Charlie's owner has signed him over to a sanctuary. He will now be able to live his life with the training and freedom that he deserves. Yea for Charlie!
@Helgaguillen Ramos: The decision has been made. David has wisely signed Charlie over to a sanctuary, where he will get the training and freedom that he so desperately needs. Yea for Charlie!
@Catherine Geudens: In your opinion, who is the victim in this incident? The mounted officer and his horse were on a routine patrol and were attacked by an off leash dog. In a sense, I agree Charlie is a victim, he did not get the training he needed to be let off leash in Crissy Field. His owner on the other hand is not a victim, he had no control of his off leash dog in an unfenced, National Recreation area.
@Helgaguillen Ramos: Michael Viks dogs were also declared vicious and extremely dangerous. If those dogs, who were abused as they were and trained to be that way, could receive rehabilitation and have that label removed, why can't Charlie? Once that label is removed, he then needs to be placed with a Resonsible owner.
@Sherylrandall22: The judge is not going to be looking at FB to make his decision.
@Shmoozilla2000: I'm afraid so too
@Otrannel: That choice is in Charlie's owners hands. He has stated during two radio interviews if his only two options are to either place Charlie with a sanctuary or have him put down, he will have Charlie put to sleep.
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