Sam Hanson-Fleming plans to pick up the dog he named "Chase" from the Oregon Humane Society in Northeast Portland at 3:30 p.m. Thursday. Check out oregonlive.com/portland for a video of the reunion.
A Corvallis judge ruled Thursday that a husky-Siberian mix dog at the center of a months-long custody dispute must be "immediately" released to his original owner, Sam Hanson-Fleming of Portland.
Benton County Circuit Judge Locke Williams issued his order after hearing testimony from an investigator who said he witnessed a brief reunion between Hanson-Fleming and the dog -- and the dog was "overjoyed."
Lets be honest here. A service dog for asthma is a pretty ridiculous notion. How difficult is it to carry a 2 ounce inhaler? I have never even heard of a service dog for asthma and I don't think it should be given any weight in this battle. Carry your ****ing inhaler.
EXACTLY what i thought.
completely concur with spoiled brat also. i'd punch her in her fat face
if someone came claiming my cat was theirs (which i found on the street), i wouldn't want to give her back either. She didn't have and any tags, was covered in fleas and was only about 6 weeks old, but you know... still.
i think in that case you could call negligence on the previous owner. 6 weeks = baby, and not even supposed to be away from the mama cat! (found our kitten in basically the same circumstances, didn't try to find an owner)
Biggs still wouldn't return the dog. On July 20, Corvallis police seized the dog and arrested Biggs under a charge of felony first-degree theft.
Biggs' criminal trial is scheduled to begin Oct. 24 and last two days.
Jail time for this seems a little excessive, but hopefully she'll at least learn a lesson in animal code.