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Our white boxer, Ali, was quarentined on 2/19/18 after two (1 year apart) non serious injuries were reported by our neighbor. The first non serious injury was reportedly received as a result of our neighbor leaning against our fence. Ali never left our fence yard. No medical treatment was received. At that time Ali had just turned a year old.
We then found ourselves almost a year later with another non serious injury complaint by the same neighbor. This incident occurred after our Jack Russell and Ali (Boxer) escaped by digging under our fence. Before we could get Home to secure them Ali reportedly snuck up behind our neighbor biting him on the calf. The pictures show two abrasions! Our neighbor admitted in the police report that he “kicked him in the jaw and threw a bucket at him”. It can be assumed but not clear which event happened first. Ali did not maul or keep him from escaping. Our neighbor has expressed multiple times that it was his belief that Ali was a pit bull and “that kind of dog is going to hurt someone” We have had no one else complain of injury or fear! Ali was the runt of the litter. He has remained 47 pounds for almost a year. Our neighbor refused medical treatment but because he told the police he was scared Ali our dog was classified “dangerous”. Ali has been to dog parks, play dates, with kittens, small to larger dogs, special needs and children. We go to court to appeal the undeserving classification on March 9th. He will have been at animal control away from his loving family for 18 days. Please help us Free Ali! Named after Muhammad Ali but I assure you he is a lover not a fighter! Thank you from Ali’s entire family (fur family included)! Please visit our group on Facebook so you can read Ali’s story! #FreeAli
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