$1,000 Dollar Reward Offered For Info In Dog Poisoning

$1,000 dollar reward is being offered for any information in connection to the poising of three dogs.

On Monday October 1st an English Setter was poisoned and later died. A second incident took place Tuesday when the owners say their two dachshunds the were poisoned with antifreeze mixed with dog food.

It all happened in the Hidden Hills neighborhood just off of Boston road.

The two animals were treated and have been released however, the owner is offering $1,000 dollars to anyone with information that can lead to an arrest an conviction of the people responsible.

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  • by Melissa Location: Mayfield, KY on Feb 25, 2008 at 07:48 AM
    My dogs were poisoned and one is kept on a tie-out, in otehrwords the poinson had to be placed within her reach. We live in the country and most folks don't keep their dogs up. There are 9 dogs missing in my area as I type this and we are terrified to even let our dogs out. We think we know who it doing it, we just can't catch them red-handed. But this is not over yet! My dogs are my kids and this is wrong, no matter what the dog has done!
  • by SR Location: Lexingto on Oct 9, 2007 at 10:14 AM
    To fed up -- GOOD FOR YOU! I love your comment and totally agree with you. Robert was not focusing on the what happened but very eager to blame the pet owner himself.
  • by Patty Location: pikeville,ky. on Oct 8, 2007 at 06:17 PM
    Animals feel pain just as a the person who did this.I hope he feels pain someday.If a pet bothers one.he should tell the owner first.This is a terrible thing for a person to do.I am sorry for the pet that died,Animals are mostly friendly and trusting.I hope the one who did this has to work in vet's office and see what a coward he was and learn how to be kind.
  • by fed Location: up on Oct 8, 2007 at 06:10 PM
    To Robert and others like him: Don't assume the dogs were loose. If you would take the time to search for additional information, you would know the dogs were poisoned in their yards. Stop blaming every pet owner for your problems. I'm sure you wouldn't want someone trespassing on your property and causing harm just because your pets or children (or God forbid, you)did something to upset your neighbors. Since you're so indignant about others' pets, you are probably very concerned about your own property rights, correct? Besides, a dog (or cat)running free does not entitle anyone to harm it unless done in genuine self defense. If there is a problem call the owner or animal control. Be an adult and act civilized.
  • by ky Location: ky on Oct 8, 2007 at 12:37 PM
    Were the dogs in a kennel? Did the owner have them tied up or fenced in? Dogs, no matter how well they are taken care of like to get into other peoples trash while it is outside waiting to be picked up! I am not familiar with the area that these animals are located but my guess is that they were not fenced in because no one would purposely open a fence and set down a bowl of food with Anitfreeze but if the animals werent locked up then probably someone who got tired of picking up shreds of thier garbabge had all they could take! I dont know if that is what happened but if sounds like a good possibility
  • by kelly Location: waynesburg on Oct 8, 2007 at 10:36 AM
    It all happened in the Hidden Hills neighborhood just off of Boston road. Lexington,KY
  • by roy Location: lex on Oct 7, 2007 at 02:23 PM
    Probably neighbor within barking distance from house, in boston road area
  • by James Location: Man-o-War, ClaysMill area on Oct 7, 2007 at 08:35 AM
    The story about the dogs being poisoned didn't tell us what part of town this happened in and we were wondering about that, as we have dogs. Please tell everyone were, so we can all look out for our pets! Thanks
  • by Robert` Location: S.Ky. on Oct 7, 2007 at 08:18 AM
    The story doesn't specify, but if the dogs were running loose, the owner should be charged. It is past time for pet owners to realize that it is there responsibility to keep their pet up. Other people DON'T want someone elses pet.
  • by paul Location: knott on Oct 7, 2007 at 07:16 AM
    where did this happen? all to often you guys leave out important info. many times a story used on tv should be re-written for print
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