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HELP!!!! Letters Needed (Another Pepie???) - German Shepherds Chained, Left Outside!


Animals  (tags: german shepherds, chained, freezing conditions, reported, rspca uk, animals suffering, animal advocates, letters, actions )

Simone
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The case of 2 german shepherds being treated cruelly was frst reported to the RSPCA in June 2008. The weather was much better then. The two dogs in question are Bruno and Lulu. They both belong to the same scumbag. He alternates them between the



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Simone D. (1485)
Tuesday February 17, 2009, 8:36 pm
Please go to Dusty's Care2 group, she noticed this and has actions, and emails also there for action - http://www.care2.com/c2c/groups/disc.html?gpp=16782&pst=1028871

This has been reported to RSPCA UK, back in 2008, and no action was taken, and these last photos of Lulu and Bruno were taken in February of this year. They are chained and left out in the cold, suffering, and nothing has been done to help them.
 

Tatiana Trembath (18)
Tuesday February 17, 2009, 8:51 pm
Terrible. Thanks Simone.
 

De L. (321)
Tuesday February 17, 2009, 9:18 pm
This needs to be reported to the local TV station and newspaper - they will go and see to it that EVERYONE knows. They all love doing stories like this. This man - if we can call him that - I prefer animal abuser - needs to be jailed and fined. Period. And should NEVER be allowed to EVER own another animal!!! A nice pair of bolt cutters would end all of this very quickly in my opinion - and I would do it too!!!
 

Natasha V. (4)
Tuesday February 17, 2009, 11:46 pm
i have emailed them with my concerns about this almost 2weeks ago and i got no reply :(
 

Natasha V. (4)
Tuesday February 17, 2009, 11:46 pm
and apparently i wasnt the only one who emailed, a lady emailed them 4 times about this and they said they had dogs in more need than this one , sad
 

Simone D. (1485)
Tuesday February 17, 2009, 11:51 pm
That is sad Natasha, they could at least try to help these two. And this is cruetly, so how bad do they have to get before they recieve help.
 

Dusty W. (1339)
Tuesday February 17, 2009, 11:53 pm
Thanks Dear Simone. I know several people have emailed them as well...........as of yet, no one has received a reply (even thru phone calls) RSPCA does not seem to care one bit about these two.
 

Dusty W. (1339)
Wednesday February 18, 2009, 1:07 am
I'd be right with you too De L!!!!!!!!!
 

Joycey B. (750)
Wednesday February 18, 2009, 3:53 am
I have already taken action on this, but will do more. Thanks Simone.
 

Ginger Geronimo (443)
Wednesday February 18, 2009, 4:54 am
Sickening, I will certainly take action on this.
 

. (0)
Wednesday February 18, 2009, 5:47 am
Emails on their way ! The picture of that beautifull but sad looking dog brakes my heart
 

Nenon A. (266)
Wednesday February 18, 2009, 1:58 pm
I AGREE WITH DE L.-- A FEW POSTS ABOVE. THE MEDIA . SPREAD THE NEWS, USING LOCAL TV , NEWSPAPER . THIS FOR SURE WILL CALL PEOPLES ATTENTION AND SOME ACTION WIL BE TAKEN .FOR SURE.
 

Claudia van den Elsen (8)
Thursday February 19, 2009, 8:41 am
Ive just send an email to the RSPCA UK.
 

. (0)
Thursday February 19, 2009, 8:42 am
Noted and letter sent.
 

Miranda Whitten (0)
Thursday February 19, 2009, 8:45 am
I don't understand why the RSPCA has failed to act in this case, perhaps there is a legal loophole that prevents them? We had a similar problem a few months back with a traumatized, un-catchable cat - it had been covered in some sort of glue spray and was in obvious distress but wouldn't come near enough to anyone for them to trap it. The RSPCA didn't do anything about it for a couple of weeks. It was heart-breakingly frustrating.
Not sure that a deluge of emails to the RSPCA will necessarily help now - they are chronically and embarrassingly short-staffed and need to be able to respond to emergency emails as effectively as possible. Yes, this is a chronic emergency, I recognize that. I think a petition might be better though, at this late stage.
Poor dogs - even if they don't give up the will to live, they will have terrible rheumatic pains as they get older. We all know German shepherds have hip problems anyway; the damage being done (physically and mentally) by being forced to huddle up all the time in sub-zero temperatures doesn't bare thinking about.
 

Past Member (0)
Thursday February 19, 2009, 8:45 am
Email sent. This is heartbreakingly horrible!!
 

Sue Little (135)
Thursday February 19, 2009, 9:26 am
I already sent an email, no response either. The complaintant was a C.Moodie or K. Moodie referred to differntly on two of the replies. My suggestion is to try and track her down. She must live near this address, 103 Harcourt Road, South Bank, Middlesbrough. One of the dogs hasn't been seen in some time. I would try phone directories, tax rolls, property records. In the U.S., they have something called a city directory, you can use as a reverse look-up, either starting with the name or the address. We're just bound to have someone on Care 2 that is a good sleuth. Find C. Moodie or K. Moodie!
 

Sue Little (135)
Thursday February 19, 2009, 9:42 am
Then the other option is De L.'s. Someone willing to go to that address with bolt cutters! I don't think we are going to get anywhere with the RSPCA if they will not even respond to emails or phone calls. It is as if, they have already written it off just as they did Pepie! There is no question in my mind from those pictures that there is every reason to take the animal. People need to do what is right. Period! And it does not appear as if it is hard to get access to the dog. Whoever took these pictures was very close to the dog. Finding C. Moodie would help. You could get more information on the owner and the layout and perhaps what happened to the missing dog.
 

Sue Little (135)
Thursday February 19, 2009, 9:43 am
Thanks Simone.
 

Sue Little (135)
Thursday February 19, 2009, 9:46 am
I personally don't care how understaffed they are! How hard is to leave an ultimatum and the threat of a huge fine!
 

Sue Little (135)
Thursday February 19, 2009, 9:52 am
Call me a vigilante if you want to but I am sick of this. Even if I were caught I would at least get the pleasure of telling the judge why I did it!The owner should be the one going to jail but I would go if that is what it took. People need to quit tolerating this!
 

Past Member (0)
Thursday February 19, 2009, 8:27 pm
Thanks Simone, will go and do what I can as soon as I have my say here.
This low life needs to be tied up out in the cold day and night, he may then treat these poor dogs more kindly.
Like others here I am so disgusted with people like this.
I have always felt that "owners are the ones that need to be licenced and not the animal". I am not sure how this could be policed, but if there was a hefty fine and jail sentence for animal cruelty and also being in charge of an animals welfare without the correct licence, maybe! just maybe!! things may change.
One offence you are under notice, second offence, fine, jail and no chance of ever obtaining an animal carers licence. Avery tough stance is the only way at the moment.
There is also a huge need for children to be taught about caring for other creatures at school. I realy think that is probably the only way that we may have a win on this subject.
 

iveta cer (69)
Sunday August 12, 2012, 12:08 am
Omg i just saw those pictures on website over three years later which is crazy and i felt very sorry for bruno and luna plus that puppy :(:( . I just wondering if anybody knows what happened with bruno and luna plus puppy. I read about bruno they put him down because he was sick :( sleep well bruno ofcourse owner didnt care poor dog was sick and i hope luna and puppy were rescued from idiot owner. He should be treated same way how he was treating this poor dogs!!
 
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