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Thursday, November 16, 2023

Blaze Thall- Always Someone Else's Fault

But it's always somebody else's fault right?

Blaze no longer lives at any of the places in this article and the people who do are innocent in this situation

I get so sick and tired of people who try to say it's always somebody else's fault in this case the only common denominator in every single one of these complaints is blaze himself

He even went so far as to try and accuse and upstanding member of the community in desert Hot springs of committing arson when the fire was obviously not arson

Blaze lashes out anybody who calls him out over his bullshit and you can bet not a single one of these fines has been paid

There is apparently over a decade of history between him and animal control for the same types of complaints dogs kept in cages dogs malnourished but somehow he always tries to blame the woman in his life it's all their fault how could so many different women be responsible for the exact same types of complaints with animal control

His friend Jennifer said she has never seen him with as many animals as he had jadeite well it's definitely documented here that he obviously had quite a few more in the past than he had on October 10th of 2023

So either she's lying or he lied to her

In one article it said they were over 40 calls to the desert hot springs location why look at the complaints that the article listed they are the exact same complaints that were listed for the jadeite address

At what point is the law going to step in and protect animals in the future from the hands of a person who puts the animals in such danger and neglectful conditions

But here's the thing in each of these incidents there was a woman involved be it a girlfriend or a friend and he goes on a campaign against the woman trying to make everybody think it was her fault and sadly people actually believe him without doing any research

Presently he is trying to accuse me and the new board of directors of stealing his rescue from him when he clearly begged us to save his rescue and its reputation after the incident at jadeite Street where 18 dogs were taken into custody by animal control

At the time which was October 10th 2023 we thought we were supposed to salvage the rescue from the damage animal control had done to it went in reality it became apparent we needed to protect the rescue from him

Things were so bad prior to October that one of the customers of the rescue actually filed a restraining order against blaze and it was granted

Blaze wanted the dog back he also accused another of stealing a dog that he was going to drive by her house and grab the dog and then there was another dog out that he was demanding the return of he obviously cannot let go of the animals he takes under his roof

Just do a Google search on his name it's that simple

Instead of blindly listening to what he's telling people do a Google search on his name



Seven puppies, three cats die in fire at DHS house

Anna Rumer
The Desert Sun

Seven puppies died Saturday afternoon in a Desert Hot Springs house fire that started at a home well-known to Riverside County Animal Services, according to spokesman John Welsh.


CalFire responded to the 65-000 block of Hacienda Avenue at 2:22 p.m., after a fire sparked in the home's attic. Firefighters were able to contain the fire quickly and had completely extinguished it within the hour, according to CalFire.

Riverside County Animal Control was originally called in to help treat eight dogs that were believed to have suffered smoke inhalation.

Although CalFire originally reported that none of the animals had died in the fire, Welsh confirmed that seven puppies that had been in a back room of the house died as did three cats. One cat has yet to be located.

Animal Services had been out to that house more than 40 times in the last couple of years, Welsh said, fining the owner thousands of dollars during that period of time because the man continually failed to get a license to have that many animals living in his house.

Officers took at least 11 more dogs into their custody Saturday afternoon after the fire, Welsh said.


DESERT HOT SPRINGS: Seven puppies, three cats die in fire (UPDATE)

Press-Enterprise breaking news reporter Ali Tadayon in Riverside on Monday, March 23, 2015. ORG XMIT: RIV1503231213141239

A house fire Saturday, Feb. 6, in Desert Hot Springs killed seven puppies and three cats, authorities said.

Eleven dogs survived the fire, which occurred about 2:20 p.m. in the 65000 block of Hacienda Avenue, according to a Riverside County Animal Services news release. Authorities said they were “familiar” with the property where the fire occurred, since the owner has been “cited repeatedly for failing to have a proper kennel” for the dogs.

Animal Services officers never knew just how many dogs were in the single family, single story home, since the owner would not let them in, the news release said. The puppies that died were being kept in a back room.

