Oxford Park Apartments

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  • 2640 E 34th St

    Joplin, MO 64804

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  • 417-782-9445

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Okay where to begin. I do not live in these apartments; I live across the field from them. I had an eleven-month-old Jack Russell Terrier named Jack. The management of these apartments has had some sort of vendetta against Jack for quite some time now. Most of my other surrounding neighbors are animal lovers and have pets of their own. Jack has been allowed to run free during the daytime for most of his life; so everyone in the neighborhood has gotten to know him. I have spoken to several of them and they all become fond of his visits. They have stated to me how friendly and smart he is. However; I have also had conversations with them about the management of these apartments. I have been told they have tried to kick my dog, throw things at him, and have called the pound on him. My dog has always had his collar and name tag on in case something was to happen. The tag stated his name, my address and, my phone number. My dog came home earlier this week with his collar but no name tag. The tag was attached to the collar with a sturdy key ring, not the flimsy rings those tags come with. Someone had manually removed it, so I suspected foul play.
In the past my children have been harassed by these people for being on the apartment??s property with my dog in tow, my son and daughter are 11 and 12 years old. In my opinion they should have contacted me instead of harassing my children. Two days after the name tag turned up missing on my dog??s collar I decided to end this fiasco. I went out; I bought a new collar, a new ID tag, and a thirty foot dog cable so he could not run free any more. After that I call the property managers and left a nasty voicemail. I stated that if the so much as looked at my children or my dog again there would be consequences.
Problem solved right? Wrong. The next day when I went to work at 6am I took him outside and attached him to his cable, when I arrived home he was gone. I haven??t seen him since. As I said before my dog was outside most of his life during the day, as soon as the sun went down he always came home. He knows his way around and knows where home is.
There is a female dog that runs around her as well. She has been in heat recently so my dog (when allowed to roam) ??never left her side?. I have since witnessed that same female dog but Jack was nowhere to be seen. She keeps coming around look for him but, he is nowhere to be found.
What does all this amount to? I expect foul play. The pound does not have him, I looked. The neighbors have not seen him in days. Even the female dog can??t find him. HE IS NO LONGER IN THIS AREA, PERIOD. This means someone came onto my property and took him in broad daylight, then either; A) Drove him far away, and dumped him without his tag (no one has called). or B) they killed him. Either way; that takes a sick twisted individual. Again I don??t even rent from them. I just live nearby. I cannot bring about charges against them as, I have no proof. I??m sure the police aren??t going to start an investigation over a dog. All I can do is run ads in the paper, and keep in correspondence with the neighbors and the pound. In closing; this is not really supposed to be a review of the apartments but, more a review of the management. If you think these are your kinds of people, then by all means rent from them. However; animal lovers beware. These are very bad people.

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Okay where to begin. I do not live in these apartments; I live across the field from them. I had an eleven-month-old Jack Russell Terrier named Jack. The management of these apartments has had some sort of vendetta against Jack for quite some time now. Most of my other surrounding neighbors are animal lovers and have pets of their own. Jack has been allowed to run free during the daytime for most of his life; so everyone in the neighborhood has gotten to know him. I have spoken to several of them and they all become fond of his visits. They have stated to me how friendly and smart he is. However; I have also had conversations with them about the management of these apartments. I have been told they have tried to kick my dog, throw things at him, and have called the pound on him. My dog has always had his collar and name tag on in case something was to happen. The tag stated his name, my address and, my phone number. My dog came home earlier this week with his collar but no name tag. The tag was attached to the collar with a sturdy key ring, not the flimsy rings those tags come with. Someone had manually removed it, so I suspected foul play.
In the past my children have been harassed by these people for being on the apartment??s property with my dog in tow, my son and daughter are 11 and 12 years old. In my opinion they should have contacted me instead of harassing my children. Two days after the name tag turned up missing on my dog??s collar I decided to end this fiasco. I went out; I bought a new collar, a new ID tag, and a thirty foot dog cable so he could not run free any more. After that I call the property managers and left a nasty voicemail. I stated that if the so much as looked at my children or my dog again there would be consequences.
Problem solved right? Wrong. The next day when I went to work at 6am I took him outside and attached him to his cable, when I arrived home he was gone. I haven??t seen him since. As I said before my dog was outside most of his life during the day, as soon as the sun went down he always came home. He knows his way around and knows where home is.
There is a female dog that runs around her as well. She has been in heat recently so my dog (when allowed to roam) ??never left her side?. I have since witnessed that same female dog but Jack was nowhere to be seen. She keeps coming around look for him but, he is nowhere to be found.
What does all this amount to? I expect foul play. The pound does not have him, I looked. The neighbors have not seen him in days. Even the female dog can??t find him. HE IS NO LONGER IN THIS AREA, PERIOD. This means someone came onto my property and took him in broad daylight, then either; A) Drove him far away, and dumped him without his tag (no one has called). or B) they killed him. Either way; that takes a sick twisted individual. Again I don??t even rent from them. I just live nearby. I cannot bring about charges against them as, I have no proof. I??m sure the police aren??t going to start an investigation over a dog. All I can do is run ads in the paper, and keep in correspondence with the neighbors and the pound. In closing; this is not really supposed to be a review of the apartments but, more a review of the management. If you think these are your kinds of people, then by all means rent from them. However; animal lovers beware. These are very bad people.

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