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Logan is a sweet 11 yr old husky owned by Matt and Nancy Falk of Goodells Michigan. One night in mid March he suffered chemical burns to his face, Matt tells the story of what ...happened to Logan: 
 
I had put Logan in his own kennel at 11;00 PM, when I returned the in morning at 9 AM. I saw the bright red scaring on his muzzle. I took him directly to Wadhams Road Animal Clinic were he was looked at right away. He was treated and given meds and sent home to be cared for . The burn continued to spread over the following 3 days. After many weeks Logan was on the road to recovery, But sadly due to complications Logan lost his fight in July 2012 & quietly passed away at my feet while working on is LOGAN'S LAW page." 

Because of Logans ordeal, Matt and Nancy have made it their mission to get Michigan Senate bills 219 / 220 & House bills 4353 / 4355 passed into law. These bills would create an animal abuse data base for the state . If passed Logan's Law would be the FIRST statewide animal abuser registry in the nation!

"Even though Logans attack was a terrible thing, we have a chance to turn this into something positive for animals all over the state, maybe even the country. Every fire starts from a single spark" ~Matt Falk

Letter to
Michigan Governor Michigan Governor Rick Snyder
Michigan House of Representatives All Members of the House of Representatives
Michigan State Senate All Members of the Michigan State Senate
This bill would create a animal abuser database in the state of Michigan for those convicted of animal abuse. This database will be made manditory for law enforcement & animal shelters to check before adopting out of any animals to prevent them from being given to a known animal abuser. This database will also be available to the public on a limited basis for those wanting to check before adopting out any pet.

Logan is a sweet 11 yr old husky owned by Matt and Nancy Falk of Goodells Michigan. One night in mid March he suffered chemical burns to his face, Matt tells the story of what ...happened to Logan:

" I had put Logan in his own kennel at 11;00 PM, when I returned the next morning at 9 AM. I saw the bright red scaring on his muzzle. I took him directly to Wadhams Road Animal Clinic were he was looked at right away. He was treated and given meds and sent home to be cared for . The burn continued to spread over the next 3 days. After many weeks and a lot of prayers Logan is on the road to recovery. "

Because of Logans ordeal, Matt and Nancy have made it their mission to help get Michigan Senate bills 219 / 220 & House bills 4353 / 4355 passed. These bills would create an animal abuse registry for the state . Matt has been working tirelessly to get this bill turned into law, if passed it would be named "Logans Law".

"Even though Logans attack was a terrible thing, we have a chance to turn this into something positive for animals all over the state, maybe even the country. Every fire starts from a single spark" ~Matt Falk