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Friday, December 19, 2014

PIT BULLS AND DOG FIGHTING - OLD DOCUMENTARY FROM FLORIDA - ORLANDO AREA - GR CH DAVIS' BOOMERANG (ROM)


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    ~5XW, 3 Best in Shows, the first SDJ GR CH. He was shown between '71-'75 at 39-42 lbs. His longest outing was :55 against Teal's Tramp. He sired CH Bruce, CH Gator, CH Joey, CH Miss Pool Hall Red ROM, CH Paddy, CH Redneck, CH Spike, & CH Tiger.~

SAN ANTONIO TX - DOG ATTACKS ARE UP THE PAST FEW MONTHS: A PIT BULL NAMED "CASH MONEY" ATTACKED A 9-YEAR-OLD CHILD WALKING TO HER GRANDMOTHER'S HOUSE - LEAVING HER WITH CRUSHING DAMAGE TO HER HAND - ANOTHER CHILD MAY LOSE HER ARM !!!

Last month, 9-year-old Desiree Zertuche was walking to her grandmother’s house on the West Side when a PIT BULL MIX NAMED CASH MONEY crossed the street, pushed her into a metal fence and bit her hand and leg.  A neighbor intervened before it got worse, but Desiree received stitches, pins and a cast on her hand after she suffered lacerations, deep puncture wounds and a ring finger broken in three places.

Her case is one of several severe animal bite cases Animal Care Services has worked in the past few months. ACS spokeswoman Lisa Norwood said this is a cause for concern, since many of these severe bites involve young children.

“These are beyond simple nips. These are attacks,” Norwood said.

ACS declared eight dogs dangerous in San Antonio from Oct. 1 to Dec. 10, twice the number of dogs declared dangerous during the same time period last year. Overall cases — including bites not deemed severe — during that same time frame were down by more than 100 this year over last year, but ACS officials said they expect an uptick in cases as the holidays approach.

Norwood also described a Dec. 6 case in which an unsterilized dog bit an 11-year-old girl, causing gaping wounds on the child’s arms and chest. She may lose an arm and will be in the hospital through Christmas.
Another dog attack resulted in death earlier this year, when two pit bulls mauled Petra Aguirre, 83, on March 31 while she fed her cats. Aguirre’s neighbor, Perla Rojas, 34, was indicted Nov. 24 on a charge of a dangerous dog attack leading to death, a second-degree felony. If convicted, she could face up to 20 years in prison.

ACS cruelty investigator Audra Houghton, who investigates severe bite cases, said many dog owners think that if their dog is friendly with them then it will be with other people as well. But that isn’t always the case, she said.

“I think a lot of people underestimate their dogs’ abilities,” she explained.

Most dog bites involve dogs with owners, which she said is contrary to the belief that stray dogs are the greatest culprits.  Dogs are quarantined following an attack and are generally returned to their owners. But if an attack causes serious bodily injury or death those dogs may be euthanized. That was the case with Cash Money, who was surrendered to ACS and put to sleep on Dec. 4.

As for Desiree, the dog’s 9-year-old victim, her cast has come off  but she still has numbness and lack of movement in some of the fingers on her left hand. And she still has a difficult time going out to play, said her mother, Samantha Berlanga.

Sometime after the attack, Desiree was roller skating near her home when she saw another dog and quickly fled away in fear.  She fell and broke her right ankle in the process.

http://www.expressnews.com/news/local/article/Severe-dog-attacks-are-on-the-rise-ACS-says-5969630.php


ALLENTOWN PA - A WOMAN WAS SENTENCED FOR ALLOWING HER PIT BULLS - FIRE AND ICE - TO ESCAPE ONCE AGAIN AND ATTACK A PERSON - THE PITS HAD ATTACKED BEFORE AND WERE SUPPOSED TO BE MUZZLED AND LEASHED WHEN OUTSIDE

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When the first pit bull charged him, Sam Hilbert froze with fear. He said he didn't see the second pit pull until it chomped onto his leg. Together, the two dogs dragged him toward a fence, where a third dog waited.

"I was screaming," Hilbert told Lehigh County Judge Maria L. Dantos. "They dragged me six to eight feet. It was painful."  Hilbert, 44, of Allentown was bitten on his head, arms and both legs. He received numerous stitches and shots. 

