June 23, 2014 @
I see it too many times, where people will treat their animal in an unacceptable fashion like leaving their dog in the car/truck in the 80′ plus heat. If I see this and the animal is in danger, I try to find the owner real quick. If the owner is not located and the animal is suffering, I simply use my always handy Master Key, a ” 15 pound Johnson Wrecking bar”. It is amazing how fast it opens the window. Just be careful not to harm the animal. Owner comes back not caring about the animal but and freaks out over their “new air-conditioning” system. I show them just who has the key in hand. There has been a few times the cops were going to arrest and charge me with public destruction, interference, weapon and another 3-4 other charges. I just tell them and I’ll do a citizen’s charge of cruelty to animals by interfering with live animals and so on. See in today’s world, the bad guy has the law on their side, you know….:-(
November 14, 2015 @
She – I looooooooooooove the phsohooott! Gosh! I love love! Ugh!Oh! Yeah, there’s this song, The one He kept for me by Maurette Brown Clark! It’s funny but I’ve never heard it! Only heard of it and I fell head over hills in love with the title! You should check it out!:)
November 14, 2015 @
hey there! checked out your wesibte and am very interested in your assistance. We have a year old lab X greyhound (so we found out afterwards!) and all in all he is an amazing dog, we got him at 8 weeks and he has been around our daughter who had just turned 3 and is amazing with her she lays on him..pushes him is kind of in an agressive stage right now and we try really hard to stress to her NOT to be like that lol but anyways he has never growled, snapped, bit or snarled at her..or anyone for that matter.. he is a very loving and affectionate, licky/kissy dog.however, we have a baby on the way, and my husband was just called into the military and will be going away for quite a while. Bentley(dog) seems to listen to my husband more than me they are BFFS. And Bentley has and always has had an issue with jumping up, and pawing at people lol not aggressively but its still super frustrating, and we are concerned with the baby on the way and such and just want to get him under control while hes still young.Let me know what you think and We’d love to meet!
November 14, 2015 @
Well congrats on a new baby! I can abullsteoy help you with teaching him to stop jumping when saying hello! He sounds like a great dog with just a few bad habits which are easily fixed! Give me a call 613-779-1236 and we can set up a training session when you have time, each session is about an hour and a half for $70 and I am pretty flexible with dates. By the sounds of things I may only need one or two sessions so give me a call so we can set something up! Thank you in advance,Grace
October 5, 2014 @
And I smiled through the tears.
October 5, 2014 @
This message is for Bob Olynyk. Thank you for your concern for animals being locked in cars etc. I appreciate you recognizing the trials they are going through in the heat of the summer, however, your actions could be dangerous for you. One day you may do your act of kindness and the owner of the vehicle will shoot or knife you, for “breaking and entering,” or, the dog may bite you. In any case I can relate. Being a lover of dogs, I resigned from the force in 2007. But I have many buddies still part of my Police Family. About a month ago, I was in the parking lot of a supermarket. I was parked in the handicapped section, the temperature was about 80 degrees outside. I noticed straight in front of me a truck parked with a dog running/panting heavily in this truck. Although the windows were down low enough for me to stick my hand inside I didn’t. There were no handicap tags on display, nor, on his registered tags. I called my guys as a non-emergency 911 call. I told them that I would wait until a police officer arrived on site. A few minutes later the dispatcher told me the police were en-route. I pointed out the truck after taking down the license number, make and model of truck. The dog was so happy to see us, and I went inside the store to get a bottled water for the dog. My officer friend, stuck in his hand and said: “stick your hand inside, its warm but not hot.” First of all I’m not sticking my hand inside and have some lunatic coming out to sue me since I’m not in uniform and you are. Secondly, go into the store and have the license plate announced over the loud speaker and have the owner come to the truck. Which he did, the man was fined, said he was only in the store a few minutes. I called him on it as I watched for forty five minutes before I called the police. This is against the law in Pennsylvania. The man was cited. He didn’t know what to do. Not only was he cited for abandoning his animal in the car, but also cited for parking in a handicap zone. That shopping trip cost him $350.00 plus court costs fees. Was it really worth bringing your animal to the store????? Why in the name of all that is good do people bring their pets to stores and leave them in the car. Would you be able to sit in a hot car for forty five minutes without water??? What if the dog had to go to the bathroom???? Would he punish the dog for going to the bathroom in the car???? I’m just saying Bob, if you see this action again, don’t take the action that you take. As you may be endangering your own safety. Go legally. Use your cell phone to make a non-emergency call to the local authorities. Wait for them, tell them how long you watched the dog in the car/truck. Yes, you may have cracked windows open in the past, but, the lesson learned faded from their minds. Getting citations teaches a hard lesson much quicker, and less likely to have the dog punished and you hurt. Thank you for taking the time to watch out for our devoted animals though. I have two service dogs, and, even though I need them 99% of the time, I don’t take them to the grocery store and leave them in the car. If I know I’ll be somewhere for any length of time, and they can’t come with me, it is safer for them at home. Although, when I was on the force, I took my cock a poo with me while on duty and everywhere. Even my honeymoon. I miss him dearly to this day, but cherish the memories of priceless moments well spent together.. Now my one service dog needs surgery on his eyes for cataracts, and the surgery is quite expensive. He never leaves my side, and he follows my voice. His brother now takes care of him and me. I’m hoping to find a surgeon that will barter to operate on my service dog and I take care of other animals to pay for the surgery. Didn’t mean to write an epistle, just wanted to let you know what protocol to take for future reference. Have a nice day!!!!
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