Veterans Dog Killed! Unbelievable And Horrible!

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    Two Pitbulls Kills Combat Veterans Emotional Support Dog 

    Please help Sgt Jackson she has suffered a great loss 

    MILITARY VETERANS NEED YOUR HELP!


    Sgt Jackson is a Combat Veterans who suffer from PTSD and Anxiety that sometimes keeps her up at night.  She and her beloved dog (Ms. Pooh) went out to get some late night fresh air and was viciously attacked by two Pitbulls that came out of nowhere. Unfortunately, Ms. Pooh did not survive the attack.    Sgt Jackson is devastated, to say the least!!! Animal Control has set traps for the dogs as they are still on the loose.  If anyone has information leading to the apprehension of these dogs please call Dekalb County Police or Dekalb Animal Control at (404) 294-2996.  


    Ironically Sgt Jackson had an appointment today with the Top Dogg K9 Foundation to get Ms. Pooh evaluated to become a service dog to help her cope with various mental health challenges after serving our country for 10 years.  But Ms. Pooh never made her schedule 10 am appointment today.  


    The Top Dogg k9 Foundation has made a promise to help locate a suitable dog quickly that can be trained as her service dog. She wants a smaller dog around 22 pounds or so.  We are asking the community to help.  Breeders, shelters and anyone who can give to support her and the organizations' efforts will be much appreciated.


    WATCH HER STORY ON WSB-TV http://bit.ly/2rYIJMs









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