He was in court Thursday to attend the sentencing hearing of Gina Aquino, the dogs' owner. Noting that it was the second time the PIT BULLS— Fire and Ice — had attacked someone, Dantos sentenced Aquino to one to 23 months in Lehigh County Jail.

"I'm sorry this happened to you," Aquino told Hilbert, weeping. "I never meant for this to happen to anybody."

Aquino, 34, pleaded guilty in October to owning dangerous dogs, as defined by the state Department of Agriculture. The charges stemmed from a Feb. 23 incident outside Aquino's West Lexington Street home in Allentown.  Witnesses said the dogs escaped from Aquino's yard and mauled Hilbert. The attack continued until a man pulled the pit bulls off Hilbert, just as police arrived.

Court records say Aquino had been previously cited for harboring dangerous dogs, after Fire and Ice attacked Kristie Lewis, 39, of Allentown, and her 65-year-old mother, Jeannie Miller, in December 2013.

Lewis said Thursday she and her mother were both severely bitten, and both have huge medical bills as a result. She said she plans to hire a lawyer to recover the money. As a result of that case, the dogs were supposed to be muzzled or secured with a leash when they were outside.

Lewis said she was glad Aquino was being held accountable, but wondered how the dog owner would be able to pay restitution in her case now that she's incarcerated.  "I guess I'm going to need to hire a lawyer," she said.

Aquino was not home at the time of the attack on Hilbert. She told Dantos that she knew the dogs were supposed to be muzzled and did not know how they got out of the house.  "This is not the first time they did this," Dantos told her. "What did you think was going to happen?"

Aquino appeared in court without a lawyer. Fire and Ice were relinquished to the Lehigh County Humane Society after the attack, and were destroyed.  As part of the sentence, Dantos ordered Aquino to pay a $500 fine and complete 50 hours of community service. She also ordered her to undergo substance abuse and mental health evaluations.

Dantos said Aquino will also be ordered to pay Hilbert's medical bills, which have not yet been tabulated.  Hilbert told the judge that he's still recovering from his injuries, and that he was glad Aquino would serve time behind bars.

"I'd like to see her suffer the way I did," he said.

After the hearing, Hilbert said he hoped the case would serve as a lesson to other dog owners in Allentown.   "People should keep their dogs on a leash instead of letting them loose."

http://www.mcall.com/news/breaking/mc-allentown-pit-bull-attack-victim-court-20141211-story.html



OKLAHOMA CITY OK - A COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPUTY IS RECOVERING AFTER SHE WAS ATTACKED BY A PIT BULL

An Oklahoma County Sheriff's Deputy is recovering after she was attacked Monday morning by a  PIT BULL outside a NW Oklahoma City car repair shop.
Sheriff John Whetsel said 21-year-Oklahoma County Sheriff's Department veteran Susan Perkins was at Portillo's Auto Shop to serve a no-contact order to an employee. Whetsel said a blue nose pit bull by the name of 'Big Head' attacked the deputy after she knocked on the front door of the business.  Whetsel said Perkins suffered deep bite wounds to both of her legs, before she pulled a handgun and shot and killed the dog.
"She should have seen the signs. I know she was doing her job. She probably should have called the shop first."
Sheriff Whetsel said deputies deal with dangerous dog issues every day. "That doesn't mean we can't go in there to do our job. That's not going to happen," he said.
The sheriff also said ironically Deputy Perkins is an animal lover, who carries dog and cat food in the back of her patrol car. He said she uses the food to feed stray cats and dogs she encounters on the street while on the way to work, and when she drives home after her shift.

SAN DIEGO CA - DAVID ARMILLIE WAS WALKING HOME FROM THE GROCERY STORE WITH HIS DOG ON LEASH WHEN A PIT BULL ATTACKED "SCUTTER" - IT'S THE THIRD TIME SCUTTER HAS BEEN ATTACKED

A local man contacted Team 10 after he said his dog was attacked by a PIT BULL while they walked home from a grocery store in the Grant Hill area.

David Armillie rescued his dog, Scutter, 11 years ago.

"He means the world to me," said Armillie.

Armillie said he was walking with Scutter in the 200 block of 33rd Street on Nov. 25, when a pit bull jumped over a fence and attacked them.

