Court documents revealed the name of a Bartlesville woman accused of neglecting horses and dogs found and seized by Washington County authorities.
Deputies with the Washington County Sheriff's Office found the animals on Aug. 16 in Bartlesville. Sixty-one-year-old Julie Green was taken into custody and booked on eight counts of cruelty to animals.
According to court records, Green appeared before a Washington County judge and entered a plea of not guilty. She is due for a hearing in Sept.
Previous reports stated that a total of 15 animals were taken from her property, among those being 10 horses and 5 dogs. All animals were turned over the Oklahoma Alliance for Animals.
"We are just keeping them in safe haven right now. They aren't our dogs officially. They are property of Washington County Sheriff's Office," public relations, OAA, Lori Hall said.
Hall said since they are helping with the animals right now, they need several things. The horses need transportation, medical expenses such as dental care and farrier work, feed buckets, halters, shelter, and 10 bales of hay. They also need the following: feed, complete horse, senior feed and rice bran. The five dogs need volunteers for foster care as well as collars and toys.
If you would like to help you can contact OAA at 918-742-3700.
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