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Owner of Dogs That Killed Lab Ticketed Again Last Week

Voices News reports that Vickie Tkacz was given another ticket for allowing a dog to roam.

A woman whose Newfoundland dogs mauled and killed a labrador over the summer was given two tickets for allowing her dogs to roam last week, Voices News reported.

was cited after local animal control received a complaint about her dogs and went to check on them; animal control officers said they saw her dogs roaming around her neighborhood, Voices reported.

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Connie October 21, 2011 at 09:46 PM
Really??!??
Nnacy October 21, 2011 at 10:25 PM
This woman flips her nose at the rules-she doesn't derserve to have animald
FD October 22, 2011 at 03:44 AM
Nnacy, Just refer to the article on the right about affidavit,, read last comments and see pictures,, that is how she is getting away with this, and the Town doesnt care
Bonnie October 22, 2011 at 12:25 PM
What the heck is wrong with this women??? Hasn't she learned her lesson? She doesn't deserve the RIGHT to own ANY animals, not even a hamster. This owner has NO regard for her neighbors nor the law, I'd think after her dogs already killed another that she would see the writing on the wall and stop letting these dogs out to roam at their own will. Apparently she doesn't watch the news nor read the paper because if she did she would know what happened in Ohio, I know her dogs aren't exotic animals but if one of them attack again it just might get shot! Then watch her cry and cause a huge ordeal. Has she ever heard of electric fence? Perhaps a kennel so they can't roam the neighborhood.... I'm afraid for the kids that live around this crazy women!!!
OxfordCitizen October 22, 2011 at 04:01 PM
If I lived in that neighborhood and I found her dogs wandering in my yard with their history I would shoot them on sight. I have small children and I look at it this way, this woman may not care about her animals but I for sure damn care about the safety of my children. Maybe if a few of her dogs go missing she'll begin to pay attention....
Kelly Donohue October 22, 2011 at 05:07 PM
Can't this information be brought to the attention of whomever licenses her to breed? Clearly this should go beyond just the town.
Jim Bay October 22, 2011 at 09:12 PM
An electric fence was tried several years ago, but for some reason was discontinued. Usable kennels already exist on the property. Problem is owner attitude. Apparently her plan is to string this thing out in the courts until she finds a buyer for her property, and absent aggressive prosecution, as has been the case so far, these incidents will continue and she will have the last laugh. On the brighter side, I am aware of at least one neighbor who long ago instituted a "shoot-on-sight" policy. ,

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