NOTE: I am going to discuss the Blessed Little Grooming Company tangentially here. Nicole, the Blessed Little Dog Killer, has made that fair game. What we will not be discussing is whether or not the business is a viable concern, or whether or not Nicole is an adequate dog washer. Please keep comments about the business confined to their relationship to the threat to kill Ranger.
Ranger has been “placed.” Placed where? Underground? In somebody’s home?
Doesn’t matter. What matters is that Nicole Naugler the Blessed Little Dog Killer feels better. That’s what matters.
I want to go back and tell this story again, because it deserves to be told.
If you’re new to this story, you can catch up by reading the preceding couple of pages.
We left the Blessed Little Dog Killer having made a threat on her Facebook page to kill her dog if somebody didn’t step up and fix the mess she created. Make no mistake here. Nicole and Joe Naugler created that mess.
And I’m not a dog breeder.
But yes, she is a dog breeder. She owned a big white Great Pyr (male) and a white boxer (female). And she failed to get either one spayed or neutered and they had a litter of puppies. She was basically fine with this because, in typical Naugler fashion, she thinks that not only her and Joe’s genes, but the genes of any creature under her control are things that demand being replicated again and again.
Besides, she could sell the puppies, she thought, and make some money.
I find this all sort of amazing because these are mutts. There is no reason to believe that either parent was purebred, and it’s for damn sure the pups weren’t. Yet, they are valuable because they belong to the Nauglers.
So she advertised the damn dog, that puppy, Ranger, as having an “excellent guard dog personality” and sold him to some unsuspecting people who thought they were getting a guard dog. Instead, they got a chicken killer. They returned him.
She spent a year trying vainly to find him a home, she says. Poor Nicole. She tried so hard.
Oh, look. See how hard she’s trying? Right on her business page where lots of doggy-type people will see it?
That’s not Ranger, is it? That’s “Drill Bit.” That’s a black dog, not a white dog. That’s last March. You know, after she got the chicken-killing dog back, the one she knew had problems and the one she has spent a year trying to find a home.
And lest you think that “Drill Bit” was an anomaly, the Blessed Little Dog Killer posts adoption stuff from time to time on her business page, so all the dog lovers can see what a kind, caring person she is. From August, 2015, we have this one.
And the followup:
Two days later. The dog is adopted and the Blessed Little Dog Killer is so delighted.
So, she knows that she can post an adoption on her business page and get the dog seen by lots of people, and in some cases, facilitate an adoption.
Does she put up anything, a single word, about Ranger, her own dog that needs a home?
No, she does not.
I haven’t a clue. The only thing I can figure is that she didn’t want her business clients to see what an abysmal failure she is at dog training and dog care.
In the first place, notice that the Blessed Little Dog Killer tells us that all the dogs that belonged to the hoarding woman were “well-mannered and healthy”? Does this sound anything like “everyone who has ever met my children will tell you that they are happy and healthy”? I nearly gagged reading it.
But then we get the rest.
We need to support responsible breeding and encourage adoption.
No, we don’t. The only people on the planet who should be breeding dogs are those who are breeding working dogs (not bullshit mutt half-breeds in the back yard ) from working stock, and those who breed very highly prized show dogs and keep the various breeds intact. “Working dogs” can mean livestock guardian animals, sheep-herding dogs, guard dogs of all kinds, seeing-eye dogs, etc.
Everyone else is simply contributing to the problem of too many dogs and not enough homes. And that includes the Blessed Little Dog Killer.
If all these folks (except those special situations) quit breeding Fido, we’d cease having a problem. If you don’t spay/neuter your dog, and if your dog does not have the title “Champion” or is not a world-class working dog, you’re part of the problem.
. . . helping others working through behavior problems.
She writes this like she has the slightest idea what the hell she is talking about. Just like calling herself a “homesteader,” the Blessed Little Dog Killer wants people to think that simply because she washes dog butts, and clips their coats, she is an animal behaviorist and/or dog trainer. She is not.
Her dogs live their lives out on that godawful property, ignored for the most part (to the point that Maggie goes next door whenever she can get loose for food and attention), and since allowing them to just run all over met with unwanted notice from the court, they are chained all the time. There is no fenced yard. There is no shelter for them. Nothing.
And when she and Joe abandoned the property last summer as soon as the state took their children, they abandoned the dogs as well. This led directly to one dog being run over (yes, they chase cars) and Ranger’s mother being shot because she was starving and got aggressive with somebody’s dogs (and that person feared for children who were present).
And then she has the audacity to announce that she’s going to teach “pet parenting” classes.
This, like the promised “weekly thread,” was another of those plans that never amount to anything, but still. . .
See what I mean? She would never, ever do such a thing. She’s so responsible and caring.
But leaving pets chained to a tree without shelter (and I bet without water or food) is fine. Letting them breed indiscriminately is fine.
Yeah, I think you didn’t try. You didn’t try at all.
No you haven’t.
This, on July 28, is the first instance I know anything about of the Blessed Little Dog Killer saying a single word about Ranger the Chicken Killing Dog. And she put it on the BLH page, not on her business page.
But don’t message her unless you’re “seriously interested.” For those who need a translation, that means she was wanting a “rehoming fee.” Betcha. They can “meet an hour radius.” Need for them to drive? No problem. You pay money, they meet you.
Obviously, nobody took her up on it.
One other thing. Notice the date? July 28. Anything familiar about that date? That just happens to be the same date that she posted the pictures of the new little batch of chicks that the hen hatched out.
Ranger, of course, killed them.
Or Ranger got blamed for killing them. Who knows? She sometimes says that a “fox” got them.
All the rescues are full. We don’t have the budget.
So, when nobody comes forward to take Ranger off her hands and pay for the privilege, we rock along until the hen, bereft of her chicks, begins laying again and hatches out another batch of chicks.
