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Oct 29, 2008

This is a heartbreaking story and a reminder to us all of the evil in the world.  This family needs our support.

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/maximum-penalty-for-the-men-who-hacked-up-a-puppy

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Posted: Oct 29, 2008 5:05pm
Oct 28, 2008

Please share!!    As many of you know, Sgt. Beberg's dog "Ratchet" is now home from Iraq and in Minnesota safe and sound.   More than 69,000 people signed the petition asking for clemency for the soldier's dogs, with orders of "shoot to kill" and certain death awaiting Ratchet.  The AP sent the story to every news agency around the world and it became headline news everywhere.  With the eyes of the world watching, the Army finally released  the soldier's dog and after a third attempt to transport Ratchet out of iraq, Operation Baghdad Pups finally rescued the dog.

But, our efforts do not end with Ratchet. Many more soldiers are anxiously waiting for their pets to be granted safe passage home to the U.S. Operation Baghdad Pups receives 4-5 requests a week from soldiers in Iraq & Afghanistan, asking for safe passage home for their pets.

Our letter and petition to the Department of Defense to appeal their policy against animals and soldiers is now online.

Please take a moment to read the petition and sign it. A letter writing campaign to the DOD is our objective. The Army heard our voices about Ratchet and released him. Now, we must make sure the DOD hears our voices and listens. The policy must be changed. We know far too much about PTSD to ignore this problem.

Please go to:

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/change-military-policy-about-animals/


Please share this with friends, family and your online communities.  Thank you for your time and continued support. 

M.A.R.S.  Safe Haven
www.mars-safehaven.net
Supports Rescue Programs and Animal Welfare
Sponsors of "Clemency for Ratchet" petition

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Posted: Oct 28, 2008 4:39am
Oct 28, 2008

Please share!!     As many of you know, Sgt. Beberg's dog "Ratchet" is now home from Iraq and in Minnesota safe and sound.   More than 69,000 people signed the petition asking for clemency for the soldier's dogs, with orders of "shoot to kill" and certain death awaiting Ratchet.  The AP sent the story to every news agency around the world and it became headline news everywhere.  With the eyes of the world watching, the Army finally released  the soldier's dog and after a third attempt to transport Ratchet out of iraq, Operation Baghdad Pups finally rescued the dog.

But, our efforts do not end with Ratchet. Many more soldiers are anxiously waiting for their pets to be granted safe passage home to the U.S. Operation Baghdad Pups receives 4-5 requests a week from soldiers in Iraq & Afghanistan, asking for safe passage home for their pets.

Our letter and petition to the Department of Defense to appeal their policy against animals and soldiers is now online.

Please take a moment to read the petition and sign it. A letter writing campaign to the DOD is our objective. The Army heard our voices about Ratchet and released him. Now, we must make sure the DOD hears our voices and listens. The policy must be changed. We know far too much about PTSD to ignore this problem.

Please go to:

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/change-military-policy-about-animals/


Please share this with friends, family and your online communities. Thank you for your time and continued support.

 M.A.R.S.  Safe Haven
www.mars-safehaven.net
Supports Rescue Programs and Animal Welfare
Sponsors of "Clemency for Ratchet" petition

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Posted: Oct 28, 2008 4:29am
Oct 28, 2008

Please share!!   As many of you know, Sgt. Beberg's dog "Ratchet" is now home from Iraq and in Minnesota safe and sound.   More than 69,000 people signed the petition asking for clemency for the soldier's dogs, with orders of "shoot to kill" and certain death awaiting Ratchet.  The AP sent the story to every news agency around the world and it became headline news everywhere.  With the eyes of the world watching, the Army finally released  the soldier's dog and after a third attempt to transport Ratchet out of iraq, Operation Baghdad Pups finally rescued the dog.

But, our efforts do not end with Ratchet. Many more soldiers are anxiously waiting for their pets to be granted safe passage home to the U.S. Operation Baghdad Pups receives 4-5 requests a week from soldiers in Iraq & Afghanistan, asking for safe passage home for their pets.

Our letter and petition to the Department of Defense to appeal their policy against animals and soldiers is now online.

Please take a moment to read the petition and sign it. A letter writing campaign to the DOD is our objective. The Army heard our voices about Ratchet and released him. Now, we must make sure the DOD hears our voices and listens. The policy must be changed. We know far too much about PTSD to ignore this problem.    Please go to:

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/change-military-policy-about-animals/

Please share this with friends, family and your online communities.

Thank you for your time and continued support. 

M.A.R.S.  Safe Haven
www.mars-safehaven.net
Supports Rescue Programs and Animal Welfare
Sponsors of "Clemency for Ratchet" petition

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Posted: Oct 28, 2008 4:19am
Oct 28, 2008

Please share!!

As many of you know, Sgt. Beberg's dog "Ratchet" is now home from Iraq and in Minnesota safe and sound.   More than 69,000 people signed the petition asking for clemency for the soldier's dogs, with orders of "shoot to kill" and certain death awaiting Ratchet.  The AP sent the story to every news agency around the world and it became headline news everywhere.  With the eyes of the world watching, the Army finally released  the soldier's dog and after a third attempt to transport Ratchet out of iraq, Operation Baghdad Pups finally rescued the dog.

But, our efforts do not end with Ratchet. Many more soldiers are anxiously waiting for their pets to be granted safe passage home to the U.S. Operation Baghdad Pups receives 4-5 requests a week from soldiers in Iraq & Afghanistan, asking for safe passage home for their pets.

