Lookin for advice

Discussion in 'Horse Rescue / Adoption' started by BlazeSilversun, Aug 3, 2018.

  1. BlazeSilversun

    BlazeSilversun Registered

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    It sucks and its sad :'( ima call the sherrif tho and see if theyll help and if not then i guess they'll be nothin i can do
     
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  2. RelaxMax

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    Approach the owner and offer cash. If they dont care about the horse the way they're showing, theyll take it.
     
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    Alright ill try it
     
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    endurgirl Senior Member

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    Contact the Department of Agriculture
     
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    slc Senior Member

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    Animal Control doesn't 'side with the owners doing the abuse.' The problem is they have limited powers and a limited budget. They can only step in and confiscate an animal in the worst cases or in other cases, only after repeated warnings.

    The other problem may be that to you the abuse looks worse than it really is.
     
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  6. billz

    billz Full Member

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    Get green hundred dollar bills and show them to the owner. Money talks and can motivate someone if you catch them in need...Christmas and tax time are coming.
     
  7. waresbear

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    The barn owner is okay with a starving horse in the stall? Doesn't sound like a place where I would keep my horse!
     

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