"I heard several bites before I actually turned around and dropped my groceries all over the road," said Armillie. "By the time I got to the dogs, the pit bull had my dog in his jaws."

Armillie said he was able to get the pit bull off Scutter and called San Diego County Animal Control.

"This is not the first time I've called animal control about dogs that are off leash and out of control on that short little street," said Armillie. "It's the third time he's been attacked."

Armille said the other attacks also happened on 33rd Street.

Team 10 checked with animal control and found 92102 is one of the top three ZIP codes with the most dog bites in the county.  Armille said animal control should increase patrols, enforcement and education in the areas with the most incidents.

"I would like animal control to do something. We pay them a lot of money I'm sure," said Armillie.

San Diego Animal Control told Team 10 Armillie needs to return an incident report to the county before they could pursue administrative action against the dog owner.

The county could declare the dog to be a dangerous dog or a public nuisance under San Diego County Code.

Animal Control also provided Team 10 with this statement:
"The Department responds to citizen complaints based upon a priority basis, with aggressive dogs, injured animals, animal cruelty or abuse being the top priorities. Also complaints that are 'in progress' are handled as fast as possible, especially high priority calls that are 'in progress' like a dog in the act of chasing someone or a bite that just occurred and the dog is 'at large.' A dog that is wandering down a street is not a high priority for the Department as that type of call is a nuisance and not a danger but it is still a complaint that the officers strive to handle as quickly as possible. Keep in mind we only have two or three animal control officers responding to high priority calls for the entire city of San Diego."

http://www.10news.com/news/investigations/man-wants-changes-after-dog-attacked-by-pit-bull


Thursday, December 18, 2014

DENISON TX - CHARGES OF ATTACK BY DOG HAVE BEEN FILED AGAINST DONAL LERAY ALLEN


Denison Police Lt. Mike Eppler said there have been six charges of attack by dog against Donal Leray Allen, 57, of Denison.
The victim, Lois Woodall, says she's thankful to be alive and hopes justice will be served.
"You know I've been sore and just taking it day by day, Woodall said.
On November 25, 2014, Woodall had just bought medicine for her sick daughter and was walking home when she was attacked by a pack of dogs near East Sears and North Travis.
Witnesses say between five to seven dogs knocked her to the ground, biting her, and leaving gashes and bruises all over her head and body.
The dogs were caught and now, police say their owner is facing felony charges.
"We filed six cases of Attack by Dog, which is third degree felony on each case, on Donal Leray Allen of Denison," said Denison Police Lt. Mike Eppler.
Eppler says Allen could face prison time.
"One charge is two to twenty years and up to a $10,000 fine for each one," said Eppler.
Woodall says she decided to press charges against Allen in the hopes of preventing his dogs from attacking anyone else.
"It was just dangerous what I went through," Woodall said. "They say I almost died and I don't want anybody else, kids, or anybody to go through this because it's painful, you know."
We called Allen's last listed phone number for comment but it was no longer in service.
Woodall says she is grateful for the support she has received and is now moving forward with her life.
"The way I'm moving, you know, that's a blessing and I'm just glad they found him and charging him with what he deserves because nobody needs to be put through this," Woodall said.
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A person commits the offense of Attack by Dog if that person is the owner of the dog, and that person with criminal negligence fails to secure the dog, and the dog makes an unprovoked attack on another person that occurs on a location other than the owner’s property which causes serious bodily injury, or 2) knows the dog is a dangerous dog, that the person is the owner of a dangerous dog, and the dangerous dog makes an unprovoked attack on another person.
It is considered a third degree felony, and is punishable by not more than 10 years or less than two years imprisonment in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, and a fine not to exceed $10,000.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

HARRIS COUNTY TX - 2 PIT BULLS DUG UNDER A FENCE AND ATTACKED A MAN SIMPLY WALKING DOWN THE STREET - THE PITS HAD A HISTORY AND THEY WERE EUTHANIZED

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A pair of PIT BULLS are facing death after they were blamed in an attack that left a man grievously injured. The man who is still in the hospital undergoing treatment was attacked by two pit bulls on Wednesday. The incident reportedly happened by Nanes Drive off I-45 and FM 1960.
According to ABC 13, the man who was attacked was walking down the street when the pit bulls knocked him to the ground. They started biting his legs and attacked him viciously. Neighbors, who watched in horror as the event unfolded, were initially scared — until one of them intervened to save the man. According to Bill Drout, a resident of the area, he initially thought of getting a gun when he saw the pit bulls attack.

