My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for GENTLE BARN FOUNDATION, Tarzana, CA, USA
Unreal, the Gentle Barn tried to take credit for a gas box closing that had been done 26 months prior to them knowing the county existed. It must have been magic when they posted "history was made" but the real truth is: "
"You will see that animals slept next to where they died. The homemade gas box was in full view of other dogs, so they could hear the cries of those shoved into the gas box. It was barbaric and inhumane to say the least.
"On October 1, 2008 we were thrilled when our request to close the homemade gas box, which had been constructed by local county garage workers, became reality. Dogs at the Harrison County Dog Pound are now euthanized by injection.
Nonetheless, Harrison County Dog Pound remains plagued with problems. The operation of this facility is substandard. There are no exterior walls. The facility itself is little more than a pavilion, on an old cracked concrete slab that directly adjoins a toxic waste site. "Prior to the fall of 2007, it had no roof whatsoever." See Ohio SPCA pound reform, "Harrison" if you want to see the real truth. Gas box closed 10/01/2008, GB appeared 12/05/10.
See this link, scroll in middle page to read: http://www.ohiospca.org/#!pound-reform/vstc3=page-3
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