Save Pablo the Akita from Death Row

A beautiful Japanese Akita, Pablo aged 2 years old has been condemned to death by Dudley Magistrates’ Court. This is a perverse & cruel determination on such a young life.
Fact - Pablo did not bite anyone! He managed to roam out of his home onto a neighbour’s property & then proceeded to chase a neighbour. 
Two leading canine experts advised the court that Pablo displayed no aggression but behaved as a dog would who was simply curious & playful.
The police officer stated in court that he is a dog lover.
The officer then stated that the “world would be a safer place if Pablo was destroyed”. These are not words & sentiments of anyone let alone a police officer who professes to love dogs.
The court preferred the evidence of the police officer & not two leading canine behaviour experts & a dental expert whose evidence was not challenged.
Pablo's family is naturally distraught. Pablo has been incarcerated in police kennels which are unfit & are known to breach Animal Welfare Legislation.
Pablo has been without any visitors or even been taken for a walk since May 2019. It is in this shocking environment that Pablo is supposed to be assessed & cared for...it is heinous & can never be conducive in assessing a dog’s true temperament.
Pablo is frightened & vulnerable as we write this post.
The case is being appealed & is to be heard at Wolverhampton Crown Court on  Tuesday 7 April 2020. 

Please donate to help with legal costs and to save Pablo from death.

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Pablo Akita 
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West Bromwich, West Midlands, United Kingdom
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