The man responsible for Ollie the dog’s disappearance was finally arrested this week but for an entirely new alleged crime.
The lawsuits against Hunter Nelson have yet to motivate him to cooperate with aggrieved owners of missing or dead dogs he was supposed to train.
The dishonest dog trainer who has put a young Jonesboro woman through despair will soon have to come up with a new story to tell – this time before a judge.
A second dead dog was discovered on Hunter Nelson’s property, Ollie’s owner said in a post.
When Gene Adams tried to retrieve his dog from Hunter Nelson, he was told the dog died of kennel cough and had been buried. Now, he’s suing.
Rachel Tyrer hoped Hunter Nelson would do the right thing last week but she ended up deceived again.
Endless horror stories of pet owners’ grief with a now-notorious dog trainer have been shared since our first story.
After a dog left for a four-week obedience course, he never returned home. The trainer said he died but the owner doesn’t believe it.