|Today 04:09 PM|
|Today 03:43 PM|
IMO even the AKC is in on this, I just might be able to prove that too.
Oh God, what crooks. I pray to God I find a competent :Lawyer that is not afraid of suing the Police, Sheriffs, State Troopers, CGHS, CGHS Vet who misdiagnosed one of my dogs & his treatment, the AKC, and the list goes on & on. They are keeping me from even visiting my dogs which I haven't seen in months. I can't take much more of this. I am actually in therapy now and do not know what else to do.
|Today 03:41 PM|
those links above do not lie..apparently, these two dogs atleast, are out in the show ring/going to be bred..
I agree, someone needs to stand up and do something about it,,soooo wrong
|Today 11:35 AM|
I think photos can lie. They can be photos of other dogs, in other places. They can be photos of dogs/crates taken days after the owner was allowed in to care for the dogs. They can be photos that have been doctored. They can show a moment in time, but may not give the overall impression.
I think it is pretty disgusting if the dogs that are seized have been handed out to other breeders to be show and bred under their kennel names. And that suggests strongly that the motives of the seizure may not have been as altruistic as we might want to believe.
I guess since I really don't know anything about the case, I will wait and see what happens in the court.
When it is all said and done though, I would really like to know why the litters and dams were in crates like that, it seems dangerous as well as unsanitary. I guess I would rather hear that someone on the seizing team put them like that, than a breeder had them actually living like that.
|Today 11:35 AM|
|onyx'girl||The shelter needs to step up and answer questions about their actions....the agenda is playing out just as planned|
|Today 10:53 AM|
Proof in writing...
This is Embroh, Frank states in the comments that he has a breeding planned with him.
This is Dante, at a show
|Today 10:32 AM|
|jaggirl47||Blanketback, yes there is proof. 100% undeniable proof.|
|Today 10:24 AM|
|Today 10:21 AM|
The thing with the above, is that most of those in the position to "know the facts" are hiding behind a bunch of under the table dealings & dirty back stabbing. So how is anyone supposed to believe what they say?
The dogs that have been placed with the breeders(that are friendly w/ the rescue... go figure) are already back in the show ring & have planned breedings with these dogs. Smells a bit fishy to me
|04-13-2014 06:48 PM|
I agree 100% that the dogs should be returned to their rightful owners, and I pray that happens.
I do not know Dawn, but I do know, not believe "know" , that there were not six 2 year olds seized or surrendered. Two of my siblings do know Dawn personally, and one of them was actually present when the names and ages of the dogs were compiled for their identification which did not occur until Feb 28th.
Hence my question to EJQ , because that post says she were there the day after the dogs were taken and what they thought were puppies were actually 2 year olds. I think its a good question. What facts were based on that conclusion? The SPCA did not know, or ask at that time who these dogs were, their names, ages, owners....nada.
They should have and would have IMO if they had any intention of returning them to their rightful owners.
I truly am curious as to what led EJQ to the conclusion they were 2 years old? There were not six 2 year olds. So did she come to this conclusion on her own? Or was this another case of innaccurate info being provided by the SPCA to the public , only to be posted on an internet forum with no knowledge of the actual facts or identities of the dogs?
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