Husky


  • Heather’s Day in Court: Tomorrow! April 28, 2015 We all know that Heather’s conscience would not allow her to give the puppy to someone she thought would be unable to care for her, especially a special needs puppy.
  • Habermehl sentencing… at last? July 24, 2013 Press Release | JuLY 24, 2013 The D.A.I.S.Y? Foundation wants the press to be aware that on Thursday, July 25th at 2:00 pm, Robert Habermehl will be in Calgary court for sentencing (unless Mr. Habermehl has another “heart attack”). Habermehl was charged on November 27, 2009 for physical abuse after a cat in his care, Minnie, was ...
  • Standing up against animal abuse January 24, 2013 We received the following letter written to Judge Marlene Graham after the November 2012 sentencing of Derick Collin Anderson who threw his girlfriend’s 11-week old Pomeranian puppy off a raised balcony and, because he didn’t die from the fall, proceeded to kick the puppy to death. Anderson then placed the puppy’s body in a recycling ...
  • Calgary man who kicked girlfriend’s puppy to death spared jail time November 29, 2012 Derick Colin Anderson, a 32-year-old Calgary man, who threw his girlfriend’s puppy off a balcony, kicked it to death and sent her photos of the dead pet by text was given a 10-month conditional sentence, a year of probation and 100 hours of community service.
  • No justice for Ben today May 6, 2011 John McWilliams purposely and negligently set an illegal snare trap in a publicly accessible park that should not have been where it was. And by these actions, he killed Ben. Thirty feet from Lorna, Ben was strangled in such a way that he could not even cry out for help.
  • How false accusations by drug addict, RCMP in Sundre wild horse case destroyed lives April 28, 2011 Three men charged with the slaying of a wild, pregnant horse near Sundre were completely exonerated in provincial court Wednesday morning. Crown prosecutor Gord Haight told court that new information disclosed by the defence has led him to “withdraw all charges” against Jason Nixon, the general manager at Mountain Aire Lodge, as well as against Earl ...
  • Charges dropped against three men in Alberta wild horse case April 27, 2011 New evidence showed the mare never was shot, but likely died giving birth or in an accident, and was found dead on the side of the road — about 130 kilometres north of Calgary — by the three men: Jason Nixon, Gary Cape and Earl Anderson.
  • Ben – needlessly killed in an illegal snare trap April 26, 2011 “Ben was only about 30 feet from me in the bush, and I never heard a thing. The conservation officer said would have instantly closed off his breathing, so he never had the opportunity to call out.”
  • Adjournment in Sundre horse killing case April 6, 2011 One of three men accused of illegally shooting a feral horse near Sundre in 2009 said Monday he’s confident he will be exonerated. Provincial court Judge Cheryl Daniel agreed to adjourn the trial for the day after the three men’s lawyers and Crown prosecutor Gord Haight discussed new disclosure that was recently turned over from ...
  • Alleged horse killers on trial in Calgary April 5, 2011 A lot of the wild horse herds in Alberta started turning up shot, left to die brutal, agonizing deaths near the side of the highway, and a lot of Albertans were as outraged as they were heartbroken.

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