A shooting that took place on Sunday afternoon at the Shively Animal Clinic & Hospital resulted in the death of a male, according to Sergeant Jordan Brown of the Shively Police. The suspect in the case is allegedly a man named Jayme Bond. In reaction to the incident, the police were quickly called to the 2400 block of Dixie Highway.

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Who was Jayme Bond?

Jayme Bond was the suspect in the Shively Animal Clinic & Hospital shooting, which resulted in the death of a male employee. Apparently, Jayme didn’t want to pay the bill for her dog which may have resulted in a conflict.

In a Facebook message, she had written, “I’m sorry but there are times when you don’t have the money and are falling on hard times and your baby gets sick and you can afford it and you can’t get credit Lord knows if it was my baby I’m getting my dog one way a another I don’t know my dog is like one of my kids.”

At around 6:27 in the evening, police received a call reporting a fight that started inside the institution and ended with gunfire. The answering cops arrived on the site and found a male in his early 20s suffering from a gunshot injury. Brown said he was taken to the University of Louisville Hospital and died.

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All of the shooters have been identified by the authorities, but no more information was given. The inquiry is now being conducted.

2401 Dixie Highway is where you can find Shively Animal Clinic in Louisville. It is a private veterinary and pet care business in Kentucky. Both positive and negative comments about the clinic can be found on Indeed, with some people calling it an amazing experience where you can learn a lot provided you’re ready to be adaptable and receptive to constructive criticism.

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On the contrary, some others have claimed that it is a place that does not at all value its employees. The scheduling is chaotic, and the pay-to-hourly ratio is off. Moreover, since the owner wants you to be there 20 out of every 24 hours, there is also no room for growth and little time to lead a normal home life.