How much you wanna bet that they got killed too?
So, in a fury, the Blessed Little Dog Killer posts an ultimatum. She basically says, “You people better step up and relieve me of this burden or I will put a bullet in his head.” It was the online equivalent of holding people hostage at the bank.
Remember, she allowed this to happen. The whole thing. Ranger would never have been born if Nicole Naugler was not an irresponsible pet owner. How many dogs have they been through? I have no idea, but at least two have died needlessly, along with dozens of baby chicks, a whole batch of rabbits, and probably some goat kids.
All right there at the Blessed Little Pet Sematary (my apologies to Stephen King).
And lo and behold, this time she got everyone’s attention. She’s gonna kill the dog. So people began sharing the post, calling folks, and the dog rescue people found out about this and responded. They did so within about two hours.
Remember, she put the time limit on it. Ranger had a week. One week and then a bullet.
So the process begins. But rescue requires a bit of coordinating. So other people got involved, trying to set up “legs” to arrange transport of Ranger to his new foster home.
And the Blessed Little Dog Killer was just too damned busy to bother answering these people. These people, who came to her page without knowing a damn thing about her, but who simply wanted to save a dog’s life. These people, who didn’t want shit from her except some cooperation. She’s just too damned busy.
She has a business to run. She has a family. Her life didn’t stop.
No, but she was threatening to stop Ranger’s life. She worked, I tell you. She ran errands.
She posted on Facebook. (Note: these are clipped, just to show the time stamp.)
Note: This is right about the time that the rescue responded. She’s just torn up about her poor dog. So torn up about it that she takes a picture of corn chowder and posts it on the page.
And the next morning, she’s up bright and early and taking sunrise photos. And she has time to post it.
This is a tear-jerky story about a client who died. She had time to write all about it.
So, a few posts on her pages that day. If she says she was busy working, that’s believable.
But what about yesterday? Yesterday was the day when she blew up at the rescue people for messaging her too much. She was busy all day long, don’t you know, and she didn’t have time to bother with them, even though they were trying to help her out (or rather, and more importantly, help out an innocent animal) when she caused the situation in the first place, and she put the gun to Ranger’s head and threatened to pull the damned trigger.
You can see how busy she was. She simply didn’t have time to respond to any messages about the dog she was threatening to kill. And all these posts, by the way, are meaningless crap. They are her usual “I hate the cops,” and “I hate government,” and “breastfeeding makes you a superior human,” and “the election is shit even though I never vote.” That sort of stuff.
This one is a photo-collage that she had time to put together and post. You know, while she was so busy.
That’s nice. I don’t.
That’s right. I forgot. She added the obligatory “Monsanto and GMOs are evil” post. We’ll get to that some day when I have time.
Remember, this was so important that she simply could not answer any messages. She has a life, don’t you know, and responsibilities. Work, children, errands. Dog? Not so much.
At this point, Nicole was so frazzled by all the hard work she’d done and all that reading and posting and commenting and worrying, that she cried.
She doesn’t vote. She brags about not voting. We’re all glad she doesn’t vote.
And this is a long-ass post that she had time to read, copy and paste and ask questions about. You know, about the election that she does not vote in. It’s not that she doesn’t like either candidate and therefore won’t vote. She never votes.
But she can’t respond to messages about her damned dog that she asked people to help her with because she is too busy.
Nothing about “we have to see about our dog’s rescue.” Just about her “updating the blog” and bullshit stuff like that. But head over to her blog, and while you’re there, be sure to notice the nice big donate button.
Remember, in addition to all this posting, she was also commenting repeatedly on BLH under not only the original “I’m gonna shoot the dog” post, but also under others, getting more and more defensive with all the “I’ve been trying for a year” and “I’m nice because I haven’t shot him yet” stuff.
I am retired. I do not have eleven children. I do not work off this property. And I could not keep with it.
I absolutely call bullshit on this. She was not “busy as hell at work.” If she had lots of dogs to groom, her children were doing the grooming, because she sure as hell wasn’t. She was busy writing stuff about the election and writing little essays about a client who died and posting “I hate the police” posts.
The upshot of all this is that these very nice people from this rescue stepped in to help this dog who was under a death sentence from this horrible woman who gives not one single damn about the animals that are in her care. There’s nothing in it for them. They just wanted to help. They were not judging her. I am doing that for them.
And she got pissed off almost immediately and banned them.
Why would she do that?
She asked for help. She threatened to kill the dog if nobody would help her. She got snarky with anyone who criticized her even slightly about the whole situation. But when people who didn’t know her, and didn’t know anything about the Blessed Little Pet Sematary raised their hands collectively and volunteered to help out, she responded by banning them.
Let me make something really clear for the clueless leghumpers, if any of them make it over here. I actually live in the country and I really do have farm animals (chickens, pig, calves, dairy cow, donkeys). I absolutely understand that a livestock-killing dog cannot remain on a real farm.
The Nauglers, of course, do not have such a thing as a real farm, but still, I get it.
What is egregious about this is not that the Blessed Little Dog Killer didn’t want to keep the dog. What is bad is that she is lying about her attempts to find the dog a home. She did practically nothing, and she was trying to sell the dog. And then when that didn’t work and the dog quite obviously pissed her off royally by killing something else (new chicks perhaps, exactly as I predicted?), she flipped out and threatened to kill him on social media. What actually happened to this dog?
She expected no repercussions from this threat. She thinks she can emotionally blackmail people and they will not respond negatively. She thinks that she can abuse well-meaning folks who simply wanted to help the dog live and were very afraid that she’d kill him at any moment, and reacted the way you would if she had been holding him out a window on the 18th floor and threatening to drop him.
Placed where, Nicole? With who? When?
Forgive me if I simply do not believe you.