Save Arizona dog left alone in yard since January! Ask Animal Control to intervene!
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Petitioning Diane Brady - Mesa Animal Control
A dog from Mesa, Arizona has been left alone in
his yard since January 2014, after his owner was forced to go to the hospital.
Neighbors tried to help, tossing food and water
over the fence, but now the smell has become impossible to bear. It appears
that the owner of the Chow Chow has asked someone to look after her dog, but
the person responsible comes only once every two weeks – by then the food is
usually covered by ants and the water is murky, undrinkable.
Neighbors have alerted Animal Control, which
however refuses to remove the dog. Diane Brady, Mesa Animal Control was quoted
as saying the following: “The owner is in the hospital, so she made
arrangements to have the dog looked after. Therefore, we are unable to remove
the dog from the property”.
Moreover, Brady pointed out that the dog cannot
be removed for unsanitary conditions by any means. “You can only take a dog
away if the dog is in imminent danger – for instance, if it does not have any
food or water”.
In other words, Animal Control officials are
telling neighbors they will only consider removing the dog if they stop feeding
We ask Animal Control to do their job! The
welfare of the animals in the area is exactly what they should be concerned
about! Instead, they are doing exactly the opposite, advising people to leave
the dog to starve!
Please Sign this petition now and save that poor
http://www.myfoxphoenix.com/story/25460260/2014/05/08/dog-left-in-feces-filled-yard-while-owner-is-hospitalizedDisclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this petition are those of the author (Sean Mavery) and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of YouSign.org.Do you love animals? Are you against animal abuse? Then join our Facebook Group: Animal Voices
Published on May 09, 2014 @ 16:15 h
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