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Newlyweds were heartbroken to learn that their adored dog had died during their honeymoon and that the trainer who was in charge of the bernedoodle intentionally waited days to tell them.
The dog, Brooklyn, belonged to Dallas couple Masera and Emeka Ndukwe and was left in the care of trainer Alan Brown.
Brooklyn was left in Brown’s van and had passed away shortly after. He had strung the couple along for days to believe their dog was well off, Fox News reported.
“He was just the sweetest, sweetest dog,” Masera said. “He became part of our family.”
A representative from Brown’s business, K-9 Direction, would not comment to The Post.
“Just 48 hours after we dropped him off, our dog died in his care,” Masera told Fox, adding that Brown “led me and my husband to believe for an entire week that our dog was alive.”
“I did a phone interview with him, and then I met him in person to do an interview with him prior to actually leaving for our honeymoon,” Masera said. “I never got any kind of impression that we would be leaving and coming back home after three weeks and wouldn’t have Brooklyn.”
Brown had reportedly told Masera that her dog’s training was going well after she had repeatedly asked him for updates, photos, and videos during their planned 3 week trip.
“I just felt like something was wrong, but my worst fear at this point is that Brooklyn is just being left in a crate and that’s it,” Masera said. “But not that my dog has died by any means.”
Poor communication from Brown led the family to ask friends to check up on the dog. It was only then that he told the Ndukwes companions the fate of Brooklyn, according to video Fox obtained.
“The reason that I delayed contacting you is because you’re in France,” Brown said. “I did not call your emergency contact person — I should’ve, no question about that.”
Brown had put blame on his own “cowardice” for being reluctant to break the news, adding in the video that he claimed to have left air conditioning on in the van.
“There’s no time that we understood that the van would be part of the care,” Emeka said. “If you see the video and the pictures of the van, you wouldn’t leave your worst enemy in that thing.”
Creekside Pet Care Center sent emails to the Ndukwes which indicated that a panicked Brown called asking how to perform chest compressions on a dog at the time Brooklyn was in his care on June 25, Fox also reported.
Later on that night, he took Brooklyn to the center and said he successfully resuscitated Brooklyn twice before death, according to the emails.
A website listed for Brown’s services say he’s been in business for over 13-years. It is there that he preaches “Consistency, Anticipation, Light Hands and, above all, Communication.”
Before learning of what happened to Brooklyn, the Ndukwes also found a review online alleging that another dog had died from being left in the heat while on Brown’s watch — furthering their worries.
CBS Texas also reported another owner wasn’t told that their dog had died until they picked up the pet from Brown.
The Dallas area Tarrant County District Attorney’s office is looking into the Ndukwes situation in addition to another couple who reportedly had their dog die while in the care of Brown, according to ABC 8.
“This is the type of thing that happens often, and so we’re hoping that by our story getting out there that we can raise awareness and give owners hope that are in this position,” Emeka said.
“There are things you can do to get justice.”
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