7 comments to “No one wants to kill pets – regional NSW edition”

  1. jeanine | May 31, 2013 | Permalink

    Something has to be done about these cowboys.. Only compassionate dog lovers should be hired to do this job.. Yes, not every owner is resposible, not every dog is managable, BUT way too many loved and cared for animals are killed for one mistake or misfortune.

  2. julie morris | May 31, 2013 | Permalink

    I am shocked…throwing a blind dog over the fence causing such severe injury, is that not animal cruelty and shooting a dog in the head because he is difficult to unload is that not animal cruelty. Do Rangers get trained or are they just people who get a bit carried away with the power they have over peoples pets. if this Ranger is not sacked it says a lot about what happens in councils management of animals……

  3. Rachel Dyte | May 31, 2013 | Permalink

    This “Human” is a disgrace.

  4. Karen Schavoni | June 1, 2013 | Permalink

    Totally unacceptable and I think this “ranger” should be dismissed and he/she and the council charged with animal cruelty.
    This will be publicised…

  5. kerri | June 1, 2013 | Permalink

    What the hell is wrong with people, GRRRR :'(

  6. Patricia Wheeldon | June 1, 2013 | Permalink

    Shocking, this person should NEVER be a council ranger, should NEVER work with animals … what a piece of goods!

  7. Melissa | June 1, 2013 | Permalink

    I think many council rangers and pound workers are there because they DO NOT know how to work or interact with humans (at least that’s how it seems at my local council pound) and therefore are placed in these facilities. The animals cannot file complaints and if (or when) the retaliate (through fear or instinct) to protect itself, they are deemed dangerous and euthanaised. I think many animal care facilities should be assessed by ‘mystery auditors’ to ensure these people are treating these dogs with respect and compassion.