A social media post has led to an investigation of Animal Neglect on Route 66 near Monfort in Grant County. On Monday evening Sheriff Nate Dreckman noticed a post on Facebook regarding some horses that were allegedly being neglected. On Tuesday two deputies from the Sheriff’s Office, including a trained Humane Officer, responded to the location to check on this alleged complaint of animal neglect. They met with the owners of the horses and also had a veterinarian from the Montfort Vet Clinic at the location of the horses. After looking over the animals there was one pony that needs it’s hooves trimmed; however the farrier had canceled several times and the owner is still working to get the hooves properly trimmed. The owner was provided two names by the vet and he immediately called them. The rest were determined to be in good health and two of them were over the age of 25 and showing normal signs of aging. Further investigation showed that the owner had been actively purchasing quality hay for the horses and was at the property every 2 days feeding the horses. جريزمان
Two issues rose out of this investigation: The first is trespassing, as it was determined that multiple people entered the property without permission. The second is bringing feed to the horses. It is actually more detrimental for concerned citizens to bring hay or other food to the horses without understanding what they should be eating and how much. اسرار لعبة الضومنة Providing the wrong food to an animal can be detrimental to their health. The Sheriff’s Office advises those concerned about neglected animals to contact them and not take any direct action themselves. نتائج كوبا امريكا 2023 They will respond to any and all animal complaints and have two trained humane officers on staff. The Sheriff’s Office will continue to monitor the situation to make sure the hooves are properly trimmed on the one pony.