Over time, the property owner racked up thousands of dollars in penalties for not securing a proper kennel for the dogs, the news release said.

“The owner has consistently failed to provide the animals with what we would describe as proper housing,” Animal Services authorities said.

The surviving animals were transported to the Coachella Valley Animal Campus in Thousand Palms where they will be treated and cared for until “a disposition is reached with the owner.”

The fire was quickly put out by firefighters and no people were injured, Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department authorities said.


Animals Perish in Fire at Desert Hot Springs Property

February 6, 2016

Riverside County Animal Services responded to a Desert Hot Springs property Saturday afternoon (Feb. 6) after receiving a call from the Riverside County Fire Department/CAL Fire.
Several animals perished as a result of the fire at a house located in the 65000 block of Hacienda Avenue. It is believed the animals died due to smoke inhalation.
Seven dogs, all described as puppies that were being kept in a back room, died. Three cats also died.
One cat was unaccounted for, according to the owner.
Eleven dogs survived, thanks to the fast-acting efforts of Riverside County firefighters. The dogs were released to a front, enclosed yard where they were a safe distance from the fire.
Thirteen firefighters battled the fire, which was contained to the attic of the house. Firefighters were notified shortly after 2:20 p.m. and responded within minutes. It took them roughly 15 minutes to contain the fire.
The property is a familiar location for Riverside County Animal Services officers. The property owner has been cited repeatedly for failing to have a proper kennel. Riverside County officers have not been allowed inside the house where most of the dogs have been kept. It was never known exactly how many dogs the man owned. Despite thousands of dollars in penalties, the owner has consistently failed to secure a kennel permit or a provide the animals with what we would describe as proper housing.
The surviving dogs were loaded up by Riverside County Animal Services officers and transported to the Coachella Valley Animal Campus in Thousand Palms. The animals will be examined by veterinary staff members and cared for until a disposition is reached with the owner.
We may send, in a follow-up e-mail, some photos of the dogs we impounded. Those photos are pending.
A link with further information is available at Riverside County Fire Department's incidents page.


Seven Dogs, Three Cats Killed In Desert Hot Springs House Fire

The property owner was previously fined for running an unlicensed and unsafe kennel, officials said.

DESERT HOT SPRINGS, CA - Seven dogs and three cats were killed in a fire at a house where the county said owner had been repeatedly fined for running an unlicensed and unsafe kennel.

The fire began at 2:22 p.m. Saturday in the 65000 block of Hacienda Avenue in Desert Hot Springs, and was put out at 2:45 p.m. It was contained to the home’s attic.

During that time, eleven dogs were released to the front, enclosed yard at a safe distance from the fire.

However, seven puppies that were being kept in a back room died, said spokesman John Welsh of the Riverside County Department of Animal Services. Three cats also died and one cat remained unaccounted for.

The homeowner was not injured and he declined assistance from the American Red Cross.

The surviving dogs were taken to the Coachella Valley Animal Campus in Thousand Palms, where they will be treated by veterinary staff until a disposition is reached with the owner, Welsh said. The house was “a familiar location for Riverside County Animal Services officers,’’ Welsh said, as the owner had been cited repeatedly, accruing “thousands of dollars in penalties’’ for not having a kennel permit or proper housing for the animals.

Welsh said that Animal Services had not been allowed into the house in the past, where most of the dogs were kept and it was never known until Saturday exactly how many dogs the man owned.

The Riverside County Fire Department originally reported that eight dogs had suffered smoke inhalation and that seventeen dogs and two cats were displaced by the fire.


These are pictures of the bedroom just one bedroom after the crates and cages were removed at the jadeite location

Yes that is dog shit on the wall and we measured it it literally goes 6 ft up the wall

And keep in mind blaze brought the rescue into this house blaze was the primary caretaker of the dogs

Blaze kept taking dogs in without adopting dogs out

And I can bet at other locations that he was at he left it looking similar to this

So if he's trying to shack up with you you might want to do your research before you open your door to him

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