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Dakota Beuerlein

Dakota Beuerlein was convicted on December 23rd, 2021 of one count under the Animal Protection Act of permitting animals to be in distress 2(1). Mr. Beuerlein is prohibited from owning more than 5 livestock for a period of one year. In addition, Alberta SPCA Peace Officers have the right to inspect animals on Mr. Beuerlein’s

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Beuerlein, Dakota

Dakota Beuerlein is prohibited from owning more than 5 livestock for a period of one year. In addition, Alberta SPCA Peace Officers have the right to inspect animals on Mr. Beuerlein’s properties, without warrant, for a period of 10 years for the purpose of checking on their welfare. The prohibition order is in effect from

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Adamsen, Rose Lee

Rose Lee Adamsen is prohibited from having care of or being responsible for the feeding and care of one or more horses for a period of three years. Adamsen may ride a horse recreationally but may not be responsible for the feeding or care of the horse. This order is in effect from July 27,

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Bradley Cecil Hoover

Bradley Cecil Hoover pleaded guilty on June 18, 2021 in Drumheller Provincial Court to one count under the Animal Protection Act 2.1(a) of failing to provide adequate food and water to cattle. Mr. Hoover was fined $2,500 dollars. A court order gives the Alberta SPCA the ability to attend Mr. Hoover’s property without warrant for

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Joe Foster

On May 26, 2021 Joe Foster pleaded guilty in Stony Plain Provincial Court to one count under the Animal Protection Act 2(1) of causing cattle to be in distress. Mr. Foster was fined $2,000 and as part of the sentence, the judge granted Alberta SPCA Peace Officers inspection rights, without warrant, of any property owned,

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Tammy Janet Morrison & Natalie Catherine Morrison

On March 9, 2021 Tammy Janet Morrison and Natalie Catherine Morrison each pleaded guilty in Stony Plain Provincial Court to one count under the Animal Protection Act 2(1) of causing animals to be in distress. In March of 2020, Alberta SPCA Peace Officers executed a search warrant on a property west of Edmonton after receiving

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Chhuon Samneang

Chhuon Samneang pleaded guilty on February 19, 2021 in Brooks Provincial Court to two charges under the Animal Protection Act of 2(1) causing an animal to be in distress, and 2.1(b) failing to provide adequate care for an animal that is ill or wounded. Mr. Samneang was fined $1,000 and given a two-year prohibition from

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Samneang, Chhuon

Chhuon Samneang is prohibited from own any animal for a period of two years. This prohibition expires on February 19, 2023.

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Thoeut, Khiev

Khiev Thoeut is prohibited from own any animal for a period of two years. This prohibition expires on February 19, 2023.

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Khiev Thoeut

Khiev Thoeut pleaded guilty on February 19, 2021 in Brooks Provincial Court to two charges under the Animal Protection Act of 2(1) causing an animal to be in distress, and 2.1(b) failing to provide adequate care for an animal that is ill or wounded. Mr. Thoeut was fined $1,000 and given a two-year prohibition from

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Alberta SPCA News

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Dan Kobe

Hay Destined for Alberta SPCA Stolen

Hay Destined for the Alberta SPCA Stolen Theft Demonstrates Desperate Need for Feed Approximately 70 bales of hay that were to be donated to the Alberta SPCA was stolen from a field before Peace Officers could arrange for it to be picked up. The hay, with an approximate value of $10,000, disappeared sometime between July

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Dan Kobe

Summer Safety Message

We know to buckle up when getting into a vehicle, but what about our four-legged friends? The Alberta RCMP and Alberta SPCA remind motorists that properly restraining pets while driving is important for both their safety and yours. Improperly restrained animals can compromise the safe operation of a motor vehicle. If a pet-passenger is forcing

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Dan Kobe

On the 5 Year Anniversary of the Fort McMurray Fire, be Pet Prepared.

May is Emergency Preparedness Month The Fort McMurray Wildfire in 2016 and the Southern Alberta Flood in 2013 remind us that disaster can strike in Alberta and residents need to be prepared. An emergency plan needs to include your pets, both for evacuation purposes and for reunification should you become separated. During the Fort McMurray

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