Target: Edmonds City Hall, Washington,
Please join us in Signing the Petition to revoke Kristina Robinson’s license. We will then present that petition to the City of Edmonds. We believe she continues to make poor staffing and dog safety choices and is not qualified to run her own dog-centric business. Get on and sign today to prevent other families from enduring the loss of one of their family members. From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you for being a voice for the voiceless.
FACT: Our dog Livi, a 4 y/o GSP, was mauled and killed by Kristina Robinson’s own pack of dogs (2 Pit Bulls/1 German Shepherd/1 Bulldog-OR Pittie mix) on their own turf after she left them alone for 45 minutes on 29 December 2016. Worse yet, we have private emails to clients where she has admitted prior injury for “making the same choice.”
FACT: Precious Paws has only one valid business license, in EDMONDS. They may not illegally use that license to usher dogs to an ILLEGAL kennel at Kristina Robinson’s private home in Mountlake Terrace but this is what they have done for several years now.
FACT: The City of Mountlake Terrace refuses to abate the nuisance with signage on the property. That signage would have saved Livi’s life because we would have seen it when we picked Livi up at the home. A City Councilor finally admitted having direct ties to the house where Livi was mauled and killed.
FACT: There is no zoning for this non-conforming use in Mountlake Terrace and she was warned repeatedly with empty threats of civil penalties that would amount to $250,000.00 since 2014. But they won’t enforce anything.
FACT: She has engaged in other reckless conduct and lied in 2014 and lied in telling Edmonds City Council “Dogs supervised 24/7 and NEVER left unattended.”
FACT: The Mayor of Edmonds will only revoke the license if the police or code enforcement get involved. Neighbors are now submitting information to Edmonds police and code enforcement.
FACT: She lied again on 4 Jan 2017, telling City Council “Never had so much as one bite in four (4) years.” In point in fact there was a bloody fight at the Edmonds storefront in summer of 2016 and a $700 vet bill for 25 stitches sustained by Liko, another female dog in her care some 18 months ago.
FACT: MLT has taken no real action in this case but Animal Control Officer Elena McKee told Edmonds AC Officer to stand down because “it was going to get very ugly and messy for the city.”
FACT: She told City Council in 2014 – “I’ve worked for Central Bark, Academy of Canine Behavior and Mountlake Terrace Veterinary Clinic.” We cannot verify any of this and she reneged on providing information to our attorney Adam Karp. We are at wit’s end.