Alyssa Gislason
Alyssa Gislason

Spare Norman please!

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 !

Stephanie Roberts
Stephanie Roberts

WOW I FEEL SO SORRY FOR THIS POOR BOY AND HE IS SO DAMN CUTE. HE DIDn't DO ANY HARM (WHICH WE ARE AWARE OF) BUT NOW THE CITY WANTS TO KILL THIS POOR INNOCENT FELLA...INSTEAD OF WORRY ING ABOUT PUTTING THIS CUTE NON AGGRESSIVE BOY DOWN WHY DOn't YOU WORRY ABOUT KILLING THE CHILD RAPISTS MURDERERS AND SHIT LIKE THAT?

Caroline Murphy
Caroline Murphy

Let Norman go home, he was only trying to play, he doesn't know that the little dog that died was too small for him to play games with-All dogs are just big puppies at heart-Let Norman go home to his family, this was an obvious one off incident and Norman has a pristine track record as regards his behaviour before and since the accidental death of the other little dog, he is a FAMILY pet, he isn't an aggressive dog that mauls every living thing he comes across and he does a lot of good...

Let Norman go home, he was only trying to play, he doesn't know that the little dog that died was too small for him to play games with-All dogs are just big puppies at heart-Let Norman go home to his family, this was an obvious one off incident and Norman has a pristine track record as regards his behaviour before and since the accidental death of the other little dog, he is a FAMILY pet, he isn't an aggressive dog that mauls every living thing he comes across and he does a lot of good working with special needs children, don't let Norman die, let him go home to his family and friends.

Wendye Kolles
Wendye Kolles

God bless you Shelby! I'm sure you're already playing with other dogs in Heaven and having a good time. I'm sure you forgive Norman not realizing his own strength and that he needed to be a little gentler with you. xo xo xo xo xo xo.
God bless you Norman! My prayers that you are soon reunited with your loved ones and are able to go on and enjoy a long, healthy, happy and safe life. xo xo xo xo xo xo.

Phyllis Colmar
Phyllis Colmar

I own Papillions who are hunters and when they catch a rat, chipmunk or squirrel, they shake it to kill it instantly. It is NOT simply a play action. Unfortunately a very small dog can appear like prey to a large dog. I think the owners of Norman should pay a fine for him running loose and replace the dog he killed. And for all of you who think it is a good idea to let a large or small dog stay in a yard unsupervised you need to wake up to the fact that dogs are stolen everyday by creeps who...

I own Papillions who are hunters and when they catch a rat, chipmunk or squirrel, they shake it to kill it instantly. It is NOT simply a play action. Unfortunately a very small dog can appear like prey to a large dog. I think the owners of Norman should pay a fine for him running loose and replace the dog he killed. And for all of you who think it is a good idea to let a large or small dog stay in a yard unsupervised you need to wake up to the fact that dogs are stolen everyday by creeps who want to torture and kill them or thieves who want to sell them or collect a reward. Put a lock on the gate and watch them until they come back in. What a crappy world this has become, but it is our reality.

Dawn M Shelley Buerger

Please God, Norman needs your HELP!

Donna Pothier
Donna Pothier

What a loss it would be to euthanize this beautiful family pet. It was an ACCIDENT! If anyone make the owners responsible. What purpose does it serve to KILL him! Send him home to his family with stipulations. He should have been on a leash, but that is not his fault.

Babak Sadegh-Zadeh
Babak Sadegh-Zadeh

Pls join & share!

Karen Lenea Goddard
Karen Lenea Goddard

This dog doesn't look to be a puppy, the owner should have had some idea of the risk and used a muzzle to prevent this situation. Whether this dog thought he was just playing or not, the owner should have predicted what could happen, just based on his size. The owner should be penalized, not the dog. The dog looks to be a sweetheart, but we all know how overbearing the size can make simple love touches or playfulness.

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