Pet owner arrested after dog tests positive for Meth


spaminator
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Pet owner arrested after dog tests positive for Meth
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
First posted: Monday, July 11, 2016 10:59 PM EDT | Updated: Monday, July 11, 2016 11:11 PM EDT
FONTANA, Calif. -- A 21-year-old Southern California man has been arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty after his pet Chihuahua tested positive for methamphetamine, police said Monday.
Isaiah Nathaniel Sais of Fontana brought his Chihuahua, named Jack Sparrow, to an emergency centre in Upland on July 5, telling the veterinarians the dog had ingested the drug after finding it in his house.
On arrival, the dog was in danger of dying, suffering from convulsions, seizures and an irregular heartbeat, veterinarian Dr. Allison Pope said.
When the drug-test results came back positive, Sais reportedly declined treatment for his dog and left the building, against Pope's advice.
Animal Services went to Sais's house shortly after this and seized the Chihuahua, who they say they found in a state of neglect.
"There was the smell of urine in his fur and his nails were over-grown," Jaime Simmons from Fontana Animal Services said, adding that Jack may have been kept indoors for months.
The case was immediately submitted to the San Bernardino Animal Cruelty Task Force and an arrest warrant issued for the owner.
"We don't know exactly how the dog ingested the meth, but it's reasonable to assume that it could have been accessible to children," Simmons said.
The dog remains in a stable condition in the emergency centre and is expected to be transferred into a temporary foster home in the next few days.
Sais is being held at the West Valley Detention Center in San Bernardino. He has an unlisted phone number and it is unclear whether he has an attorney.
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petros
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"We don't know exactly how the dog ingested the meth, but it's reasonable to assume that it could have been accessible to children," Simmons said.
 
MHz
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Only in America, what retards. (does it make greyhounds run faster?? could put it in a ice bullet and no trace would be left, other than the dog so do the dna thing before the bullet thing). Place your bets.
 
Ludlow
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Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Only in America, what retards. (does it make greyhounds run faster?? could put it in a ice bullet and no trace would be left, other than the dog so do the dna thing before the bullet thing). Place your bets.

Yes we know that there are no psychotic sick fukks in Canada they are indigenous to America. What a predictably ignorant statement from an class A dummy.
 
MHz
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I didn't really think I would need to add the "Don't try this at home Kids' disclaimer, but then you didn't make it into the equation. I'm really proud that you are an American and not a Canadian, or worse, an Albertan. You about ready for some 'special attention'??
 
Ludlow
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

I didn't really think I would need to add the "Don't try this at home Kids' disclaimer, but then you didn't make it into the equation. I'm really proud that you are an American and not a Canadian, or worse, an Albertan. You about ready for some 'special attention'??

You need a little attention. A little Prep H will do you a world of good. Take a bath in it dummy.
 

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