“I thought about taking my gun when I ran out the door and thought, ‘Well, that’s kinda extreme.'” However, upon seeing the pit bulls attack, he thought it was a better idea if he did get the gun. 
"I called, 'Get a gun. Get a gun.  Call 911.'"
According to neighbors, the 2 PIT BULLS had somehow managed to dig under a fence to get out of their owner's property.  The wife of the owner soon stepped in to help and managed to leash the female pit bull.  But the male dog was simply too powerful.  When Drout saw that the lady wasn't able to get the male pit bull off the victim, he decided to jump in.
I'm pounding this dog as hard as I can with my fist and it didn't faze him at all.  It's like he didn't even care.  To be honest with you he's stronger than me," Drout said.  He was finally able to get the male pit bull off, who was quickly leashed by the owner.
"Grace of God, cause I'm thinking as I'm pulling this dog off if this dog decides to turn on me, I don't,  I'm no match for this dog.  But what are you gonna do?  Leave the dog chewing on the guy's leg.  You can't, right?".
The victim was quickly transported to the Ben Taub Hospital with severe injuries to one leg.  Meanwhile, the owners of the two pit bulls decided to surrender their dogs to the Harris County Animal Control to be euthanized.  Sgt. Eric Batton with the Harris County Sheriff's Office said the following:
"The owner has decided because of previous bite history to surrender his dogs to animal control for euthanization.  He made a very responsible prudent decision."
While the owners of the dog were pretty upset with the decision to euthanize the two pit bulls, they seem to have been even more upset by the attacks that their two dogs have been involved in.
Pit bull attacks across the U.S. have resulted in a ban on keeping them as pets in many places.  This latest incident might just be one more addition to the bad press pit bulls have been receiving over the past few years.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

FLOUR BLUFF, CORPUS CHRISTI TX - A 64-YEAR-OLD WOMAN - RITA WOODARD ALSO KNOWN AS RITA ROSS - IS DEAD FROM AN ATTACK BY AS MANY AS 5 OF 17 DOGS SHE WAS FOSTERING

KiiiTV.com South Texas, Corpus Christi, Coastal Bend Medical Examiner says Flour Bluff Woman Killed by Dog Attack, Pt. II: Investigators revealed Tuesday that a Flour Bluff woman who was found dead in her home Monday night appears to have been attacked by dogs she was fostering, and that attack is what resulted in her death.


UPDATE:   FOUR DOGS RESPONSIBLE FOR FLOUR BLUFF WOMAN'S DEATH PUT TO SLEEP.























































































































CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) -Investigators revealed Tuesday that a Flour Bluff woman who was found dead in her home Monday night appears to have been attacked by dogs she was fostering, and that attack is what resulted in her death.

The Nueces County Medical Examiner determined that 64-year old Rita Woodard, known to many as Rita Ross, died from a heart attack after multiple dog bites. One of her dogs was put to sleep after being severely injured by the attacking dogs.

Ross, who spent much of her time rescuing stray dogs, was discovered around 6:30 p.m. Monday. Several dogs were found feeding on her remains.

The Medical Examiner released a report late Tuesday stating that Ross had died from coronary artery atherosclerosis following multiple dog bites. Corpus Christi Police Department Commander John Houston, who supervises Animal Care Services, said it appeared that five of the 17 dogs found at Ross's home were responsible for the attack. Those five will likely be euthanized.

Many of the dogs were in cages at Ross's home, and four have already been turned over to the group For the Love of Strays for adoption. The remaining eight dogs will be turned over to Ross's son, who lives out of state.

Ross's Facebook page was devoted to helping find forever homes for stray dogs, and she spent much of her time helping the rescue group. There have already been several posts of condolences from friends, like Melissa Rizzo, who operates the rescue group.

"She is a very caring woman. Always there for the animals whether it be day or night. She's always there," Rizzo said. "She is a very big asset to our organization. Very dedicated woman. Every weekend, we have our pet adoptions. She is there faithfully with the animals, working hard with training dogs, making sure everyone gets into a loving home."

Houston said state law calls for any dogs that attack humans to be euthanized, or a judge can order their destruction. A final determination has yet to be made.

