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Old September 23rd 03, 08:51 PM
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Default chilling account of a near -miss dog shooting

Once again, Lynn K. is a dog murderer and dog murdering advocate. Your
typical police officer is thousands of times more likely to kill an
innocent civilian than is your typical pitbull. Some infant almost
learned that the hard way.

Lynn will apologize for the police no matter what and she is a big fan
of shooting and/or killing dogs who don't get with the program.
Especially flashy, dynamite, titled before the age of two border
collies. Lynn K. will kill them, DEAD to make sure her insurance rates
don't go up.

She's really passionate about insurance rates, and shooting dogs who
chase deer.

She's a wonderful person, really, even when she's manic and bipolar and
off her rocker. I'm glad you had the pleasure to meet her. If you need
any tips on killing dogs, she's a veritable font of information.


the ceo
reporting live...
http://dogtv.com



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Lynn K, kills a great dog
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Exactly. A couple of years ago I evaluated a BC bitch in rescue who had
gotten in 20-25 bites on her foster family the 1st day in their home.
The problem was that there were a whole slew of people lined up who
wanted her because she was a dynamite herding dog, titled before she was
2, flashy, etc.. Most of these people were single women

[editor's note, like Melanie Lee Chang, who would
have had ZERO problems with this dog, even though
she's 1/10th the trainer Michael is]

into competitive herding who had no children or plans to have any.

Testing the dog revealed that she had a safety zone of about 3 ft and
would use her mouth to drive out anyone who came within that space
(other than whoever was holding her leash). She also would not tolerate
any entrance to her airspace. The deciding factor was that eye contact
was also a trigger and the severity of the bite increased with eye's
moved lowerer to her level. IOW, the shorter the person, the harder the
bite, and kids were shortest of all."

[This is HOWE lynn KillMooreDogs seals a
a dog's fate and this is HOWE SHE KILLS
DOGS. She kills them with WORDS, not with
poison. She lets sucker animal lovers or
sucker volunteers do the dirty work of
poisoning them and dumping their bodies,
after she condemns them to death with
her "evaluation"] --editor's note


We decided that even if we could feel perfectly safe with a person and
situation we placed her into, she still had to live in a world where
there were children and we couldn't, in good conscience, put a known
risk like her into that world. People's lives and situation change and
any adopter might have future contact with children that they don't have
at present.

She was put down.


[because of Lynn K.s Passionate concerns about
LIABILITY INSURANCE, the ONLY thing she cares
about, besides her REPUTATION as an "animal
lover" BWHAHAHAHAAHAHAAAAA!!!] --editor's note

Lynn K.

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MOOOOORE DOG KILLING FROM LYNN KILLMAKOS





LYNN K. "I'LL PUT A BITER DOWN AS FAST AS ANYONE"


==============================================
On her role in killing dogs in the SF Bay area, a role she claims she
doesn't play anymoore.
==============================================


"I'll put down a biter as fast as anyone - provided I have seen the
behavior and know that the dog is in fact a biter."
--Lynn K.

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"I've been in dogs for over 40 years and worked with
many rescue organizations and with shelters in 3 states. I've
been in the position of evaluating court-seized dogs in bite
cases."
--Lynn K.

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No. I evaluated Hera. It wasn't all poor upbringing and management.

Lynn K.


--------------------------

Exactly. A couple of years ago I evaluated a BC bitch in rescue who had
gotten in 20-25 bites on her foster family the 1st day in their home.
The problem was that there were a whole slew of people lined up who
wanted her because she was a dynamite herding dog, titled before she was
2, flashy, etc.. Most of these people were single women

[editor's note, like Melanie Lee Chang, who would
have had ZERO problems with this dog, even though
she's 1/10th the trainer Michael is]

into competitive herding who had no children or plans to have any.

Testing the dog revealed that she had a safety zone of about 3 ft and
would use her mouth to drive out anyone who came within that space
(other than whoever was holding her leash). She also would not tolerate
any entrance to her airspace. The deciding factor was that eye contact
was also a trigger and the severity of the bite increased with eye's
moved lowerer to her level. IOW, the shorter the person, the harder the
bite, and kids were shortest of all."

[This is HOWE lynn KillMooreDogs seals a
a dog's fate and this is HOWE SHE KILLS
DOGS. She kills them with WORDS, not with
poison. She lets sucker animal lovers or
sucker volunteers do the dirty work of
poisoning them and dumping their bodies,
after she condemns them to death with
her "evaluation"] --editor's note


We decided that even if we could feel perfectly safe with a person and
situation we placed her into, she still had to live in a world where
there were children and we couldn't, in good conscience, put a known
risk like her into that world. People's lives and situation change and
any adopter might have future contact with children that they don't have
at present.

She was put down.


