Stella Kirschner: To help us prove in court she is not a vicious dog.
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Stella Kirschner

Stella Kirschner: To help us prove in court she is not a vicious dog.

    1. Sarah Broomhead
    2. Petition by

      Sarah Broomhead

      Rockville, MD

If possible we will use this petition in court to help us prove our case that Stella is not a vicious dog, and that this incident happened as a result of another dog not being on a leash. Stella has been part of our family for almost four years. We could not imagine life without our little pooch. We want to do whatever we can to keep her in our family and to allow Stella to be taken from us. We want to prove in court that Stella is not a vicious dog.

 

On March 17 2013, Stella had an encounter with another dog. Chris was on the elevator with Stella on her leash as another dog entered the elevator not on a leash. Stella bit the other dog and now the owner of the other dog is taking this matter to extreme measures. She has succesfully had Stella removed from the property and we are to attend two court dates to prove that Stella is a non vicious dog and to cover all charges for her 18 year olds veterinary bills. There is a state law requring all dogs be on a leash. We can not loose our dog, so please help us by signing this petition! We are doing everything we can to prove that Stella is a loving dog!

To:
Stella Kirschner
Please sign this petition to help us in proving Stella is not a vicious dog.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Deb Spanhake GLEN ROCK, PA
      • 12 months ago

      by all means in cases such as this it is so easy to call a dog vicious and then ordered to be killed there are circumstances to be considered and animals should have more rights then what you give to these harden criminals we pay for on death row for years re think cases involving the dog and why dogs are dogs and just because they act a certain way in this case becasue of aniother dog without a leash why would it be considered that the dog was so wrong and now labeled? No animals aren't wrong for being animals and dsogs and what they do is by a pure and right instinct something us humans has yet to understand and can learn from let dogs judge themselves they seem to work things out better than us and humans have no rights to judge GOD'S creatures!

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    • John Freeland SALISBURY, MD
      • about 1 year ago

      She is the best dog ever!!!

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    • David Musher NASHVILLE, TN
      • about 1 year ago

      I have never met a vicious Labrador in my life nor can I imagine that there is one out there.

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    • Lorenzo Magnaye CLARKSBURG, MD
      • about 1 year ago

      As a fellow dog owner, I find it befuddling when a negligent owner makes him or herself out to be the martyr in the situation. Granted, I do pity the dog - both dogs for that matter - after the altercation. But had the unleashed dog run into oncoming traffic, would the negligent owner attempt to sue a motorist for striking her dog? The line has to be drawn somewhere.

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    • Lisa Laidlaw LEWISBURG, TN
      • about 1 year ago

      The law is the law why was the other dog not on a leash??? Further why would someone pursue this to the extreme. Ridiculous and they should be able to keep their dog. Stop taking family members!

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