 PM  |  Flag  
"Frances, apparently a stray, was waiting for a no-kill shelter to pick her up."


it was my son's dog.
it's my room mate's dog.
it's my boyfriend's dog.
it's a friend's dog, it was just staying here for a couple of days.
it's my neighbor's dog, i just walk it.
it's a stray dog, i was just feeding it...
blah blah blah.
lame ass excuses!!
if you are in possession and control of a dog, it's behavior is just as much YOUR responsibility as the OWNER of the dog!!!
if you get in a car accident with someone else's car, you don't blame THE CAR OWNER!

Anonymous schultz  |  4/03/2008 2:40 PM  |  Flag  
almost forgot...
nice job amy!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/03/2008 4:01 PM  |  Flag  
I can understand how euthanizing dogs can wear down a person. These animal control personnel seem to be suffering from Kennel Blindness.

Anonymous schultz  |  4/04/2008 11:57 AM  |  Flag  
CNN has picked up this story as well as thailand!

watch the video and meet my hero for the day.

she's not afraid and she will get the job done
let's turn her loose on the economy now!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/04/2008 4:48 PM  |  Flag  
The dogs were stored in a vacant house because they were not pets....that's what people do who are training the dogs for dogfighting. Very common in urban areas were dogfighting is prevalent.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/04/2008 7:05 PM  |  Flag  
I have an idea...why don't I go to my kitchen, pick up a big butcher knife, and run out the front door and down the street, screaming and lunging at my neighbors, while threatening them and their children with the knife! Then I could count to ten and wait for the police to come, arrest me, and throw my a*s in jail, or perhaps in the locked psychiatric unit of our local hospital. I would not be allowed home the next day, even if I had all my rabies shots, because I would be deemed a threat to the public.

Or I could simply get a pit bull, who jumps over the fence "just once", terrorizes the neighbors, bites several people, including children. I would possibly receive a small fine, and the dog would be returned the next day, so long as it had its shots.

I think I have just discovered a legal way to commit murder! The dog did it! I'm off the hook!!!!

Anonymous Dee  |  4/05/2008 3:11 AM  |  Flag  
Bull's-eye! You nailed it!

Dog liability laws are so bad, that over the past 30 years, criminals have caught on. Furthermore, in many states "on-property" attacks carry neither civil nor criminal recourse. This is why when you read about a guy's "girlfriend" being torn to shreds by pit bulls, there are never criminal charges. Not to mention the niece or nephew that was invited over for a family affair and ended up getting mauled, and sometimes to death.

Dangerous dogs on-property? A certifiable way to commit legal murder in most states. Dangerous dogs off-property? These laws also are not hard to evade.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  4/05/2008 3:41 AM  |  Flag  
Lorain Animal Control gets a "D" as in DYSFUNCTIONAL.

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