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 !

Lori Ann Blake
Lori Ann Blake

As the owners should be liable, putting the dog to death is nothing but ignorant and cruel! What the hell is wrong with people. Get educated, read the bible, etc. Death is NOT the answer!

Freefilly Starfire
Freefilly Starfire

LET HIM WITHOUT SIN TROW THE FIRST STONE.

Dawn Daly
Dawn Daly

It is terrible for the smaller dog and it's family but he doesn't need to be put down for it. The family should receive a caution and a fine but the dog doesn't need to die.

Patty Tetreault
Patty Tetreault

Let Norman go home. I am sure his family will be more carful with him.

George Eleftheriou
George Eleftheriou

if u ask me I would say not to kill norman because he looks so playfull and the only thing he wanted to do to play with his fellow dogs I'm sure that if he been around kids or people all his life he problably dint get the chance to play with other dogs so he dint relize how big he was then the other dog he accidently killed he just wanted to play I mean come on people there's people in this world that get away with murder now come on yal there dogs they really don't know how to act...

if u ask me I would say not to kill norman because he looks so playfull and the only thing he wanted to do to play with his fellow dogs I'm sure that if he been around kids or people all his life he problably dint get the chance to play with other dogs so he dint relize how big he was then the other dog he accidently killed he just wanted to play I mean come on people there's people in this world that get away with murder now come on yal there dogs they really don't know how to act sometimes dosent mean he has to die look at the way some adults act they go threw trials and sometimes they walk I'm just saying.

Jason Bolton
Jason Bolton

Please kill him

Sherry Steinacher
Sherry Steinacher
  • Jason Bolton

OMG I BETTER JUST STOP READING NOW BEFORE I SAY HOW I REALLY FEEL!!!

Kim Jones
Kim Jones
  • Jason Bolton

I am sure he meant don't kill him. Because he has a dog and know's how it would be if they were trying to execute his. I am sure this was a mistake

Melanie Lamb
Melanie Lamb

This is horrible. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help. I have been a professional in the K9 industry for 20 + years and recognized as Arkansas own dog whisperer numerous times. (Mel Helmick K-9 Kampus).

Brooke Helms Ahart
Brooke Helms Ahart
  • Melanie Lamb

Mel, I have heard of your outstanding work and I know you have an excellent reputation as an instructor in this area. I would be very interested to hear if they would allow you to visit Norman and assess his temprement and aggressive potential.

Melanie Lamb
Melanie Lamb
  • Melanie Lamb

Thank you for your kind words Brooke. I am willing to help in any way I possibly can.

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