Rizzo said For the Love of Strays needs money and food to take care of the dogs that were turned over to them, and they hope to see the remaining eight dogs put up for adoption, either through them or Animal Care Services.

http://www.kiiitv.com/story/27644645/medical-examiner-says-flour-bluff-woman-killed-by-dog-attack

VIDEO:  WOMAN WHO FOSTERED DOGS (MOSTLY PIT BULLS) FOUND DECEASED IN HER BACKYARD

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2014 -  41 U.S. DOG BITE FATALITIES

PIT BULLS - 24
AMERICAN STAFFORDSHIRE TERRIER MIX?? - 1
  (Just a fancier name for a pit bull !!!)
PIT BULL MIX - 2
BULLMASTIFF - 2
ROTTWEILER - 4
2 MIXED BREED DOGS POSSIBLY SHEPHERD MIXED- ONE WAS WHITE -  1 
CATAHOULA CATTLE HOUND DOG?? NEIGHBORS ARE SAYING THIS WAS A PIT BULL MIX - 1
CANE CORSO - 1
UNKNOWN BREED DOG - 3   (PACKS OF DOGS- 2 ON INDIAN RESERVATIONS)
KEESHOND MIX - 1
15 DOGS: BLUE AND RED HEELERS, AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERDS AND HOUNDS ?? - 1


1.  1-5 - CHRISTINA BURLESON BELL- 43 - HOUSTON TX - 3 LOOSE PIT BULLS

2.  1- 6  - BETTY CLARK - 75 - SAN ANTONIO TX - MAULED BY NEIGHBOR'S 2 PIT BULLS ON DECEMBER 21, 2013 AND DIED JANUARY 6, 2014. 

3.  1-17 - KARA ELIZABETH HARTRICH - 4 -  BLOOMINGTON IL -  FAMILY'S 3 PIT BULLS

4.  1-26 - ANNABELL MARTIN - 89 - CORONA CA - GRANDSON'S 3 ROTTWEILERS

5.  2- 7  - KLONDA S. RICHEY - 57- DAYTON OH -  NEIGHBOR'S 2 PIT BULL MIXES 

6.  2-17  - JE'VAEH MAYES - 2 - TEMPLE TX - PIT BULL HER PARENTS WERE WATCHING
               (OR MORE LIKE BREEDING !!!!!)

7.  2-24  -  BRAELYNN RAYNE COULTER - 3 - HIGHPOINT NC - FAMILY'S PIT BULL

8.  2-26  -  SUMMER SEARS - 4 - TALLASSEE AL -  2 LOOSE  "MIXED BREED" DOGS SAID TO BE A MIXED SHEPHERD AND A LAB MIX - ONE OF THE DOGS WAS WHITE ACCORDING TO A WITNESS.

9.  2 -28 -   KENNETH SANTILLAN - 13 - PATERSON NJ - LOOSE BULLMASTIFF

10.  3 -1  -  RAYMANE CAMARI ROBINSON -  2 - KILLEEN TX - LOOSE BULLMASTIFF

11.  3-14 -  NANCY NEWBERRY, 77, PHOENIX AZ - FAMILY/DAUGHTER'S PIT BULL

12.  3-25  -  MIA DEROUEN - 4 - HOUMA LA - MOTHER'S XXL PIT BREEDER/BOYFRIEND'S MONSTER PIT

13.  3-31  -  CHRISTOPHER MALONE - 3 - THORNTON MS - RELATIVE'S PIT BULLS

14.  3-31  -  DOROTHY HAMILTON - 85 - KAUFMAN TX - SON'S PIT BULLS 

15.  4-6  -  JOHN HARVARD - 5 - RIVERSIDE AL - NEIGHBOR'S LOOSE 8 MO OLD PIT BULL

16.  4-11 - PETRA AGUIRRE - 83 - SAN ANTONIO TX - NEIGHBOR'S AMERICAN STAFFORDSHIRE TERRIER MIX BUSTED THROUGH FENCE TO ATTACK HER IN HER YARD ON MARCH 31.

17.  4-30 - JESSICA  DAWN NORMAN - 33 - SEBRING FL



18.  5-3  - KATIE MORRISON - 20 - LEE COUNTY AL - DIED FROM WOUNDS SUFFERED FROM AN ATTACK BY 3 PIT BULLS THAT SHE WAS PLAYING WITH AND WAS GOING TO PET SIT.

