Couple angered by mare's confiscation...

Couple angered by mare's confiscation and death

There are 59 comments on the Sequoyah County Times story from Jun 29, 2012, titled Couple angered by mare's confiscation and death. In it, Sequoyah County Times reports that:

A registered quarter horse mare, Robertas Approach according to her registration papers, was in bad shape when Amanda and William Dillon took her on as a rehabilitation project.

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amanda

United States

#48 Aug 7, 2012
*rescue. Sorry
amanda

United States

#50 Aug 7, 2012
Get a life dirt bag
paul

Tulsa, OK

#52 Aug 7, 2012
either way paul cant put the horse down, so looks like you have nothing.
amanda

Canton, TX

#54 Aug 7, 2012
Ok dude, ever you think, have fun bashing guys, grow up, this is about the death of a horse, and Moreland being held accountable, not about stupid men trying to get a rise out of me, got a problem, come on over and address yourr problem, otherwise bug off. Oh and paul, stop hiding behind a computer and own up!
paul

United States

#55 Aug 7, 2012
Not even a little worried, didn't do anything wrong
amanda

United States

#56 Aug 7, 2012
Ok, we will see!
amanda

United States

#57 Aug 7, 2012
Please ignore my rude comments that were meant for "zack", his comments have been removed, and I didn't mean to offend anyone with them. Thank you
Zack

United States

#58 Aug 7, 2012
amanda wrote:
Please ignore my rude comments that were meant for "zack", his comments have been removed, and I didn't mean to offend anyone with them. Thank you
I was extremely offended by your rude and condescendingly toned comments!
amanda

United States

#59 Aug 7, 2012
Uh huh, sure ok dude go away, at least you know how to spell now, yippie!
huntergrogandvm

Alpharetta, GA

#60 Sep 27, 2012
Aug 6, 2012
Zack wrote:
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I'm a cop ho!!!
city certified and I take cair of all tha animal problams round here bitch that horse had 2 b put down casse yoo an u ole man don't give a f u k!
I'll whop his ass and yo's too biyyatch!!
...whoa......what a "manly man"! You know what? That sounds like an outright THREAT to me! You have it in writing, I'd be pressing charges on that "city certified cop". How hilarious! I wish i could've heard that in person..."I'll whop his ass and yo's too biyyatch"...This person's really a cop? He sounds like a complete dumbass! Tooooooo funny!
Anyway, enough about dumbass, just writing to tell you I am sorry for your loss. People who "know everything!" like this one apparently dont know that rehabilitating a starved horse is done over a long period of time. You dont just start giving them lots of food & they get better. Their tissues and organs have begun to shut down in some cases and they must be handled thru a very strict and structured rehabilitation. They didn't get that way overnite and, unfortunately, they don't begin to show progress overnite. It is a very long, delicate process. How very sad that this ended the way it did. However, we in the industry are very proud of the endless hours people such as you put in to help these tortured animals. And you should be very proud as well. You are doing the right thing. We can only wish there were more people such as you. Thank you sincerely. Hunter Grogan, DVM
amanda

United States

#61 Sep 29, 2012
huntergrogandvm wrote:
Aug 6, 2012
Zack wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm a cop ho!!!
city certified and I take cair of all tha animal problams round here bitch that horse had 2 b put down casse yoo an u ole man don't give a f u k!
I'll whop his ass and yo's too biyyatch!!
...whoa......what a "manly man"! You know what? That sounds like an outright THREAT to me! You have it in writing, I'd be pressing charges on that "city certified cop". How hilarious! I wish i could've heard that in person..."I'll whop his ass and yo's too biyyatch"...This person's really a cop? He sounds like a complete dumbass! Tooooooo funny!
Anyway, enough about dumbass, just writing to tell you I am sorry for your loss. People who "know everything!" like this one apparently dont know that rehabilitating a starved horse is done over a long period of time. You dont just start giving them lots of food & they get better. Their tissues and organs have begun to shut down in some cases and they must be handled thru a very strict and structured rehabilitation. They didn't get that way overnite and, unfortunately, they don't begin to show progress overnite. It is a very long, delicate process. How very sad that this ended the way it did. However, we in the industry are very proud of the endless hours people such as you put in to help these tortured animals. And you should be very proud as well. You are doing the right thing. We can only wish there were more people such as you. Thank you sincerely. Hunter Grogan, DVM
Thanks, I really appreciate that. We do what we do because we love horses, they are our family :-) one day people will understand that and maybe this suit will help changw some of the laws... thanks again!

