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Thursday, August 28, 2014

CLAY COUNTY FL - DECEMBER 18, 2011 - KARIN CARTER, 61, WAS ATTACKED BY HER SON'S PIT BULLS LEAVING HER NEAR DEATH - THE RETIRED TEACHER HAS COMPLETED HER FIRST BOOK ABOUT HER HORRIFIC EXPERIENCE "THE WAR THAT RAGED WITHIN" - THIS SHOULD BE REQUIRED READING FOR ALL ANIMAL CONTROL DIRECTORS

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Karin Carter, a retired teacher, has completed her first book "The War That Raged Within": the true story of a woman's horrific experience, the scars which it left behind, and her ultimate victory over fear.
December 18th, 2011Karin Carter was walking to her son's house, unaware that she was about to face the most gruesome event in her life on that sunny winter day.
Max, Leah, Ruby, Helen, her son's pit bulls that had always been friendly to her, ran out to greet her. She started rubbing their chests and scratching their ears when suddenly they turned from man's best friend into Karin's worst nightmare.
"Oh my god, they've killed Karin!" thought her brother-in-law, Daniel, who was the first one to get to her. The scene was so bloody that they thought the dogs had just torn an animal apart.
Karin had been mauled to within an inch of her life. Her right leg was mangled beyond recognition, exposing bone and torn flesh. Her blood had mixed with the mud on the ground in one of the most vicious dog attacks in recent history.
Published by New York City-based Page PublishingKarin Carter's poignant tale is a soul searing recounting of a life-changing event and one woman's triumphant recovery.
Readers who wish to experience this compelling work can purchase "The War That Raged Within" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.
About Page Publishing
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Read the full story at   http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/08/prweb12119260.htm
MY ORIGINAL POST TYPED UP AND PUBLISHED ON THE DAY MY HUSBAND AND I RECEIVED THE PHONE CALL FROM OUR LAWYER THAT THE CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE OF OUR COUNTY HAD RULED IN OUR FAVOR AND THE PUT BULLS NEXT DOOR MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE NEIGHBOR'S PROPERTY - DECEMBER 22, 2011 - 
A Clay County woman is fighting for her life after a vicious pit bull attack.
Investigators said the six dogs that mauled 61-year-old Karin Carter were owned by her son, Derek Carter. Karin Carter was attacked Sunday afternoon in the 6000 block of Old Carter Road in Maxville.
Deputies said Carter was attacked while riding on a golf cart between her property and her son's.
"We were concerned at the time that she was going to die," said Lt. Russ Burke, of the Clay County Sheriff's Office. "She has severe injuries to one of her legs and she might still lose that leg."
Deputies said neighbors ran over to help, and one person shot one of the dogs to get it off of Carter.
"Heard her crying for help and saved her life when they pulled the dogs off of her," Burke said.
All six of the pit bills were taken to Clay County Animal Care and Control. Their future is uncertain, except that they will remain there until the investigation is complete.
Burke said the family was in the middle of building a new pen to keep the dogs in but hadn't yet finished it when Carter was attacked.
"Must be 6-7 feet high, but the dogs were getting out and roaming freely at the time," Burke said.

1 comment:

snack sized dog said...
I hear you got an early Christmas present!

I am so happy for you, I'm practically floating thinking about your triumph!

When you have your back yard back again, raise a glass, and toast your victory. I will be there in spirit cha chinging with you!

FLORENCE KY - A COUPLE WAS ATTACKED BY A PIT BULL MIX INSIDE THEIR APARTMENT - THEY WERE PIT SITTING



UPDATE:  A dog sitter and his wife were attacked and seriously injured by a pit bull/Labrador mix dog at a Florence apartment early Thursday.
"He's got some pretty serious injuries to his arm," said Florence Police Capt. Tom Grau of the male dog sitter.
The couple was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Florence shortly after the 5:40 a.m. incident in the 900 block of Trellises Drive.
Their names and ages were not released.
The dog sitter told police he was attempting to take the dog out for a morning walk when he inadvertently startled it by reaching for the leash.
The dog latched onto the man's arm, biting it and his hands several times.
The man got away, but not before the dog bit his wife in the arm when she woke and came to his aid.
He fled to the kitchen and called 911 while she locked herself in the bathroom.
When police arrived, they heard the couple yelling for help from inside the apartment.
At that point, the dog was partially contained by a baby gate in one of the apartment's hallways.
Authorities entered and used food to lure the dog into a bathroom.
They locked the animal inside while they tended to the couple's wounds.
Boone County animal control officials removed it from the apartment.
They have custody of the dog and are trying to track down the owner, who lives in Newport but is out of town on vacation, police said.
Florence does not have a ban on pit bulls, but the city does have a vicious dog ordinance that requires owners to contain or leash them at all times and keep $25,000 insurance policies, Grau said.
An investigation is underway. It's too soon to say if the dog's owner will face charges, Grau said.
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Man’s best friend may have turned against its owner in a Florence home Thursday morning.
A husband and wife were reportedly attacked by their pet pit bull around 5:30 a.m. Emergency personnel were called to an apartment on the 900 block of Trellises Drive.
Various media reports state that one person was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Florence with non-life threatening injuries in the form of dog bites. The other person was treated at the scene for bites.
The status of the dog has not been released.

