January 11, 2011 at 6:00 pm in INFORUM
If you’re missing a pair of young German shepherds, the city of Moorhead would like to be of help returning them to the fold. Continue Reading
Tags: Dogs, german shepherd, Moorhead 8 Comments »
put them down? lol. they are beyond healthy and adoptable. can’t wait to see the neighbor charged with larceny. pretty funny. beautiful dogs.
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Poor puppies, I wonder if this guy actually realizes how much trouble he can be in for this stunt? Call animal control if they are a nuisance, there are other legal ways to handle this situation, rather than just kidnapping your neighbors’ pets.
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If these innocent animals were put down I would be extremely upset. What an idiot to take the neighbor’s dogs! These animals should be held infinitely until this situation is completely understood and the people realize where their dogs went. Not everybody has computer access or reads the paper every day, so maybe it will take a while.
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Does not some Veternarian clinic recall a client with TWO younger female German Shepherds? Not everybody has two, you know. Perhaps the owners other neighbors might come forward, too, saying those look like so and so’s dogs. Who knows what the owner was told — maybe he was told his dog’s were dead.
The person who dropped them off at the pound deserves to be charged with every statue that is applicable. Dogs are property and yah just can’t take somebody’s property and drop it off somewhere. Would you take somebody’s car and donate or trash it because you were tired of looking at it?? And that person who apparently refused to leave his name — well, that itself is a admission of quilt.
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Maybe the dogs are his dogs and he didn’t want them anymore? The story of the neighbor’s dogs jumping on his kids sounds ridiculous. I have a big dog and she certainly isn’t running amuck (in the winter none-the-less) knocking the neighbor kids down.
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If the owner in fact leaves the dogs loose during the day, the owner needs to be responsible and erect a conventional fence or a electric fence to keep their dogs within the confines of the owner’s yard to protect the dogs from harming themselves or anyone else.
I could understand the neighbor’s concern if the dogs were actually growling or acting as if the dogs are being harmful to his children. It sounds like the dogs are overly friendly and don’t realize they are scaring the children. The dogs allowed someone to forcefully take them. Speaking as someone who has dealt with German Shepperds who were dangerous (not all German Sheppards are dangerous), I do not believe the dogs intend to hurt anyone.
If this story is in fact true, the neighbor should have spoken to the owner’s of the dogs instead of taking matters into his own hands. The neighbor should be punished for taking the dogs.
If the neighbor is actually someone who wanted to get rid of their dogs, there are plenty of rescue organizations that would have taken the dog and insured they have a good home.
Dropping them off at the police department was an easy and lazy way to get rid of the dogs.
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I think the man that dropped them off at the animal hospital was the owner not the neighbor. If not why did the owner not report them missing?
She looks like a very nice GSD. I would give them both a home in heart beat if they were available. I hope the truth is found out and punishment handed out fairly.
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