Katie Quackenbush vs. WSMV: “F**k the hillbilly news there”

Last Thursday, Dec 7th, Katie Quackenbush’s father (Jesse) emailed WSMV journalist Kara Apel about a story that she published. He said that she was “pathetic” and hoped that “someday you find yourself confronted by a psychotic man threatening to kill you on a dark street”. Katie Quackenbush is charged with the attempted murder of Gerald Melton. Then things got interesting. Apel forwarded the email to WSMV lawyers, who replied with essentially a cease and desist notice, inferring that further direct contact would escalate things legally after the notice to stop.…

The DogSpot East Nashville: Weekend Remodel to Combat Complaints?

Overnight, The Dog Spot (East Nashville) began tearing down inner walls and barriers, in the dog play areas. Using crowbars and hammers, the concrete blocks starting coming down. Today, they’re going back up to create new inner spaces. It appears a huge remodel / new layout is currently underway. No doubt, this is in response to the customer (and city wide) backlash to a dog dying in their care recently, due to it being allowed to play with a much larger dog. Here’s some photos of the work in progress:…

The Dog Spot Shuts Down Social Media Reviews, Posts, & Entire Facebook Page; Baker Twins (DogSpot Owners) Harass Neighbors & Tenants

The Dog Spot, originally here in East Nashville, and it’s two sister locations – West Nashville & Mt. Juliet – are in the midst of a social media meltdown. In the past 48 hours, the company has shut down reviews and posts to several of it’s Facebook Pages, and deleted all comments left on current posts and photos, within minutes of them being posted by customers or potential customers. Then this morning, Nashville Exposed began to post photos of Employees of The Dog Spot, starting with the Mt. Juliet Location,…

Chihuahua dies at The Dog Spot: East Nashville, Dog’s Owner Responds – Letter to The Dog Spot Published

WSMV reported on a death that occurred at The Dog Spot, in East Nashville, and they were provided a statement by The Dog Spot, that said, in part: “The Waldrop’s alluded in their demand letter that if we didn’t pay them approximately $7,000 that they would go to the media. Though we understand their heartbreak and we are heartbroken ourselves, we declined to pay them off.“. It seem that isn’t necessarily the case, and in response, the letter from the dog’s owner has been published below. The Waldrops, Matthew &…