19.  5-4 - NYHIEM WILFONG - 18 MONTHS  - CALDWELL COUNTY NC - THE BOY WAS PLAYING WITH A 5-YEAR-OLD BROTHER WITH THE CHAINED ROTTWEILER NEARBY.

20.  5-7 -  KASII HAITH - 4-YEAR-OLD BOY - FELTON DE - MOTHER'S FRIEND'S 3 PIT BULLS 

21. 5-25 - RITA PEPE - 93 - BRANFORD CT - DIED FROM THE TRAUMA AND EXTENDED INACTIVITY FROM THE SEVERE PIT BULL BITE ON HER LEG. 

22.  6-8 -  HOLDEN WILLIAM GARRISON -  10 WEEKS OLD - DAVISBURG MI - THE FAMILY'S ???CATAHOULA CATTLE HOUND??? JUMPED ON THE COUCH WHILE THE BABY WAS BEING HELD BY ITS UNCLE AND MAULED IT ON THE HEAD AND NECK.

23. 7-19 - LOGAN SHEPARD - 4 - RIVERVIEW FL - FAMILY MEMBER'S 2 PIT BULLS  THAT WERE "SUPPOSED TO BE CRATED"  "SOMEHOW" MAULED THE BOY POSSIBLY BEGINNING IN THE DEN AND HE WAS FOUND OUTSIDE IN THE YARD FIRST BY POLICE WHO JUST HAPPENED TO BE DOWN THE STREET.

24. 7-20- JONATHON QUARLES JR - 7 MONTHS OLD - DAYTON OH - STEP PATERNAL GRANDMOTHER WAS BABYSITTING THE BABY BOY AND TOOK HER EYES OFF HIM FOR A SHORT TIME WHEN THE FAMILY'S PIT BULL (STAFFORDSHIRE TERRIER) REPORTEDLY JUMPED A GATE AND KILLED HIM. 

25. 7-23- CRAIG SYTSMA - 46 - METAMORA TOWNSHIP MI - FROM LIVONIA MI, HE WAS JOGGING WHEN HE WAS ATTACKED BY 2 CANE CORSOS. 

26. 8-4 - CINDY WHISMAN - 59 - MADISON TOWNSHIP OH - THE WOMAN WAS IN HER BACKYARD WITH HER GRANDSON WHEN A NEIGHBOR WITNESSED THE PIT BULL ATTACKING HER.  SHE CALLED 911 BUT THE VICTIM WAS PRONOUNCED DEAD AT THE SCENE.

27. 8-7- JOEL CHIRIELEISON, 6 - FANNING SPRINGS FL -  POSSIBLY AUNT'S 2 PIT BULLS 

28. 8-9 - DERIAH SOLEM, 22 MONTH OLD GIRL - ST. CHARLES COUNTY MO.- ATTACKED BY PIT BULL MIX WHILE BEING CARED FOR BY HER GRANDMOTHER.

29. 8-13 - JAVON DADE JR. - 4 - GOULDS, MIAMI-DADE FL - MAULED TO DEATH BY HIS FATHER'S PIT BULLS

30. 9-21- DAVID GLASS SR, 51 - LAMAR, BENTON COUNTY MS - A VERY RELIGIOUS MAN, HE WAS ATTACKED NEAR HIS HOME BY AT LEAST 3  PIT BULLS -  A PASSERBY IN A CAR FOUND HIM AFTER HE HAD LAID IN A DITCH FOR 4 HOURS - HE WAS LIFE FLIGHTED TO MEMPHIS WHERE HE LIVED FOR 1 DAY AND WAS ABLE TO TELL HOW THE DOGS ATTACKED HIM. 

31. 9-26 -  ALICE PAYNE - 75 - CAVE CITY AR - KILLED IN HER HOME BY HER OWN PIT BULL

32. 10-14 - JUAN FERNANDEZ - 59 - MODESTO CA - KILLED BY HIS NEIGHBOR'S 4 PIT BULLS

33. 10-24 -  LOGAN  MEYER - 7 - HUSTISFORD/IRON RIDGE WI - ATTACKED BY A ROTTWEILER TRAINED FOR GUARDING/ATTACKING/POLICE WORK  ??? ON THE PROPERTY OF HIS PARENTS WHO OWNED AND OPERATED PLATINUM K-9 PROTECTION KENNELS AND COUNTRY KENNELS BED AND BISCUITS.

