Dogster Needs Help With Neighbor’s Dogs
Aaron in Tennessee is still trying to get some help for some dogs in the neighborhood. Can any Dogsters in the area help or expedite some help for this case?
Well, again a mommy dog and his baby are tangled up. The baby is probably a year old by now. The Daddy dog evidentally jumped over the fence and is hung up over there.
The people leave out very early in the morning so the dogs could have been like this all night long and now looks like they will be like that all day long!
Thanks for the advice that I have been getting but I am to a dead end.
One person suggested to call the Sheriff, I used to work for a Sheriff’s Dept. and all that will happen is they will call the local animal control.
As I stated in my first ordeal was that animal control said they can impose a fine if the dogs die!!!!
Well, I would prefer that they didn’t die.
Anyway, I received another suggestion and it was to contact Ark. I tried two different numbers and let the phone ring around 10 or more times and did not get an answer.
Another neighbor that also has tried to help about the dog situation gave me a number for a second chance animal something or another and I tried to call it and the recording says that it is non working number or something to that effect.
I gave the numbers for Ark to my good neighbor and now she will try to call this afternoon as I have business to take care of.
I spent 2 hrs today trying to get help for these animals and it has just been a waste of time.
However, if I have time tomorrow, I will try to call the number that someone suggested on this web site for the Dept. of Agriculture.
I will keep you informed as to what if anything happens.
I think I gave the wrong address for the creeps who don’t take care of their pets and it is 3116 Somerset Drive. This is in Cleveland Tennessee where I still have not successfully gotten any help. Anyway, the only house with a big brown dog hanging over the fence, and a big white dog tangled up with its pup, a small brown dog.