PINKHAM NOTCH NH - A PIT BULL ON A HIKE WITH ITS OWNER ATTACKED AND KILLED ANOTHER DOG



Police are searching for a  PIT BULL and its owner after the dog allegedly attacked and killed another dog during a hike in northern New Hampshire last week.  The attack happened Thursday near Tuckerman Ravine, police said. The injured dog died from its injuries three days later. 

New Hampshire State Police released a photo of a man and put bull wanted in connection in the attack.  Anyone with information is urged to call police at 603-223-8873.

 

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

PIT BULL MAULS AND KILLS GOATS




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NiQVa3nzpw

ST. ALBANS, VICTORIA AU - AYEN CHOL, 4, WAS MAULED TO DEATH BY A NEIGHBOR'S PIT BULL MIX THAT CHARGED INSIDE HER HOME AS SHE CLUNG TO HER MOTHER'S LEG IN AUGUST 2011 - HER MOTHER HAS FILED A LEGAL SUIT AGAINST THE OWNERS OF THE DOG

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Ayen Chol, 4, was killed when her neighbour’s dog ­escaped from its St Albans home and attacked her as she clung to her mother’s leg.
The tragic death sparked the introduction of tougher penalties for attacks by dangerous dogs.
Jacklin Ancaito has now launched a County Court legal suit against the dog’s owners, Nick Josevski and his father Lazor.
Ms Ancaito is claiming damages for permanent injuries including post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and ongoing suffering.
She says the Josevskis negligently allowed their dog to roam at large after it escaped from their premises before the August 2011 attack.
She also alleges they failed to exercise control of the dog and failed to ensure it was muzzled.
Jacklin Ancaito (right) is comforted by her cousin Aweng Mathok the day after Ayen was ki
Lazor Josevski was fined a total of $11,000 for the fatal ­attack after pleading guilty to a string of charges in 2012.
The fines included $4000 for Ayen’s death, $6000 for the dog’s attack on two other members of the Chol family and $1000 for having an unregistered dog.
In a victim impact statement read to Sunshine Magistrates’ Court, Ms Ancaito told of her torment.
“Witnessing my daughter being killed by this dog is the worst thing that has ever ­happened to me,’’ Ms Ancaito said.
“It was terrifying and I see images in my head all the time. I was holding her, trying to keep her alive.’’
Ms Ancaito said her life had changed forever and she had nightmares, and her son, Marko, who had also witnessed the attack, was also deeply affected.
“Ayen was a very happy, beautiful girl,’’ she said.
“I felt very blessed. She was very intelligent.
“She loved painting, dancing, singing. She loved everybody. She was a very polite, confident, beautiful girl.’’
Under changes to the Domestic Animals Act introduced after the incident, owners of dangerous dogs that cause death now face 10 years’ jail.

AUCKLAND NZ - A PIT BULL ATTACKED A PLUMBER - HIS MILITARY TRAINING ENABLED HIM TO FIGHT THE DOG OFF !

An Auckland plumber had to fight for his life yesterday when a client's PIT BULL attacked him.
Jeff Donighi approached the open front door of a Papatoetoe property, calling out to the occupant he'd finished a job under the house, when the woman's pit bull leapt out at him.
Recovering in Middlemore Hospital with severe lacerations to his hands and arms, he says his military training enabled him to fight off the dog.
But he says a child would've had no chance.

PRAIRIE CITY IA - JENA WRIGHT'S TRIAL DATE IS SET - HER AMERICAN STAFFORDSHIRE TERRIER MAULED 4-YEAR-OLD JORDYN ARNDT TO DEATH IN APRIL 2013

Jordyn Arndt

The trial is set for the Prairie City woman whose dog killed a little girl. Jena Wright is charged with child endangerment, neglect, and assault on a peace officer.

           THE BABYSITTER



Police say Wright’s American Staffordshire terrier mauled four-year-old Jordyn Arndt in April of 2013. Jordyn died from her injuries.
Wright’s trial is scheduled for December 8th.

HOBSONS BAY, VICTORIA AU - PIT BULLS RIP THROUGH A FAMILY'S BACKYARD FENCE TO MAUL 3 JACK RUSSELL TERRIERS - 2 OF THE BELOVED PETS WERE KILLED


Adrian Hutchinson with his Jack Russell, Stevie, who was lucky to survive after being mau

Adrian Hutchinson’s third Jack Russell barely survived the ferocious attack last week, which is being investigated by Hobsons Bay City Council rangers.
Police were also called to Mr Hutchinson’s house when the owners of the pit bulls clashed with Mr Hutchinson and a ranger, allegedly trying to delete evidence captured on the ranger’s phone.
Mr Hutchinson said the pit bulls, which lived next door to his Altona Meadows home, were “ticking time bombs”.
“These dogs, we don’t need them in society. All they want to do is kill,” the 40-year-old plumber said.
“Obviously I’m upset, but just think, imagine if it was someone’s kids rather than my dogs.”
Jack Russell pup Skimpy and his grandmother, Manny, were both dead when Mr Hutchinson got home from work last Thursday.
Stevie, Skimpy’s mother, barely survived and spent three nights in a vet emergency hospital, costing Mr Hutchinson more than $2000 in vet bills.
He said the pit bulls had torn off three palings of his backyard fence to get in.
The pit bulls have not been seized by the council.