34. 10-31 - ALAMEANER DIAL - 83 - ROWLAND NC -  ATTACKED BY HER GRANDDAUGHER'S 4 PIT BULLS WHILE SHE WAS SITTING ON HER PORCH- IT WAS REPORTED THAT ALL 4 OF HER LIMBS NEEDED TO BE AMPUTATED AND HER EARS AND HAIR WERE RIPPED OFF AND SHE WAS ON LIFE SUPPORT. 


35. 11-12 - DEANNE LYNN COANDO - 40 - WIND RIVER INDIAN RESERVATION WY - ATTACKED BY 1 OR MORE DOGS  - BEFORE SOMEONE FOUND HER SHE SUFFERED FROM LOSS OF BLOOD FROM BITES AND HYPOTHERMIA  AND DIED AT THE HOSPITAL IN RIVERTON.

36. 11-18 - STELLA ANTANAITIS - 91 - STRATFORD CT - SHE WAS ATTACKED BY A DOG SHE HAD RAISED FROM A PUPPY AND OWNED FOR ABOUT 8 YEARS SINCE HER HUSBAND DIED IN 2006 -  A KEESHOND MIX - HER WOUNDS WERE SO SEVERE SHE NEEDED SKIN GRAFTS.

37. 11-18 - JAYLA RODRIGUEZ - 8 - KILLED BY A PACK OF DOGS ON THE PINE RIDGE SOUTH DAKOTO INDIAN RESERVATION.

38. 11-23 - JOSE ROBLES - 62 - WENT OUT FOR A WALK AND WENT MISSING - HE WAS LATER FOUND WITH HIS CLOTHES TORN OFF AND SCATTERED ABOUT  AT THE BOTTOM OF A STEEP EMBANKMENT  ABOUT A MILE AWAY WITH 15 DOGS DESCRIBED AS BLUE AND RED HEELERS, AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERDS AND HOUNDS NEAR BY. HE SUFFERED NUMEROUS BITES.

39. 12-1 - BOBBIE CHEVEALLIER - 85 - ATTACKED BY SEVERAL DOGS AS SHE WAS TAKING GARBAGE OUT IN HER YARD - BOTH HER LEGS WERE MUTILATED SO BAD THEY HAD TO BE AMPUTATED ABOVE THE KNEES.

40. 12-6 - CHRISTOPHER CAMEJO - 2 - CRYSTAL RIVER, CITRUS COUNTY FL - KILLED IN BACKYARD BY HIS FAMILY'S DOGS - 4 ROTTWEILERS HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM THE HOME.

41.12-15 - RITA WOODARD (RITA ROSS) - 64 - FLOUR BLUFF, CORPUS CHRISTI TX -  KILLED BY AT LEAST 5 OF THE 17 DOGS SHE WAS FOSTERING.  ALL THE DOGS TAKEN BY ANIMAL CONTROL APPEAR TO BE PIT BULLS AND OR PIT BULL MIXES. 




NON-BITE FATALITIES -  PIT BULL - 4


VICTIMS THAT DIED FROM BEING HIT BY A CAR WHILE BEING CHASED BY DOGS:


4-10 - DEMONTA COLLINS - 13 - AUGUSTA GA - He was running from a pit bull that was chasing him and ran into traffic and was hit by a car and died from his injuries.

4-12 - DAVON JIGGETTS - 17 - FULTON CO GA - After getting off the bus 2 blocks from his home, he was chased by a large white pit bull and in an attempt to get away from it he was hit by a car and killed.



VICTIMS THAT DIED INDIRECTLY FROM THEIR DOGS FIGHTING

1-7  - CARLOS ELIGIO TREVINO - 54 -  IDAHO FALLS ID - After breaking up a fight among his 7 pits, he complained of being tired and died a few minutes later

8-4 - RYAN BROWN -  15 - FAYETTE CO TN - The teen and his twin brother were trying to break up a fight between 2 pit bulls and then his twin brother picked up a pot and threw it at the dogs. At that moment Ryan stood up and was hit by the pot and died from the blow.