Austin O'maura
Austin O'maura

A dog in my neighborhood once got lose and killed my daughters cat. However , I did not hold this against the dog nor would I of allowed them to kill it This is the owners fault , and they should be fined. The owners of the other dog also have the right to sue them , But under no circumstances should the dog be killed for doing what came natural to him. It is the owners fault.

Timothy Leroy Tucker
Timothy Leroy Tucker
  • Austin O'maura

Amen, I had a jack russle/austrailian sheppard mix, a hound mix(both bought at the humane society) and a female pitt bull then I aquired a pitt male puppy. I would keep the jack russle mix separated when I'm not home. I visited a different curch that day and evening and left in a hurry and put them all in the same room and when I returned home that evening my austrailian/jack russle was dead, covered in blood. I wanted to shoot them all (thank God I don't own a gun) then I thought about it...

Amen, I had a jack russle/austrailian sheppard mix, a hound mix(both bought at the humane society) and a female pitt bull then I aquired a pitt male puppy. I would keep the jack russle mix separated when I'm not home. I visited a different curch that day and evening and left in a hurry and put them all in the same room and when I returned home that evening my austrailian/jack russle was dead, covered in blood. I wanted to shoot them all (thank God I don't own a gun) then I thought about it and came to the conclusion that Blue's death was on my hands. Dogs will do what comes natural and I'm glad I didn't have a gun. Dogs are people too, at least mine are !

Cindy Manos
Cindy Manos

Where I live, the AC understands when dogs do this...my dog was in a similar situation and spent 1 night in AC but then once we met conditions, (muzzle when walking) she was released ASAP to us. They told us this is a dog's instinct it doesn't mean it is an aggressive dog, this is just an accident...Let Norman go...This is a traumatic event all around and it doesn't have to end in another death.

Lin Ruchel Fewell
Lin Ruchel Fewell

this is so sad! give the dog back to his master! the dog is not aggressive I have been around mastiff all of my life and never have I seen an aggressive mastiff! please let him go. I feel for the other dog's owners but I know that he did not mean to take the life of the dog. GIVE HIM BACK! q!

Lola Richards
Lola Richards

Please sign the petition and Share. TY

Cheryl A Swift
Cheryl A Swift

This is ridiculous. It is time to follow the rules. Maybe it is time to notify the national as well as local news media

Sandi Bradley
Sandi Bradley

Save Norman! I've had big dogs all my life...non of them aggressive, they just play differently. If Norman has ever had any prior events of aggression then I could probably understand this but under the circumstances...you need to let him GO HOME! He is not just a dog he is a family member...would you kill a family member?

Jelca Bruigom
Jelca Bruigom

An accidental killing is not solved by purposely executing. This makes no sense to me. Just another city giving themselves right they shouldn't get handed for they behave not responsible to their community.

Linda Brown
Linda Brown

IF he has sat the required number of days and IF there have been no other incidents, I would THREATEN to SUE them if ANY HARM comes to this dog! Are they not obligated to follow the laws, just as we are! What else can we do? How about contact the media and tell them the local media will be contacted regarding this...Anyone have the contact info? Otherwise I'll research and see what I can find. Thanks

Johnna Cordoba
Johnna Cordoba

I see the numbers for animal control and for the mayors office. Had anyone been calling them about Norman. I can make some phone calls if that will help Norman, just tell me who to call and what I need to tell tham and I will do that.

Max Spriggs
Max Spriggs

please excuse the massive miss spelled words, I was typing in a fast rant, apologies.

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