Since: Mar 12

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#62 Sep 30, 2012
No matter what the situation, I think it's pretty crappy that you place all of those Deputies on the same boat. You say it was okay, if a vet says it wasn't then I guess a judge will be the one who decides this matter. I think it's pretty crappy of you to stand in Walmart and make people who come in for car repairs have to hear you make comments about this and Deputy Paul Moreland. Don't know him and don't are to but not everyone should have to be out on his level here. Oh by the way a complaint has been made with Walmart about your actions also. Personal business should not be talked about there.
amanda

United States

#63 Sep 30, 2012
Sequoyah county voter wrote:
No matter what the situation, I think it's pretty crappy that you place all of those Deputies on the same boat. You say it was okay, if a vet says it wasn't then I guess a judge will be the one who decides this matter. I think it's pretty crappy of you to stand in Walmart and make people who come in for car repairs have to hear you make comments about this and Deputy Paul Moreland. Don't know him and don't are to but not everyone should have to be out on his level here. Oh by the way a complaint has been made with Walmart about your actions also. Personal business should not be talked about there.
I apologize if I offended you, I do not put all sequoyah county officers in the same level, and if it came off that way I apologize. Most of seq. County officers are great at their job, so to whom over I offended with a comment I made, I apologize, it in no way represented my employers opinions of anyone, nor did it have anything to do with them.
amanda

United States

#64 Sep 30, 2012
And the vet said she would have been okay, she was not put to sleep because of her condition, she was put to sleep because of the "rescue enviroment" availabe, aka the person she was givin to didn't have the time or means to care for her condition. It was a long uphill climb for her... she was improving everyday. She went from not being able to walk 5 feet without laying down to walking across 5acres without laying down... all the vets that had seen her and that we spoke with said with the right care, she was going to be fine. So please have facts straight before commenting about her "condition".
Alicia Briggs

United States

#65 Oct 11, 2012
paul wrote:
If they cared about that horse it wouldn't be in the shape it was in at there place. It should have been at a vet.
Are you really that stupid, Paul? Seriously? Have you been smoking the crack that your stitches left lying on your coffee table? They're HORSE REHABILITATORS.(Big words, I know. Sound it out or have an adult read it for you.) They rehabilitate horses that would otherwise be killed. They make them better. Can you understand those words? Vets have neither the time nor money required to provide full-time care for such animals. They rely in people like Amanda and Scott to help out. Even a super trooper wanna-be such as yourself can understand that, right?
Alicia Briggs

United States

#66 Oct 11, 2012
paul wrote:
Not even a little worried, didn't do anything wrong
You mean other than being a terrible excuse as an officer of the law? You shouldn't even be allowed to carry a Dollar Store badge, let alone a real badge that grants you any type of authority.
amanda

United States

#67 Oct 12, 2012
Alicia be nice, your heart is in the right place . I appreciate the defense and you know my thoughts on the issue but we will handle it in court. ;-) love ya see ya
Terry

United States

#68 Jun 22, 2013
amanda wrote:
Alicia be nice, your heart is in the right place . I appreciate the defense and you know my thoughts on the issue but we will handle it in court. ;-) love ya see ya
How did you feel about him losing that election a while back? Do you believe topix comments had an affect on how many votes he got?
amanda

Gladewater, TX

#69 Jun 30, 2013
Terry wrote:
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How did you feel about him losing that election a while back? Do you believe topix comments had an affect on how many votes he got?
I don't know, maybe... we just are trying to let this go... we said what we wanted to the sheriff, he isn't an officer anymore and so I guess some justice was served, just wish she (angel) was still here, she would be fat, sassy, and healthy by now :-(

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