Euthanized Dog Reportedly Found With Large Holes in Body After Boarding at Vet Deserves Justice

Target: Williamson County, Texas Attorney Doyle Hobbs Jr.

Goal: Give veterinarian who allegedly allowed animals to be boarded in filthy conditions prison sentence and do not allow her to continue practicing.

An English bulldog, named Jax, allegedly had to be euthanized after it was reported he developed serious sores all over his body while he was being boarded at a local veterinary clinic. Dr. Dana R. Boehm, the veterinarian who owns the practice, needs to spend time in prison if it is determined that this innocent animal died because he did not receive proper care while staying at her facility.

Jax’s owners claimed that some of the sores found on his body had penetrated through his skin. He was also reportedly covered in urine and was not able to walk when they picked him up. Although Jax’s owners rushed him to another veterinary hospital to immediately get help, Jax’s injuries were allegedly so severe he had to be euthanized. After the alleged incident took place, authorities thoroughly searched the veterinary hospital and reportedly found feces and urine everywhere as well as clothes dripping in urine. Not only were the animals allegedly being housed in these dirty conditions, they were also said not to be provided with adequate food or water.

Although the animals were returned to their owners and Dr. Dana R. Boehm turned herself in to the police, Boehm was released on bail. Sign this petition to demand she be required to spend a long time behind bars and that she no longer be allowed to continue practicing as a veterinarian to better ensure other pets will be safe if she is found guilty of these horrific crimes.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear County Attorney Hobbs Jr.,

Dr. Dana Boehm was recently arrested after it was allegedly discovered that a healthy English bulldog, named Jax, had to be euthanized after being under her care. Dr. Boehm should not only be given the maximum amount of time in prison, but she should also get her veterinary license revoked if it is found that any animals died as a result of neglect.

Surveillance cameras appear to show that Jax was healthy when he was dropped off at the veterinary clinic. However, when his owners picked him up, they reportedly saw that Jax had a bunch of painful sores all over his body and that many of those sores had poked holes in his skin, some were apparently deep enough to expose bone or tendons. Although Jax was taken to get medical help at another nearby clinic, it was the opinion of the second veterinarian that he was suffering so badly, Jax had to be euthanized. When officials searched the building, they reported finding syringes that were not properly sealed, clothes that were soaked in urine, and a massive amount of waste that had not been cleaned up. Additionally, it was said that none of the animals boarding at the facility had been given sufficient water or food.

While it is good news that no other animals had to be euthanized and that they were all safely returned to their owners, Dr. Dana R. Boehm should also no longer be allowed to practice veterinary medicine, and she should be given the longest prison sentence possible if it is found she is responsible for Jax’s death, or for any other animals suffering while under her care.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Williamson County Sheriff’s Office


17 Comments

  1. Evan Jane Kriss says:

    IMMEDIATELY REVIKE her veterinary license, and IMMEDIATELY REMOVE ALL ANIMALS at her workplace and at her home! Prosecute her to the fullest extent of the law for multiple counts of egregious and intentional animal abuse. BAN her from ever practicing veterinary medicine anywhere, and from ever purchasing, owning, caring for or working with any animals ever again. Finally, MAKE HER PAY ALL VET BILLS to restore surviving animals to full health.

  2. This was totally avoidable. This poor dog died due to horrendous care, or lack of care at all. The vet needs to not have a license to practice anywhere and face a felony charge with a long prison sentence. She should not have any access to animals nor have any animals near her for the rest of her life. We who love our pets go trustingly to a vet we know and feel confident our little ones will be taken care of in an expert and compassionate manner. She needs to make full payment towards any survivors of her abuse so as to return them to full health. What a tragedy for the family.

  3. This vile, mentally deranged animal abusing bitch must have the death penalty implemented. I am ready, willing and able to help perform this procedure. A slow and agonising death for this scumbag is essential!!!!

  4. Brenda Ferguson says:

    She should be so shamed in public, in the media, and in all Veterinarian publications, as well as ‘word of mouth’. She took the training and ‘oath’ to protect those animals ENTRUSTED in HER care…..Sounds like she was only interested in taking unsuspecting owners’ money…….SHAME ON HER and SHAME even more if she is NOT charged to the utmost allowed by law…..

  5. Brenda Roy says:

    Throw this heartless bitch in prison for a long time! Take her vet license too! Those poor animals.

  6. Erin Ryan says:

    Revoke her license NOW! Put her in prison for her torture, abuse, and animal cruelty! Never allow her to be around animals ever again! She is a disgrace not only as a vet but as a human being!

  7. patricia schwartzman says:

    Dear County Attorney Hobbs Jr.,
    Revoke that criminals’ license and close down his Clinic. God only knows how many innocent animals he’ll have murdered and their owners did nothing.
    What a blood thirsty murderer!
    Thank you!

  8. Teresa Zamalloa says:

    Jail is the place where he should be now!
    Please, don’t disappoint us when dictating sentence.
    Thank you your Highness!

  9. Gabriela Torres says:

    Holes?
    What if that murderer was experimenting, practicing, transplanting organs!
    That’s what it looks like!

  10. sylvia vegas says:

    Dana R. Boehm – Karma will get you, you’ll end up paying for your crimes!

  11. Besa Lapi says:

    Poor innocent Jax!
    Don’t let this bitch ever be able to work with animals again.

  12. This scum sucking bitch needs to have her license revoked not be allowed near animals not even as a veterinarian technician or a kennel attendant or even a receptionist. Nothing to do with animals ever again and then throw her thumb sucking ass in prison with a hefty fine.

  13. your supposed to be a healer. that is the oath you take when you become any kind of doctor and more so as a vet. your dealing with patients that can’t express what they feel. it’s up to you to do your job. his license should be pulled and if no jail is given, heavy fines and restitution to the families of animals that were injured or died in his care.

  14. This vile and evil bitch Vet must be put to death. Kill the evil vermin bitch. Burn in hell you lowlife pos.

  15. E johnson says:

    She should not be walking free after torturing and signing the death sentence on animals supposedly in her care. She “needs” to be euthanized

  16. OMG seriously – kill off this f*cking bitch of a vet. She doesn’t deserve a license as she is obviously using it just as a way to “kill animals.” Who would ever think that when they dropped their dog off for a stay at a vet clinic that they would come back to find this – this bitch deserves the death penalty she is like all of the other animals abusers only a bit worse because she stands behind her degree which obviously means “fuck all.” Disgusting piece of shit!!

  17. Kathleen I Nagy-DeRosa says:

    I guess she was absent the day they took the oath:

    “Being admitted to the profession of veterinary medicine, I solemnly swear to use my scientific knowledge and skills for the benefit of society through the protection of animal health and welfare, the prevention and relief of animal suffering, the conservation of animal resources, the promotion of public health, and the advancement of medical knowledge.

    I will practice my profession conscientiously, with dignity, and in keeping with the principles of veterinary medical ethics.

    I accept as a lifelong obligation the continual improvement of my professional knowledge and competence.”

    She must have won her license in a poker game or paid 25 cents for it in a bubble gum machine. She should not be allowed to practice veterinary medicine ever again, nor be allowed near any animal for the rest of her days. And people wonder why malpractice insurance is so high. Despicable witch.

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