Service Dog Held Hostage

Service Dog Held Hostage

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Genny Langworthy started this petition to Alternative Humane Society of Bellingham and

 A private pet foster and adoption organization has held hostage a valuable and highly-trained assistance dog from her disabled human out of prejudice and intolerance towards the disabled individual, since May, 2019.

Service dogs are individually task-trained and medically-necessary to their disabled handlers. Like most service dogs, "Snorri" loves doing her job of providing bracing and stability to her disabled human, Genny L. 

Snorri is a beautiful Siberian Husky. Her disabled human, Genny, rescued her from a woodshed in northern Newfoundland in 2012 when Snorri was 4 months old, and raised Snorri from a puppy. She is named after the only baby born in the Viking settlement in northern Newfoundland around 1000 AD. 

Snorri had a great life with her disabled human. Genny lives in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains on 5+ fenced acres, and Snorri went mountain biking 5-6 miles every day. As a hostage to Hate and Intolerance, Snorri has been kept confined in a downtown city location, where she is walked on pavement a couple of blocks, and NEVER allowed to run. She is overweight, depressed and listless. She has been ripped away from the home where she thrived since a puppy.

Genny requested temporary fostering of Snorri following an injury which left her temporarily unable to move. The Alternative Humane Society (AHS) of Bellingham, WA refused to return Snorri to her home! They have kept Snorri for themselves, and they dress her up in a clown outfit to advertise their pet sales. The AHS of Bellingham makes over $200,000/year selling dogs and cats.

Genny has been fighting nonstop to rescue Snorri. Please help by signing this petition, and by SHARING this with friends, family, associates and organizations. Thank you!

For more information, go to http://freesnorri.com or email freesnorri@gmail.com

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