The whole story is not told here. An adoption was approved but the people decided not to adopt.
No contract was signed and she asked to foster a few days and see if it would work out. She then refused to let Viola Valley Dogs, Inc. take back the Doberman which was rightfully theirs and demanded it be turned over to a Doberman Rescue. Viola Valley Dogs had to take the Deputy Sheriff to the home to get the dog returned to our rescue.
The person tried to steal a dog that was rescued by Viola Valley Dogs. The Doberman was sent to the vet to be put down because it had an objected lodged in its stomach. Viola Valley Dogs was the only committed person to saving this dog. I worked hard Saturday and Sunday to raise the vet's fee of $1,170 to give the vet on Monday.
This person started on me wanting to adopt and was a friend of the vet tech who contacted me to save the dog. The vet tech wanted me to let this person to adopt and said she would make a wonderful home. The vet tech's mom also said the same. I also got another reference on this young lady.
She picked Simon up for me on Saturday because I was transporting puppies to another rescue. I stopped back by her house after returning home and she was already saying she was not sure they could keep him and wanted to foster a few days. I believe this was planned from the beginning, and she thought she could get away with it. Simon is beginning foster by a wonderful family and working with him because he is a very hyper dog and needs working with before he can be adopted by anyone.
I never wanted to rush an adoption on him and will not adopt him until he has settled down. This girl was a theft.
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