Justice for Dogs Who Allegedly Suffered Chemical Burns

Target: Joan E. McNichol, Lewis County Attorney, Lewis County, Washington, US

Goal: Ensure stringent legal action against those allegedly responsible for animal cruelty in the Shockeyhaus case.

Pets, loyal and trusting, faced an alleged nightmare at Shockeyhaus. Reports have emerged of dogs suffering chemical burns, extreme weight loss, and injuries necessitating amputations. This facility, intended for training and breeding, apparently became a site of egregious neglect.

Owners recounted disturbing incidents. Dogs returned from Shockeyhaus were reportedly underfed, injured, or emotionally traumatized. One dog, Marley, apparently needed a tail amputation after a stay. The vivid descriptions of these pets’ conditions evoke deep concern and outrage. Such alleged maltreatment demands thorough investigation and accountability.

The community trusts such facilities with their beloved pets. If these allegations are substantiated, it reflects a grave betrayal of that trust. Thus, we urgently call for a comprehensive legal response to these allegations. These incidents must be scrutinized, and if found true, those responsible should face the full weight of the law.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Attorney Joan E. McNichol,

As concerned individuals, we draw your attention to the alarming situation at Shockeyhaus. Allegations of severe animal cruelty and neglect at this facility have surfaced, raising grave concerns. Pets entrusted to Shockeyhaus for training reportedly endured harrowing conditions, including chemical burns, severe weight loss, and in some cases, injuries leading to amputations.

Specific cases, like that of Marley, are particularly disturbing. Marley’s story, where neglect allegedly led to a necessary tail amputation and significant weight loss, illustrates the potential depth of this issue. These accounts suggest a pattern of mistreatment and negligence that is deeply troubling. We urge you to thoroughly investigate these allegations and ensure that justice is served if these claims are substantiated.

We appeal to your office to take decisive action. We seek assurance that these allegations will be thoroughly investigated and, if found true, that those responsible will be held accountable to the fullest extent of the law. This situation demands more than just a cursory glance; it calls for a firm commitment to justice and animal welfare.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

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2 Comments

  1. Sherry Akridge says:

    CLARKSBURG, W.Va. (WBOY) — About a dozen pet owners came forward to tell their stories about a dog training and breeding business in Lewis County where they say their dogs suffered chemical burns, extreme weight loss and injuries that required amputations.
    Sydney and Daryl Shockey, the two owners of Shockeyhaus, were arrested in Lewis County on Thursday and charged with three counts of animal cruelty each, according to a criminal complaint.
    Make them pay! Put them away where they belong! They are monsters!!

  2. Bullet the head for the perpetrator ends future acts of violence from him

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