Monday, February 11, 2013

Saving a Veteran's Therapy Dog

I'm asking everyone to help make a difference for this vet and his dog.  Please call and protest.  Dutch was protecting himself.  What I would like to know is why the attacker, the person who was beating Dutch, hasn't been arrested and prosecuted?

An Army Veteran with disabilities is asking for the public's help in saving his service dog, Dutch, from court-ordered euthanasia. After being punched, kicked, and hit with a metal pole for several minutes, Dutch bit his attacker and has now been accused of being a "vicious" dog.

Dutch is a 4-year-old American Allaunt, who is a registered service dog and an important part of Jeremy Aguilar's life. According to the Aguilars, Dutch has never shown any aggressive behavior before or after the incident and is a certified AKC Canine Good Citizen.

Jeremy served in the Army, and fought in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan and Operation Iraqi Freedom. He also was also deployed to Hurricane Katrina with the Oklahoma National Guard, which was the first unit to show up. Dutch came into Jeremy’s life a month after he married his wife Heather three years ago. Heather says that Dutch has been "the most therapeutic thing that could have ever happened" to her husband.

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Here is the contact information that I found for Montrose CO Calling and or sending a hand written snail mail letter will do more good than signing an online petition. They are taken way more seriously.

Please share the information

William E. Bell
City Manager
433 S. First Street
P.O. Box 790
Montrose, CO 81402

Ph: (970) 240-1420
Fx: (970) 252-4732
Cell: (970) 901-8580

The Municipal Court is the judicial component of the three branches of Montrose City government.

The City Council appoints the Municipal Judge and Assistant Judge.

All Court sessions are open to the public and are held every Thursday in the City Council Chambers at the Elks Civic Building. The current Municipal Court docket provides a list of cases that are to be heard during the next court session. The court docket is updated on Monday of each week, except on City-observed holidays.

Contact the Court
107 S. Cascade Ave.
P.O. Box 790
Montrose, CO 81402

Ph: (970) 240-1428
Fx: (970) 252-4728

Animal Services
3383 N. Townsend Ave.
P.O. Box 790
Montrose, CO 81401

Ph: (970) 240-1487
Dog Licensing Hotline:
Ph: (970) 240-1403
Fx: (970) 240-1418

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