Thursday, February 20, 2020
HOLLYWOOD CA - AN ACTRESS' OLDER MEAT GRINDER WENT AFTER HER YOUNGER MEAT GRINDER AND SHE GOT CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE WITH HER HAND AND ARM ...THE BLOODY MESS INCLUDED CRUSHED BONES, TORN LIGAMENTS, DEEP CUTS, PINS AND STITCHES ..BUT THEY PLAN ON KEEPING THEIR LAND SHARKS!!!
BARRIE, ONTARIO CANADA - REALTOR CARRIE STILES SAYS IT LOOKED LIKE A MURDER SCENE AFTER SHE WAS ATTACKED BY A VICIOUS DOG AFTER SHOWING A HOUSE
Realtor Carrie Stiles is recovering after she says she was viciously attacked by a dog after a house showing in Barrie.“The whole thing looked like a bloodbath, she says of the incident.”
Stiles met two clients at a duplex on Innisfil Street to show them an investment property. She says the tenant warned them about “two extremely dangerous dogs” that were in the backyard and told her that “if we were to let the dog in, he would maim and mangle us.”
After the showing, Stiles and her clients left the house and were talking in the driveway. That’s when she says the dog escaped the house and attacked.“The metal screen door flew open. We heard a loud bang, and the dog had pushed his way through the door,” Stiles said, adding that the dog bolted straight for them.
According to Stiles, the animal bit her client’s coat and boots and then turned its aggression her way.
“The dog grabbed the corner of my jacket, latched onto that and was pulling me down to the ground to get to me,” she said.
“All I kept thinking was ‘Don’t lose your balance or this dog’s going to get your throat or your face, and that’ll be the end of me.”
Stiles says that in her desperation to get away, she tried to climb onto her client’s car. “The dog locked onto my hand. He was thrashing my hand back and forth like an alligator would,” she said.
The tenant eventually got the dog back indoors, and paramedics were called.The alleged attack left a horrifying scene. “My purse was filled with blood; my coat was covered in blood; my nylons were torn. Because of the snow, it looked like a murder scene,” she said.
Stiles says she believes she will need plastic surgery on her injured hand “I’m in a lot of pain. I can’t drive, I can’t write, it’s hard to get dressed, to cut food,” she said, adding that continuing her job will be difficult after her experience. “It’s terrifying to think when I door knock, is a dog going to come up to the door and how am I going to feel?” she said.
Stiles says she feels the dog should be euthanized, and the tenants arrested for negligence, saying she’s thankful her clients didn’t have children with them. But Barrie police say this is a bylaw issue. The city says it is investigating.
“Pending results of the investigation, the city may proceed with charges under the Dog Owner’s Liability Act,” a spokesperson for the city stated. “This incident occurred on the owner’s property. A dog is not required to be on a muzzle if in the owners’ home or in a fenced yard on the property.”
The city says the owner claims the dog is a CANE CORSO breed and not a PIT BULL, as Stiles claims it was. She is waiting for information from the city’s investigation and says she plans to take legal action.
Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Chilling video showing a dog attacking a young girl in Colorado Springs was released by the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region. The girl was not seriously hurt.
Friday, February 14, 2020
JACKSONVILLE FL - A ROAMING MEAT GRINDER ATTACKED REBECCA TEMBY'S LITTLE PET OUTSIDE HER APARTMENT DOOR ...A HERO CAME TO HELP PULL THE PIT OFF HER DOG AND A FEW DAYS LATER THE LAND SHARK CAME BACK AND ATTACKED HIS DOG ...SURELY JACKSONVILLE HAS AN ANIMAL CONTROL???
A routine trip to let her dog, Mikey, outside turned into a near-deadly disaster for Jacksonville woman Rebecca Temby.
"It started tearing into Mikey and tearing his flesh," Temby said, describing last week's dog attack.
She says she was a few feet from her apartment door when a tan-colored PIT BULL came running toward her in the parking lot of Avesta Mandarin Apartments.
"[My dog] was in shock," she told First Coast News. "I didn't know if he was breathing or not. He was just completely silent."
Temby was bitten on the shoulder, but Mikey's wounds were extensive, including bite marks around his neck and legs.
"His own body is having a hard time combating the infection," she said.
Temby, who is a veteran, was training Mikey to be a service dog. She began the training a few months ago. She says a man who helped pull the dog off Mikey was also attacked by the same pit bull a few days later.
"He came up to me with tears in his eyes and he said 'That same dog attacked my dog and now my dog is at the vet hospital,'" Temby said.
Temby didn't look to see if the dog had a collar, but believes it lives or roams nearby. She's now changing her habits and urges others to keep an eye out late at night.
"I think it would be important to let people know that this dog is out loose so they can protect themselves, their children and their own dogs," Temby said.
A GoFundMe page was set up to help with Mikey's vet bills.
ST. JOHNS COUNTY FL - TAMMY DEGOLYER IS IN CRITICAL CONDITION AFTER BEING ATTACKED BY 2 ROTTWEILERS IN HER FRONT YARD...DEPUTIES HAD TO OPEN FIRE ON THE MONSTERS IN ORDER FOR FIRST RESPONDERS TO GET TO HER
A woman is in life-threatening condition after a dog attack in St. John's County on Friday. Deputies said the attack was so vicious they could not reach the woman to help her and had to open fire on the dogs.
First Coast News has learned the woman is Tammy Degolyer, who was featured Thursday in an On Your Side report.
According to the St. John's County Sheriff's Office, Degolyer was in her front yard on Luther Beck Road in Hastings around 1 p.m. when two dogs ran up, knocking her to the ground, and began attacking her.
Deputies said they were initially unable to reach her because of the dogs and were forced to open fire on the animals. One was killed and the other injured.
Deputies wanted to transport the woman to the hospital by helicopter, but weather conditions did not allow, so she was driven instead.
The St. John's County Sheriff's Office said the dogs both appeared to be ROTTWEILERS.
First Coast News had previously spoken to Degolyer and her husband, Claude Degolyer, because they had waited years for their roof to be repaired after it was damaged by Hurricane Matthew.
A local non-profit stepped in to help the military couple. The Simon's House was expecting to finish the renovation project on Monday.