[because of Lynn K.s Passionate concerns about
LIABILITY INSURANCE, the ONLY thing she cares
about, besides her REPUTATION as an "animal
lover" BWHAHAHAHAAHAHAAAAA!!!] --editor's note

Lynn K.
---------------------------


"I had a somewhat similar situation 2 weeks ago. I got a call from the
city pound informing me that a dog that had once been in our Humane
Society program had been picked up and was scheduled to die the next
day. After much research, I found out that the dog was never really one
of ours, but that a foster home we had briefly used, then fired, took a
litter, let most die needlessly, and this was the sole survivor. I got
the dog extended 24 hours, sent 6 interested parties to the pound to see
the dog, and ran to the pound to let them know the owner's contact info.
It turns out that they knew well who the owner was - over 20
complaints against her and the dog had been picked up twice that month.
She went to Mexico for a long vacation and left the dog in the back
yard, trusting neighbors to throw food over the fence. To make it
worse, I evaluated the dog as unsafe, and then the dog went for a kennel
worker and was declared unsafe by the pound, and only available to us.
The pound would not let the owner reclaim the dog, even if she were
available to do so. So that left me with -
- a dog with unclear legal ownership
- an unsuitable owner who wanted the dog, but couldn't have the dog
- an unadoptable dog for the general public
- a dog that couldn't go to anyone who would be able to help him
- and no foster homes or resources to take him into our rescue program.

The dog died. And I had to tell that irresponsible owner on her return
why her dog had to die."

Lynn K.

[it's always a tragedy and the dog
just up and dies. But Lynn KILL
won't mention her part in the
killing. She condemned that innocent
dog to death simply because it got lost.
But Lynn Kill will ignore that.
Lynn K always blames
someone else when she is involved in
killing a perfectly good dog.

The organizations Lynn K is
a part of GET PAID TO KILL DOGS,
and somebody has to make up stupid
reasons to kill perfectly good dogs
Because the STATE is paying those
"shelters" to ELIMINATE dogs & puppies
Lynn K. plays a role in that capacity,
despite her lies and denials. The STATE
needs those dogs dead, and Lynn Kill
helps them achieve their objective, like
she did in her part in the confiscation
and murder of the lost dog in the case
above. The dog HAD TO DIE, because Lynn
KILL said so.]
--editor's note

-----------------------------


Shows you what you know. It was SF, not LA, and I evaluated Hera.
She was fear aggressive. Period. No training of any kind on that
dog, much to the DA's chagrin because he wanted to be able to charge
them with Murder 2.

Lynn K.

[Hera was one of the dogs involved in the San Francisco Diane Whipple
dog fatality. Lynn K. frequently brags that she was involved in
evaluating that dog. That dog, of course, was killed]
--editor's note


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There's several threads going on now in .behavior about dominance problems.

In one of them (HELP! Life or Death...) I gave the 21 management rules I
use for a dominant dog. For real hardcases, the other option is to
escalate to a full NILIF regime. Frankly, any dog that doesn't respond
to either of those options is a rogue, unsafe, and should be destroyed.

Lynn K.


[Lynn K. does not pull any punches
when it comes to killing dogs or
recommending that they be killed for
not getting with the program, or for
jumping up and playing with volunteers
at one of her "shelters"

ARRRRRRRGH!!!] --editor's note
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Lynn K.


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Donna wrote:

I posted once already, so this may be deja vu, but anywooo....

I don't understand the purpose of your post, Lynn. None of your
opinions about Rupert or the apartment building or Oakland in general
have any relevance whatsoever to the shooting incident.

If you'd had concerns with Rupert's bounciness back when you did the
interview with Amber (2-3 years ago?), your feedback would have been
so much more helpful back then, Not now - under these circumstances.
Amber was wet behind the ears back then... And by gawd, you're a
trainer after all. Your timing on this post leads me to believe that
you've been harboring this opinion for quite some time, but haven't
found the opportunity to express it til just now. Again, for what
purpose?

As it stands, there is no word that Rupert "launched" at the officer
or the news reporters anyone else on the scene. (If he'd had, we'd
have heard all about it!) To imply such is quite inflammatory. And to
imply that Amber purposefully sets people up to be launch targets is
ugly. Please. Why are you doing this?

His size is, again, irrelevent to the situation. We have a right to
own 70 pound dogs. And 30 pound dogs. And 120 pound dogs. Its clear
that the officer perceived him as a threat - no argument there. But
his *reaction to this perceived threat (shooting at an occupied bldg)
is what this issue is all about.

Additionally, her courtyard is not a large loading dock. Its just as
has been described by the news reporters who came out to do the live
story - a courtyard. With 6 or so apartment doors facing out towards
the common area. But if it were a loading dock - what difference? The
dog had a right to be there, under voice control, enjoying the space
without worrying that some panicked fool would pull a gun on him.

Playing up the dog fighting angle of Oakland is again, irrelevant -
and really annoying! It plays right into the hype that the media uses
and seems to want to give Smith his excuse to shoot. Oakland is
crawling with pit bulls of all sizes - that's a fact. I live here, I
know. This doesn't mean pit bulls are fair game for target practice,
especially those that are family pets. They deserve the same
considerations as pit bulls do out in your area.

I only met you once, and liked you back when we met. But your post is
so disappointing and makes me really sad.


 




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