Friday, May 27, 2016

NORWOOD PARK, LONDON ENGLAND - 2 PIT BULLS RIPPED "DUNCAN" FROM HIS OWNER'S ARMS AS THEY WERE WALKING IN THE PARK - THE NUTTER RAN OFF LEAVING HIS MUTANTS STILL MAULING THE BELOVED WESTIE TO DEATH!!!

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Rachel Mosier, 35, said her close friend Rossana was walking her six-year-old dog Duncan in Norwood Park when she spotted TWO PIT BULL TYPE DOGS  acting aggressively. 
Mrs Mosier, who lives in Clapham, said Rossana scooped Duncan up into her arms to protect him after fearing the other two dogs would attack.
She told the Standard: “The two dogs charged at Rossana, ripping Duncan from her arms. She was screaming at the owner to get control of his dogs.
“Strangers came to help but the owner ran off and left the dogs attacking Duncan. He died on the way to the vet. 
“If these dogs can kill a small animal, then what is the difference in a small child. A child could be next.
“As far as I’m concerned, Duncan saved Rossana from being seriously injured. She was traumatised by the attack and having to watch this little animal die in her arms.” 
The business development manager said she felt compelled to reveal her story after reading in the Standard about a King Charles Spaniel that was also mauled to death by another dog on Clapham Common.
Mrs Mosier, who is originally from Canada, reported the attack on her own dog last September to police and the local authority’s dog control. Officers investigated but have not been able to trace the owner.
She added: “I couldn’t get justice for my little dog and now somebody else’s dog has been killed. 
“Justice was not served and vicious animals continue in our parks, attacking humans and killing smaller dogs. One of these times it will be a child attacked instead of a smaller dog.
“This is a growing problem and I would like see our parks safe once again.”

Thursday, May 26, 2016

CLAPHAM COMMON, LONDON ENGLAND - A PIT BULL CHOMPED DOWN ON THE NECK OF A BELOVED CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL "CHARLIE" BEING WALKED IN THE PARK AND SHOOK HIM FOR 10 MINUTES KILLING HIM

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A woman said she has been left "devastated" after her pet spaniel was mauled to death by another dog on Clapham Common. 

The woman, who wished only to be known as Yasmin, said her mother was walking four-year-old Charlie when she noticed the PIT BULL TYPE DOG, which appeared to be on its own, acting aggressively. 
Yasmin said her mother scooped Charlie up into her arms, and called for help from picnickers who were enjoying the afternoon sun on Friday, May 6.
However, despite the best efforts of bystanders to distract the dog, she says it launched itself at Charlie, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, and attached itself to his neck.
Yasmin said she received a call at work telling her to rush to the scene.
She told the Standard: "I was at work and someone called me and told me there was an attack, they said 'your mum is okay, but you have to come.' 

"I work in Angel so it took me 40 minutes to get there. There were police officers there and everyone was really shocked.
"The witnesses were all shocked, my mum was lying on the grass."
Describing the moment the dog had attacked, she said: "All of a sudden the dog flew and got Charlie's neck.
"It was shaking him for 10 minutes."People tried to separate them but it was impossible, they tried to bang the pitbull on the head with glasses, but it wouldn't let go.
"Charlie died instantly, he had just turned four."
Yasmin said the attack has left her family traumatised, particularly as they had bought Charlie as a puppy after her father died four years ago.
She said: "We're really miserable, really really miserable.
"We lost our father four years ago and got Charlie around that time.
"For my mother he was the only reason to go out, the only reason to get up in the morning. "There are no words to express the pain and grief me and my family are going through."
Yasmin said her mother only sustained minor injuries in the attack, but believes Charlie prevented her from being more seriously injured.
She said: "I strongly believe that Charlie saved my mother’s life on that day.  The impact of this attack changed my and my mother’s life forever. 
"We are still shocked, shaken and emotionally and physically unwell following this fatal incident. 
"I'm worried for my mother's health. "In the wake of the attack, Yasmin has called for dog owners to act responsibly and not allow their pets outside alone, and for action to be taken against those who do.
She said: "Dogs must be on a lead. I have never witnessed such a tragic attack myself however from time to time I have read in papers and heard that these kinds of attacks are becoming more and more. "I am very concerned about this fatal attack and believe that the right action must be taken against the owner of this dog.
"Clapham common is a massive park and every day there are lots of children are there to play and we should make sure these attacks are not going to happen ever again."

