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On February 26th, there was an incident involving my dog and another dog, a puppy. At the time of the incident, when pressed for information,
I brought my dog back to camp on Monday, March 9th. When I picked him up at the end of the day,
Upon returning home, I emailed
The next morning, she sent me an email saying that she felt my dog was aggressive and that I would need to take a few more weeks away from camp. While it is her business and she has the right to ask anyone to not come, this made me angry, as she had seemingly changed her mind over night.
I emailed her and asked her to answer the following questions regarding the biting incident: Why was my adult dog with puppies? Who/how many people were monitoring the dogs at the time of the incident? Were they distracted in any way (by cell phones, by posting to the
Her response was extremely vague and non-satisfactory. She did not answer any of my questions, and instead told me that she has ‘600 registered dogs’ and she has never had any incidents with any other dogs. I pressed, once again, for a response. She refused to give me a detailed account of the incident, and asked me to stop contacting her because I was harassing her.
All I want to know is how the incident occurred, how closely the employees were monitoring the room at the time, and what time the incident occurred. It concerns me that she will not honestly answer these questions and makes me concerned for the welfare of other dogs at camp. If anyone would like to read the entire string of emails between us to verify my version of the accounts, please contact me! I’m happy to share an uncensored version.
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