Sarah Lewington
Sarah Lewington

@Ricky Moore - you idiot that puppy was beaten to death and you dare to say 'you cannot sign the petition'!! Get the hell off this page then no one gives a crap about you or your worthless opinions OK!

Kathryn Brennan
Kathryn Brennan

I only wish that this monster gets the maximum sentence and fine. The maximum sentence is not long enough. Animals are entrusted into a human beings care and will give love unconditionally. This murder was premeditated. He went to all the trouble of getting the puppy sent to him so that hours later he could murder it in public. Is that some sort of power trip for a coward and sub human being. I hope karma catches up for you very soon. I dispose you and all the other psychopaths out there like you.

Phil Mcguirk
Phil Mcguirk
  • Kathryn Brennan

i agree with every word youv said kathryn

Trea Schwabe
Trea Schwabe

Having been owned by a purebred Beagle myself, this POS makes me want to vomit. No way on Gods green Earth would you have to "train" an animal like that. Dropping them in a shower would not cause the damage he claims happened. This punks story is full of lies and holes. I'll be sure to look this turd up if I'm ever in Florida

Liz Newman
Liz Newman

Valerie-If we are not their voice....then who? If you think it's hard for you to hear about ,just think how the puppy felt. We can't sit back & say we don't want to hear any more. We need to stand up & say we wont take this abuse any more!

Sheri Bradley
Sheri Bradley

Were there witnesses Ricky?

Sharon Hunt
Sharon Hunt
  • Sheri Bradley

Yes Sheri, too bad it was so long ago.

Duncan Fletcher
Duncan Fletcher

Now matter how you piece together the "alleged facts" of this incident, it is patently a case of cruelty and callous abuse. The dog is small and young and trusting (let alone helpless) and ready to learn and adapt (and no doubt, love). The owner apparently didn't like her coat. ("Can I see 'it' in another shade?", perhaps.) He appears to have literally lashed out in a fit of pique that reveals a deeply disturbed mentality....one that poses a danger to right-thinking animal-loving folks (not...

Now matter how you piece together the "alleged facts" of this incident, it is patently a case of cruelty and callous abuse. The dog is small and young and trusting (let alone helpless) and ready to learn and adapt (and no doubt, love). The owner apparently didn't like her coat. ("Can I see 'it' in another shade?", perhaps.) He appears to have literally lashed out in a fit of pique that reveals a deeply disturbed mentality....one that poses a danger to right-thinking animal-loving folks (not to mention cute puppies) everywhere.....there is no excuse for the outcome....poor Molly, what might have been.....let this creep pay appropriately for his outrageous betrayal of the universal trust that exists between pets and people....

Sandra Manzi
Sandra Manzi

Why didn't anyone step in and do something when this was happening? I would have!!!!

Dee Brown
Dee Brown

r moore, just because you were cleared doesn't mean you didn't do it AND when you're caught on tape...BE REAL!!!

Suzanne Dube
Suzanne Dube

monsters like that do not deserve to be called a human. Pets deserve better they don't ask to be mistreated and if you cannot love a pet you should not have children. It is the same concept you raise children to love and cherish forever and pets are with the same token. To love and cherish for ever guiding them to be good pets as you guide your children to be good humans.

Judith Lefkowitz
Judith Lefkowitz

Breeders selling puppies over the internet must do a background check similar to the checks breed rescue organizations do. They check with your vet, and you must have three friends who will vouch for your treatment and care of animals. Then they send a volunteer from your area out to do a home check. With a little cooperation from breeders state to state it is certainly all doable, and it is necessary to identify potential abusers. I am appealing to breeders to love their dogs enough to take...

Breeders selling puppies over the internet must do a background check similar to the checks breed rescue organizations do. They check with your vet, and you must have three friends who will vouch for your treatment and care of animals. Then they send a volunteer from your area out to do a home check. With a little cooperation from breeders state to state it is certainly all doable, and it is necessary to identify potential abusers. I am appealing to breeders to love their dogs enough to take the extra steps necessary to ensure their puppies are going to good homes.

Marty Kane
Marty Kane
  • Judith Lefkowitz

I have bee involved with animal rescue for years and, agree with you 100%! Unfortunately, many breeders are more concerned with the money they earn than the quality of life the pups will have for their entire life.

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