RAINIER VALLEY, SEATTLE WASHINGTON - A WOMAN AND HER DOG WERE INJURED IN AN ATTACK BY A PIT BULL -THE PIT'S OWNER WAS ALSO ATTACKED WHEN SHE TRIED TO GET CONTROL OF HER MONSTER - POLICE SHOT AND KILLED IT

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SEATTLE -- Police shot and killed a PIT BULL Thursday evening after the animal attacked two women and a dog in Seattle's Rainier Valley neighborhood.
The shooting happened at about 5:30 p.m. in the 7900 block of Renton Avenue South, according to Seattle police.
Police say a 40-year-old woman was walking her leashed dog on Renton Avenue when an unleashed dog attacked, biting her and her dog. The owner of the aggressive dog tried to intervene and was also attacked.
Members of Seattle's Gang Unit happened to be nearby and arrived in time to see the attack. One officer opened fire, fatally shooting the aggressive dog.
Both of the women were injured in the attack, as was the 40-year-old's dog. One woman was taken to Harborview Medical Center with "serious" bite injuries. The owner of the vicious dog was also taken to the hospital to be treated for bite wounds, according to police.
Chris Boles lives in the neighborhood and ran outside when he heard the gunshots. He said he immediately heard a woman screaming in agony.
"She was actually just mauled. You could see she had a big old gash on her knee and her hands," he said. "She was just traumatized."
Boles said there are several pit bulls in the area that walk around the neighborhood without a leash.
"They just roam around, especially the pit bulls," he said. "They just kind of wander around."
The injured dog was taken to veterinary clinic to be treated.
Police are investigating.

MY PIT BULL "SOMEHOW" GOT OUT



"And Your Kid Just Left The House to Go Play"
Your neighbor, who doesn't care (or is too stupid) to secure his pit bull and it "somehow gets out".

ST. MARYS, CAMDEN COUNTY GA - 3 DOGS RAN LOOSE NEAR APARTMENTS AND A MIDDLE SCHOOL KNOCKING ONE PERSON DOWN AND PREVENTING PEOPLE FROM WALKING - WHEN AN OFFICER ARRIVED A PIT BULL BIT HIM AND HE SHOT IT


A St. Marys Police Department officer was forced to shoot a PIT BULL that attacked him on Thursday, a police report said. 
Police responded to a call of three aggressive dogs near Chateau Garden Apartments. The dogs were described as preventing two women from walking down the sidewalk near the St. Marys Middle School.
An officer said one of the women had actually been knocked down by one of the dogs, which were spotted in front of 500 Chateau Circle.  
As an officer watched a resident attempt to shoo away the dogs, a third dog, a pit bull, attacked the officer, the report said. The officer was bitten twice on his upper left thigh. After attempting to kick away the dog, the officer drew his service weapon and shot the dog once in the neck. 
The officer was treated for the two bites and later returned to continue his shift. 
The dog was picked up by Camden County Animal Control Officers and transported to a local veterinarian, where it was euthanized due to the severity of its injuries.

NORCROSS, GWINNETT COUNTY GA - AN ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER DISCOVERED A BACKYARD BREEDER WHILE ON PATROL AND INFORMED THE OWNER HE WAS IN VIOLATION OF THE COUNTY'S ORDINANCE - !!!A BACKYARD BREEDER'S ORDINANCE!!! IT DOES EXIST ?

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Gwinnett authorities have broken up an illegal dog breeding program they say was operating in the backyard of a home in unincorporated Norcross.

Nine chihuahuas and six pit bulls were discovered May 24 by a Gwinnett County animal welfare official, Gwinnett police Cpl. Deon Washington said Thursday. Four of the pit bulls were pregnant and “appeared to be near delivery,” he said.

An animal control officer on patrol observed a “Puppies for sale” sign in front of a home on Williams Drive, Washington said. No one answered a knock on the door, so the officer later observed several dogs in a fenced area in what appeared to be a backyard breeding area. The owner came outside when the dogs began barking. 

The animal control officer informed the owner that he was in violation of the....

                ***GWINNETT BACKYARD BREEDER'S ORDINANCE***

which says a person must hold a license from the state Department of Agriculture.

The owner was not cited for the violation because of officer discretion, Washington said. The owner has been educated on the Gwinnett ordinance that governs breeding, and he agreed to surrender the dogs to Gwinnett animal welfare officials. Washington said there will be additional patrols in the area to ensure the activity does not resume.

