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Thursday, September 18, 2014

COLUMBUS OH - "PIPER" A BEAUTIFUL SHETLAND SHEEPDOG GOT LOST AND WOUND UP AT THE CENTRAL OHIO SHELTIE RESCUE WITH PENNY SANDERBECK WHO REFUSED TO RETURN HER


BRING PIPER HOME - 4 MONTHS AND COUNTING - THE CASE MOVES TO COURTROOM - BEWARE OF RESCUE GROUPS !!!

When Champion Legacies Pipe Dream -  "Piper"  -  escaped from a fenced yard in Columbus Ohio  on April 17, 2014, while staying with a caretaker -  Veronica Covatch (her breeder and co-owner) was at the American Shetland Sheepdog Club's National Specialty Show at Purina Farms in Missouri.

Piper was picked up by the Franklin County Animal Shelter and subsequently turned over to Penny Sanderbeck, the director of Centrol Ohio Sheltie Rescue (COSR) ----BEFORE HER CARETAKERS OR OWNERS COULD LOCATE HER. LESS THAN 24 HOURS AFTER PIPER LANDED AT THE COSR, COVATCH CALLED  PENNY SANDERBECK TO RECLAIM HER DOG.  SHE PROVIDED SANDERBECK WITH PIPER'S AKC REGISTRATION AND NUMEROUS OTHER FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION PLUS SUPPLYING PIPER'S MICROCHIP INFORMATION, BUT SANDERBECK REFUSED TO RETURN PIPER CLAIMING NOT TO KNOW WHO THE "REAL" OWNER WAS........READ MORE  HERE:

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2014/09/17/1330478/-Four-Months-and-Counting-Piper-s-Case-Moves-to-the-Courtroom?showAll=yes

http://www.youcaring.com/other/bring-piper-home/223240


PRYING THE PIT OFF - A NEIGHBOR'S PIT BULL JUMPED THE FENCE AND ATTACKED A BLACK LAB - POLICE HAD TO SHOOT IT OFF



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SHENANDOAH PA - A FAMILY'S RESCUED AND SPAYED PIT BULL ATTACKED THEIR CHOCOLATE LAB/PIT MIX THAT WAS TRYING TO PLAY AND WOULDN'T LET GO - POLICE HAD TO SHOOT IT OFF

A West Mahanoy Township police officer was forced to shoot a family dog after it attacked another dog owned by the same couple on Tuesday morning.

Police were called to the township village of Brownsville, located west of Shenandoah, shortly before 8 a.m. about two dogs fighting on a front porch at 1301 W. Penn St. When Patrolman Ray Tonkinson arrived, he found a pit bull aggressively attacking a chocolate Labrador-pit bull mix. Both dogs were of similar size.

"The pit bull was ripping the other dog apart when I got there," Tonkinson said.  "The pit bull had to be put down."

The owners of both dogs are Christopher Brown and Annie Hornberger, who also own three other dogs at that address. Tonkinson said no people were attacked during the incident.

After the attacking dog was killed, the surviving dog was taken by the state dog warden to the Ringtown Valley Veterinarian Hospital, where it is being treated.

Brown and Hornberger spoke of the incident and are sad about the loss of their female pit bull named Princess and the injuries to the other female dog named Bella. Both were acquired as rescue dogs and were about 2 to 3 years old.......BOTH WERE SPAYED.

“I was at work and my girlfriend let out the Lab mix,” Brown said. “The other dog got out of the cage and they got into it. She couldn’t separate them, so the police were called. The police shot the pit bull and the other dog is at the vet.”

As for the Labrador’s condition, Brown said, “Right now she’s staying for observation, but she should be able to pull through. They have her intravenously taking fluids. There are a couple of stitches in the mouth.”

Hornberger said that all five dogs are taken well care of, though two dogs have medical conditions.

“All my dogs have had their shots, including for rabies, and they all have food,” Hornberger said. “Because one dog has a skin condition and another has colitis, there are some people who say my dogs have rabies. The dog warden saw the records for the shots and the licenses, and if I didn’t have them, I would have been fined and my other dogs would have been taken away from me.”

Hornberger said that there wasn’t much she could do in separating the dogs.

“There are neighbors here who wanted me to separate two pit bulls and keep three other dogs tame plus keep my five-year-old son away from the fight,” Hornberger said. “What am I going to do at 90 pounds against two dogs? I can only do so much, and I think I did what I could to protect my son and the other three dogs.”

“I’m an animal lover, but I’d rather see the animal get put down than have my stepson in the middle of it,” Brown said.
“Maybe if I would had help during the first 20 minutes, I could have saved her Princess,” Hornberger said. “It got started about 20 minutes after 7. When it got out of control, I JUST COULDN'T GET HER MOUTH OPEN AND GET THE OTHER DOG AWAY.   I was here screaming and crying for help.”

