I said from the beginning this was fishy. Hunting dogs are used to living in outdoor conditions. Most people keep their hunting dogs in outdoor kennels. I have a friend who has a Brittney mix, that dog freaking takes naps in snowbanks. I think people sometimes want to treat their dogs like humans, they are not human THEY ARE DOGS! Dogs love being outside, even when it is cold out. Sometimes it’s hard to get my Boston Terrier to come inside, and he has no fur. While Mr. Christensen’s ‘Kennels’ may have not looked professionally built, they probably did not pose any health risk to the dogs.

A judge has ruled two searches of Dan Christensen’s property should never have been done and that former Second Chance Rescue executive director Rosey Quinn purposely misled the court in order to conduct a raid on Christensen’s dog breeding operation back in September.

If I was Dan, I would counter sue.


7 Thoughts on “Who let the dogs out?

  1. Ghost of Dude on February 2, 2010 at 8:31 am said:

    Sue away as long as it doesn’t take money from the rescue center. That place needs every penny they have, and does good work.

  2. I didn’t mean sue the shelter, but the person involved in perjury. It’s kind of like the ACORN situation, ruin the whole apple barrell

  3. Costner on February 2, 2010 at 9:00 am said:

    There appear to be few bad apples there… not sure if they all are still employed there or not, but when you hear stories about a benefit for the center followed by the executive director making a large personal purchase a few days later, it makes you wonder where all the cash is really going.

    I’d love to see an audit of that place. They do good work, but the politics of it all has blurred the original mission.

  4. I’ve heard lots of stories over the last few months, including allegations of embezzlement.

  5. RU4Real on February 2, 2010 at 1:04 pm said:

    Wow an issue we can agree on lol. Does anyone else smell a skunk in the wood pile with Rosey Quinn’s resignation? I think her intentions were good. From what I saw on TV the conditions were not perfect, but they didn’t seem as bad as they would want you to believe.

  6. Poly43 on February 3, 2010 at 6:04 am said:

    Have been to Second Chance a couple of times. Went there to purchase tickets for wine tour benefits they were sponsoring. Was shown around the place on both occasions. Was impressed with what they were doing. I fear the animals are the ones who will ultimately suffer in this one.

  7. The thing that bothers me is that dogs are very loyal to their owners, and when they are being jerked around like this it could be very harmful to his breeding practices.

Post Navigation