Two female chihuahuas with puppies have been released to The Society of Human Friends, Washington said. The other dogs are at the Gwinnett animal shelter and are eligible for adoption.

http://m.ajc.com/news/news/crime-law/illegal-canine-breeding-program-broken-up-in-gwinn/nrTgH/


FIESTA BEACH ISLAND, SAN DIEGO CA - 2 PIT BULL MIXES ATTACKED A MALTESE "MICHA" AND HER OWNER SERIOUSLY INJURING THE SMALL ADOPTED DOG - THE NUTTERS PUT THEIR PITS IN A WHITE VAN AND FLED!!!


SAN DIEGO -- Animal control officers are looking for the owner of two large dogs that viciously attacked a small Maltese and her owner on Fiesta Island Sunday afternoon, and then fled the scene.
At about 2:30 p.m., Renata took Micha to play at the off-leash dog beach on Fiesta Island. She scooped Micha up and held her over her head.
“I parked my car. I laid everything down on the sand, and next thing I know, I see two big dogs running towards our direction.”
The dogs were PIT BULL MIXES, white with brown spots, Renata said.
“I’m holding her up and one of these big dogs, these dogs had to be 100 pounds, one of the big dogs pushes me down onto the ground,” Renata said. “It was my worst nightmare because I knew, at that point, they were just going to go for her.”
She says they bit her as she tried to save Micha.
“All over my hands, and I start screaming at the dogs to get off of her,” Renata, said. “Finally, some people came over and they pulled the dogs off of her.”
Micha was ripped open, barely alive.
Witnesses told Renata the two men who had the pit bulls put them in a white two-door commercial type-van and fled. Renata said the van had an Arizona license plate.
Witnesses got a partial plate of AC6099 or AG6099. San Diego County Animal Control ran the plate but did not get a hit. They are still searching for the dogs’ owner.
“I’d love for the public to help me right now, because I feel this incident should not have happened, and if something like this does happen, you shouldn’t leave the crime scene,” Renata said.
The Director of San Diego Animal Services said anyone with information should call 619-767-2740.
GoFundMe page has been set up to help with Micha’s vet bills, which are more than $7,000.

http://www.10news.com/news/maltese-attacked-by-two-large-dogs-on-fiesta-island


Wednesday, May 25, 2016

HIGH POINT NC - A MAN WAS HIT BY A CAR AFTER BEING CHASED INTO THE STREET BY A PIT BULL THAT "SOMEHOW" GOT LOOSE - THE PIT THEN BIT ANOTHER PERSON PASSING BY

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A man was hit by a car after being chased into the street by a PIT BULL on West English Road in High Point Tuesday night.
According to a news release from the High Point Police Department, the incident occurred when the pit bull broke its leash when the pedestrian walked by. The pedestrian stepped back to avoid the dog and was struck by the passing car.
Another person passing by was bitten by the dog.
The dog’s owner, Tiffany Marsden, was arrested and charged with animals running at large and keeping a dangerous dog. She’s scheduled to appear in court on July 8.
The driver was not charged and the victim was taken to High Point Regional. The extent of his injuries has not been disclosed.

CENTER POINT, JEFFERSON COUNTY AL - A PIT BULL THAT IS OUTLAWED WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS ATTACKED A FAMILY'S DOG - THEN A FEW DAYS LATER IT CHARGED AT THE MOTHER AND HER CHILDREN - WHEN A DEPUTY ARRIVED THE PIT BIT THE OFFICER



A Jefferson County Sheriff's Deputy is recovering after a loose PIT BULL attacked him in Center Point.


Now the dog is in the custody of Birmingham Jefferson County Animal Control and its owner is facing reckless endangerment charges.
A woman on 3rd Street NW called 911 at 7:11 a.m. about a vicious pit bull charging at her and her children as they tried to leave her house.
When a deputy responded to the house where the dog owner lived, the sheriff's office said the dog came running out and bit the deputy on the right ankle.
He received treatment at the hospital for minor injuries and was walking around later at Center Point city hall.
Center Point passed a strict ordinance in 2008, which outlaws vicious pit bulls inside city limits.
The woman who called 911 Friday, also complained about the pit bull on May 16 because she claimed it attacked her dog.  That day, a deputy wrote the pit bull's owner a citation ordering them to get rid of the dog by within 10 days.
Refusing to do so, could have carried a fine between $200-$500 and up to 30 days in jail, according to the city's ordinance.
A Birmingham Jefferson County Animal Control spokesperson said the dog will now be held for a mandatory 10 day bite quarantine period.