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Here’s a pretty wild story out of Wrentham involving former Patriots 1st round draft pick Jerod Mayo…
So let me get this straight. The Mayo family pays a trainer from Providence to teach their bulldog to walk without a leash. The dog disappears but the collar is found. The dog clearly did not run away because everyone knows bulldogs are fat, stumpy, adorable dogs and they run like Jarod Mayo’s pass rush. There are no leads. No signs of Horace and/or Jasper. No crazy woman looking to make fur coats out of bulldogs. Nothing.
I figured it for you guys – it was the trainer who did it.
And apparently Mrs. Mayo agrees with me:
Here’s Knox with his “trainner” she claimed this dog ran away in the blink of an eye. It’s called @offleashk9trainingprov Bc the dogs are trained to perform without a leash🧐 (that happens to be the company’s name & claim to fame)… Knox could extended sit for hours but Knox ran away?? Yeah, the dog that CAN’T RUN “ran” off AND he had an eCollar on which had a remote that @offleashk9training had in hand in this “blink of an eye”🧐 …. keep going #BringKnoxHome 774-300-9868
And Jerod seconds that motion….
Why would a trainer from Cranston, working for a company out of Providence, take a dog for a training exercise in Wrentham? How do they lose track of a fat dog that breathes louder than Didi Delgado in a yoga class? Sure, she could’ve been stalked and followed by some random nut looking to steal a bulldog. Or she could’ve just had a friend who she pre-arranged to be at this rural spot take the dog when she “wasn’t looking.” Gee whiz, can’t figure out which of those two scenarios is more plausible.
To make matters even shadier this BUSINESS has gone completely private on IG:
What kind of business goes private on social media? The whole point of having social media for businesses is to be seen by as many people as possible, not treat your account like you’re trying to hide from Aunt June because you know she’s gonna comment on every single picture you’ve ever posted.
Their Facebook page is still open though. Five minutes ago Clarence Woods Emerson posted on there and asked what happened to Knox. He is now banned. Definitely NOTHING shady about that. Nothing at all. Whatever you do, DO NOT flood their page and ask where Knox is at.
Let’s see how many turtle riders can get banned in one day.
I just really feel for Jerod’s fam. Sure, they’re filthy rich and will never have to go without for the rest of their lives. But that’s a really cute dog man. And dogs are a part of your family. I don’t own a dog, because I don’t feel like factoring a walk into my daily routine three times a day during New England winters. But if I did I’d definitely get a bulldog. Because they are by far the best kind of dogs, despite what Mrs. P. Turtleboy has to say about that.
Keep your eyes posted for Knox if you live in the Wrentham area.