Hornberger usually lets each of the five dogs outside separately, but she said they all get along with each other.
“By the time I opened the front door, both of the dogs were out. Well, Bella jumps to play, so she started to play and the pit didn’t know it,” Hornberger said. “I tried to calm them down. I feel terrible because I couldn’t separate them.”


MANHIEM TOWNSHIP PA - GRANDMOTHER'S PIT BULL ATTACKED HER 20-MONTH-OLD GRANDSON AS SHE WAS PLAYING WITH HIM AT HER HOME

A 20-month-old boy was hospitalized Monday after being attacked in the face by his grandmother's pure bred PIT BULL.  The child was playing with his grandmother at her home in the 1500 block of Fruitville Pike, near Dillarville Road, when the incident occurred at 4:15pm.

The child was taken by ambulance to Lancaster General Hospital and later transported to the Hershey Medical Center.  The dog was reported to be extremely aggressive and was put down.  The incident is under investigation.

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BELIZE - 4 ROTTWEILERS ATTACKED A 72-YEAR-OLD MAN IN JULY - HE HAS DIED FROM HIS INJURIES




Seventy-two year old McKesson Garrett was hospitalized since July nineteenth after he was attacked by four vicious Rottweilers. Garnett went to visit his friend, Leroy Woods, who lives at mile four on the Phillip Goldson Highway when he was met at the gate by the ferocious dogs. Since then, Garrett’s condition deteriorated and on Sunday morning, at two o’clock, he died. According to his wife, Shannon Perera, she is not getting assistance from the dog owners nor the police. Read more here......

http://edition.channel5belize.com/archives/103861

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

JACKSONVILLE FL - A PIT BULL TYPE DOG JUMPED A FENCE AND CHOMPED DOWN ON A WOMAN'S SHOULDER



A woman on the Westside is worried about the safety of herself and her neighbors. 
She claims a dangerous dog attacked her Tuesday.  She's afraid the dog will attack again.

Jennifer Kane showed us the injuries to her left shoulder. She said the dog jumped a fence and went after her as she mowed her landlord's lawn.
"She cleared that much over the fence to get to me," said Kane.  "She locked onto my shoulder and, at first, I couldn't get her off"  

The dog chomped her hand as she tried to get the animal off her.
The owner of the dog didn't want to talk to us.  But his neighbor defended the dog.
"Pit bulls just got a bad rap," said Frank Zib.  "God knows they're good dogs, man."
Warnings about the dog are posted on the fence but Kane feels something is wrong about the height of the fence.

"I feel like they need to have a taller fence right there," said Kane.  "So, that's on them."





MIDDLETOWN OH - A WOLF-LIKE DOG SHOT AFTER TERRORIZING A NEIGHBORHOOD AND ATTACKING AT LEAST 2 OTHER DOGS



A "WOLF-LIKE" DOG  that residents say had been “terrorizing the neighborhood” was shot and killed by police after it attacked at least two other dogs.
Resident Richard Liput called 911 after the “wolf like” dog and another large dog attacked his Lhasa Apso, Gizmo, in the 1500 block of Flemming Road.

BEL AIRE KS - A BULL TERRIER ATTACKED A 13-YEAR-OLD BOY - THE DOG HAD ATTACKED TWICE BEFORE IN WICHITA

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A thirteen-year-old Bel Aire boy who was playing at his friends house last week was attacked by the family dog. It turns out that dog was the subject of two previous attacks.
The BULL TERRIER  was in a fenced backyard with a family member and his friend. According to reports, the dog began sniffing the friend, which scared the boy and he pushed the dog away. That is when the dog attacked the boy.
The boy was bitten in at least both arms and his stomach. His friend’s parent pulled the dog away from the boy and called the boy’s father who took him to the hospital for treatment. He suffered complications from the bites and has had to return to the hospital.
Bel Aire Police Chief Darrell Attebury said the dog has been the subject of two prior dangerous dog investigations in Wichita before the family moved to Bel Aire. One of those incidents involved a mailman and the other involved a man being attacked and bitten.
During one of the hearings, the dog owner made a deal with Wichita Animal Control to keep the dog from being euthanized.
Chief Atteberry said the dog was surrendered to Animal Control by the family where he will remain for 10 days under observation. The dog is expected to be euthanized.
Chief Atteberry said he was concerned about the dog living in Bel Aire and the authorities were unaware he was considered a “dangerous dog.” He said he is hoping a change to the City of Bel Aire’s animal control laws will fall more in line with Sedgwick County laws which Atteberry said are more thorough.