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The owners of an American Pit Bull Terrier who said they wouldn’t be able to bring the dog to a local animal shelter have taken to social media to say that they won’t be allowed inside a San Diego County animal shelter for fear it will be used for animal abuse.
The owners, Chris and Michelle O’Brien, said they don’t want to be punished because of their dog’s condition.
O’Brien said the dog has had a bad history of bites, but it hasn’t been something that has been a problem with the family.
“We have been through so much and are doing it for the love of our dogs,” O’Briens told KENS 5.
We have to live for our dogs, and we know it is the best for our animals, Chris O’Brion said.
The O’Blions said they decided to take their pet to the Animal Care and Control Agency for help because the dog is so aggressive.
“We are so thankful for the animal shelter.
We want to get it to a safe place so we can get help,” Michelle O ‘Brien said.
In their Facebook post, the O’blons say that the dog’s history of aggression has been “completely documented.”
“The only problem is that this dog will not go into the shelter,” the post read.
Michelle O’Neill said that she believes that the O’tmans are using their dog as a bargaining chip to get a better deal from the shelter.
“It is very frustrating because they are using the dog as an opportunity to try to get better conditions at the shelter because they know it will only hurt our dogs more,” she said.
O’Neill is hoping that she can get her dog to the shelter soon and that the animal will be taken to a veterinarian for testing.
You can watch the full report on CBS6 at 5:00 p.m. and 9:00 a.m., and the KENS 6 News at 10:00 and 11:00.