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Aimee Chappelle

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Animal Control Officer

Garfield County Sheriff's Office
 
Background

Employment History

  • Animal Control Deputy
    Garfield County Sheriff's Office
  • Animal Control Officer
    Garfield County
  • Department's First Animal-Control Officer
    Garfield County
  • Animal Control Officer
    Garfield County Sheriff's Department
  • Canine Training and Behavior Manager for Colorado Animal Rescue
    Colorado Mountain College
  • Canine Training and Behavior Manager for Colorado Animal Rescue
    Chapelle
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Web References
Tracey Yajko of Glenwood Springs, left, ...
www.postindependent.com, 4 July 2011 [cached]
Tracey Yajko of Glenwood Springs, left, and Aimee Chappelle, of Rifle, spent a week in Joplin, Mo., helping the Joplin Humane Society and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals deal with as many as 1,270 dogs and cats that were left homeless and without care following the May 22 tornado. Yajko is the canine training and behavior manager for Colorado Animal Rescue at the Colorado Mountain College in Spring Valley, and Chapelle is the animal control officer for the Garfield County Sheriff's Office.
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Tracey Yajko of Glenwood Springs, left, and Aimee Chappelle, of Rifle, spent a week in Joplin, Mo., helping the Joplin Humane Society and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals deal with as many as 1,270 dogs and cats that were left homeless and without care following the May 22 tornado. Yajko is the canine training and behavior manager for Colorado Animal Rescue at the Colorado Mountain College in Spring Valley, and Chapelle is the animal control officer for the Garfield County Sheriff's Office.
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Tracey Yajko of Glenwood Springs, left, and Aimee Chappelle, of Rifle, spent a week in Joplin, Mo., helping the Joplin Humane Society and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals deal with as many as 1,270 dogs and cats that were left homeless and without care following the May 22 tornado.
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Aimee Chappelle of Rifle and Yajko, of Glenwood Springs, helped the Joplin Humane Society and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals deal with as many as 1,270 dogs and cats with nowhere to go.
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Chappelle, who was in Joplin from June 16 to 26, is the animal control officer for the Garfield County Sheriff's Office. She has assisted in disaster relief efforts before, according to Yajko. Chappelle left for vacation when she returned to Colorado and was unavailable to comment for this article.
Glenwood Springs Post Independent - Valley News
www.glenwoodindependent.com, 30 July 2005 [cached]
asked Aimee Chappelle, an animal control deputy for the Garfield County Sheriff's Office, who led dog bite and animal safety presentation.
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"She's a lap dog," said Chappelle, Mugzi's owner.
"If you don't know the dog, you don't know if it's good or bad."
The Humane Society of the United States reports that dogs bite more than 4 million people in the United States each year, and most of those are younger than 13.
"Dogs can really, really hurt you.They're like little muscles with teeth," Chappelle said.
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Chappelle told the campers not to judge all dogs by their breeds, using Mugzi as an example.She said pit bulls often get bad raps because owners have been known to train them as aggressive guard dogs.
"We have 11 pit bulls in the shelter because people don't know they can be a family pet," she said.
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To schedule a presentation or for questions about dog biting and animal safety, contact Aimee Chappelle at the Garfield County Sheriff's Office at 945-0453.
So, on Nov. 6, when Garfield ...
www.postindependent.com, 22 Jan 2010 [cached]
So, on Nov. 6, when Garfield County Animal Control Officer Aimee Chappelle requested their assistance in rescuing three Plott hound pups at the Apple Tree Park near New Castle, Rockey and shelter dog trainer Tracey Yajko jumped in the truck and went to help.
09.29.03 GarCo animal-control officer off and running
www.gjsentinel.com, 29 Sept 2003 [cached]
Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario appointed detentions deputy Aimee Chappelle as the department's first animal-control officer six weeks ago.
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The Colorado Animal Rescue shelter south of Glenwood Springs will house a limited number of strays caught by Chappelle.
Glenwood Springs Post Independent - Valley News
www.glenwoodindependent.com, 24 Jan 2006 [cached]
Then on Friday, Aimee Chappelle, animal control officer for the Garfield County Sheriff's Department, delivered a dog to the Divide Creek Animal Hospital.
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