Animal abuse and domestic violence go hand in hand and inevitably go undetected by unsuspecting friends or family. Animal abuse is another way the abuser controls his victim, there will be mysterious deaths of the animals which leaves the victim reeling and the abuser saying in a harsh tone with no feelings or empathy "why are you crying? It's just a damn bird".
The abuser has control over his victim(s) and portrays himself as the nice guy who would never harm anyone, "I am a paramedic, I help people". This person is even more dangerous, they have the knowledge, skills, and training to do great harm that won't be detectable.
If there is any suspicion of violence he becomes the victim and spins a story about his spouse to get people to feel sorry for him, projection on his part. The abuser will also make comments to people how "animal abuse is wrong, abusers should be hung". The abuser is deflecting what they did, not wanting people to know about their true behavior and actions.
There is also the emotional, financial, physical, verbal, and mental abuse that is not visible to a person who has not experienced it. Animals will shy away when a hand is raised, they will run out of the room when a loud voice is heard. A person who has been abused will have a startle response, will go into fight or flight or freeze. The abuser has numerous ways to control their victim without letting on to others just what they are doing; by a small gesture of the hand, a look on their face, a wink, a slight change in body posture, a raised eyebrow.
The damage done will not always be visible. The abuser will play the victim to gain sympathy from others and to throw them off his track if they suspect his wrongdoings. He will make the victim out to be the person who wronged him, this gives him free rein to continue. When his victim finally tells someone of the abusers horrific acts, this person has already been primed by the abuser to look at the victim as "having gone off the deep end" and not to believe them. The abuser started this process long before the victim figured out what was happening to them. This is a common tactic abusers use to throw people off from what they are really doing.
There is evidence of stalking, physical abuse, animal abuse, poisonings, harassment, emotional abuse, identity theft, all done by the abuser. He does not want others, i.e., friends, law enforcement or the judicial system to see. He ups his malicious stalking behavior at this point. He has convinced others to see it his way through his acts and deception,
that's what he counts on.
History of K9s being poisoned in their own home.
History of being stalked to another city and across state lines and the poisoning of k9s
The above photo is the spinal X-ray for Moose, my lead K-9. The photo shows cumulative severe damage from a traumatic spinal injury that first occurred in 04. This was caused by my intimate partner, a very abusive man, to a nationally known Search and Rescue K-9. Moose was in extreme pain, unable to walk or move after this happened. He was severely jolted backward by the leash that was attached to his collar, Moose screamed in pain. This incident happened on the weekend. I am so thankful to the wonderful holistic vet at Countycare Animal Complex, in Green Bay, WI who helped Moose. This incident caused severe damage to Moose's spinal column which left him living the rest of his life in pain and needing different medical therapies, continued acupuncture treatments, pain meds, and pool therapy.
The excuse for doing this was "Moose deserved it".
There was continuous physical abuse to Moose in his own home, by this man, which required medical treatments by numerous veterinarians over the years. Moose was not the only animal victim, all the dogs in the home physically felt the wrath. This abusive man would hit Moose in the thoracic area of his already injured spine with his knuckle causing him to cry out in pain.
There are documented witnesses and vet reports to the abuse caused by this man hitting Moose with his fist and kicking him with his boot.
There were people who saw incidents when I wasn't around, where the dogs were either hit, kicked or yelled at, they would have a shocked look on their faces at what they just witnessed. They were also afraid of this man. Multiple dogs that belonged to other people were also hit or kicked, no animal was immune to his abuse.
“He who is cruel to animals becomes hard also in his dealings with men. We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals.” ― Immanuel Kant
Wyoming is one of the worst states, ranked at 48, for animal protection laws. When animal abuse was reported to Albany County sheriffs dept. by me, I was told by the deputy/detective "animals are considered property, the owner can do whatever they want to the animal. They can beat it, kick it, or kill it" This is wrong, there are laws in the state to protect animals. My K9s were also service animals. https://law.justia.com/codes/wyoming/2011/title6/chapter3/section6-3-203/
I am making the abuse that my K9s were subjected to public knowledge. There are years of vet records which document the abuse, the vets did not report this abuse as it was required by law, there are records from ASPCA Poison Control for multiple poisoning incidents.
The lack of enforcement by law enforcement and animal abuse was also reported to the HSUSA. We are following the advice of the HSUSA.
River poisoned in her own home by the abuser
with 22 of his prescription hydrochlorothiazide pills. She was hospitalized at the emergency vet hospital in ICU.
Elsie Drever was kicked extremely hard by him with his boot in her right flank. Both were pups.
The loud cries and screams are seared in my brain from the K9s as they cried out in pain from being struck from a hand, a fist, a shoe, a boot, a hard object that was thrown at them. I can still hear the scream of a neighbors black lab puppy that I was taking care of when he kicked her hard with his boot right in her flank. I went running into the room as to why she was screaming in pain, he said he kicked her and she deserved it. The look on his face sent chills through my body.
Moose was abused in many different ways. It depended upon the mood of the abuser and what was handy at the time to hit Moose with. The exercise weight grazed Moose's head. The force of the weight that was thrown made a large hole in the paneling where it impacted. This could have killed Moose.