Our letter and petition to the Department of Defense to appeal their policy against animals and soldiers is now online.

Please take a moment to read the petition and sign it. A letter writing campaign to the DOD is our objective. The Army heard our voices about Ratchet and released him. Now, we must make sure the DOD hears our voices and listens. The policy must be changed. We know far too much about PTSD to ignore this problem.

Please go to:

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/change-military-policy-about-animals/


Please share this with friends, family and your online communities.


Thank you for your time and continued support. 

M.A.R.S.  Safe Haven
www.mars-safehaven.net
Supports Rescue Programs and Animal Welfare
Sponsors of "Clemency for Ratchet" petition

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Posted: Oct 28, 2008 3:55am
Oct 27, 2008

Please share!!  As many of you know, Sgt. Beberg's dog "Ratchet" is now home from Iraq and in Minnesota safe and sound.  More than 69,000 people signed the petition asking for clemency for the soldier's dogs, with orders of "shoot to kill" and certain death awaiting Ratchet.  The AP sent the story to every news agency around the world and it became headline news everywhere.  With the eyes of the world watching, the Army finally released  the soldier's dog and after a third attempt to transport Ratchet out of iraq, Operation Baghdad Pups finally rescued the dog.

 But, our efforts do not end with Ratchet. Many more soldiers are anxiously waiting for their pets to be granted safe passage home to the U.S. Operation Baghdad Pups receives 4-5 requests a week from soldiers in Iraq & Afghanistan, asking for safe passage home for their pets. 

Our letter and petition to the Department of Defense to appeal their policy against animals and soldiers is now online.

 Please take a moment to read the petition and sign it. A letter writing campaign to the DOD is our objective. The Army heard our voices about Ratchet and released him. Now, we must make sure the DOD hears our voices and listens. The policy must be changed. We know far too much about PTSD to ignore this problem.

 Please go to: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/change-military-policy-about-animals/

Please share this with friends, family and your online communities. Thank you for your time and continued support.

M.A.R.S.  Safe Haven
http://www.mars-safehaven.net/
Supports Rescue Programs and Animal Welfare
Sponsors of "Clemency for Ratchet" petition

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Posted: Oct 27, 2008 11:46pm
Oct 27, 2008

Please share!! 

As many of you know, Sgt. Beberg's dog "Ratchet" is now home from Iraq and in Minnesota safe and sound.  More than 69,000 people signed the petition asking for clemency for the soldier's dogs, with orders of "shoot to kill" and certain death awaiting Ratchet.  The AP sent the story to every news agency around the world and it became headline news everywhere.  With the eyes of the world watching, the Army finally released  the soldier's dog and after a third attempt to transport Ratchet out of iraq, Operation Baghdad Pups finally rescued the dog.

 But, our efforts do not end with Ratchet. Many more soldiers are anxiously waiting for their pets to be granted safe passage home to the U.S. Operation Baghdad Pups receives 4-5 requests a week from soldiers in Iraq & Afghanistan, asking for safe passage home for their pets. 

Our letter and petition to the Department of Defense to appeal their policy against animals and soldiers is now online.  Orders - shoot to kill.

 Please take a moment to read the petition and sign it. A letter writing campaign to the DOD is our objective. The Army heard our voices about Ratchet and released him. Now, we must make sure the DOD hears our voices and listens. The policy must be changed. We know far too much about PTSD to ignore this problem.

 Please go to:

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/change-military-policy-about-animals/

Please share this with friends, family and your online communities.

Thank you for your time and continued support. 

M.A.R.S.  Safe Haven
www.mars-safehaven.net
Supports Rescue Programs and Animal Welfare
Sponsors of "Clemency for Ratchet" petition 

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Posted: Oct 27, 2008 10:02pm
Oct 27, 2008

Please share!!  As many of you know, Sgt. Beberg's dog "Ratchet" is now home from Iraq and in Minnesota safe and sound.  More than 69,000 people signed the petition asking for clemency for the soldier's dogs, with orders of "shoot to kill" and certain death awaiting Ratchet.  The AP sent the story to every news agency around the world and it became headline news everywhere.  With the eyes of the world watching, the Army finally released  the soldier's dog and after a third attempt to transport Ratchet out of iraq, Operation Baghdad Pups finally rescued the dog.

 But, our efforts do not end with Ratchet. Many more soldiers are anxiously waiting for their pets to be granted safe passage home to the U.S. Operation Baghdad Pups receives 4-5 requests a week from soldiers in Iraq & Afghanistan, asking for safe passage home for their pets.  Our letter and petition to the Department of Defense to appeal their policy against animals and soldiers is now online.  Orders - shoot to kill.

 Please take a moment to read the petition and sign it. A letter writing campaign to the DOD is our objective. The Army heard our voices about Ratchet and released him. Now, we must make sure the DOD hears our voices and listens. The policy must be changed. We know far too much about PTSD to ignore this problem.

 Please go to: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/change-military-policy-about-animals/

Please share this with friends, family and your online communities.

Thank you for your time and continued support. 

M.A.R.S.  Safe Haven
www.mars-safehaven.net
Supports Rescue Programs and Animal Welfare
Sponsors of "Clemency for Ratchet" petition 

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Posted: Oct 27, 2008 9:40pm

 

 
 
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