Lamby is an abused dog facing euthanasia after being seized from her owner. After spending her life stuffed in a crate and being painfully bond with rubber bands that held on sunglasses and hats to encourage passerbuy to donate money. She has been designated a “dangerous dog.” We have a rescue who would like to save and Rehabilitate Lamby, giving her a chance at a nice life with loving family. The most tragic thing about this situation is that she was in the custody of the Dallas Animal Service on five occasions and every time she was turned back over to her abuser, it would be a real failure of Justice if Lamby where to be euthanize now, after so many missed opportunities to give her a better life. We’re asking the city of Dallas to resecind the order to euthanize and release her to the rescue. Please do not let her die voiceless and alone. Give her a chance at a real life and a real home.
It happens to lie on the flower Creek Watershed, that feeds directly into Lake Michigan. Due to the location of our community our water sources are extremely sensitive to pollution such as Farm sewage runoff, antibiotic-resistant bacteria,high nitrate levels, increased ammonia levels etc; all which have been tracked back to CAFO’s. The shear increase of waste being introduced into our community by 8,000 pigs total annually, is what will have the most impact. Each pig averages 3 gallons of manure a day for a total of over 1 million gallons of manure per year.
Plans to put down hero service dogs Kevin, Dazz and Driver are in place to happen next week. Experience handlers have come forward to say they want to house the much love dogs, who have helped save hundreds of lives. Kevin and Dazz served in Afghanistan where they searched for explosives and Driver worked for the police force. Service dogs have saved my life on numerous occasions. We have a duty to save them. In Afghanistan when I was on patrol the dogs found an IED in front of us, I was number three in line I was very very lucky to survive.