Thursday, May 24, 2012

WAGONER COUNTY OK - HERO - WOLF GETS IN BETWEEN A PIT BULL TRYING TO ATTACK A CHILD - THE PIT ATTACKS HIM AND ITS NOT THE FIRST TIME !!!

McMaster and her family moved into the Wagoner County home back in January. Wolf came with the house and was instantly part of the family.
THE FAMILY MOVED INTO THE HOUSE IN JANUARY AND WOLF CAME WITH THE HOUSE AND WAS INSTANTLY PART OF THE FAMILY.  WOLF IS THE KIND OF DOG ANYONE WOULD WANT ON THEIR SIDE.  A LOVING POOCH WITH A PROTECTIVE INSTINCT.

Thursday - May 24, 2012 - Wolf always follows the kids home to make sure they get home safe, and that's what he was doing Saturday when  3 PIT BULLS  tried to attack three neighborhood kids. He got in front between the Pit Bull and the little friend and he's the one that got attacked.  He now has 10 stitches and Mark Bell and his family have a $600 vet bill.

"HE'S BEEN ATTACKED SEVERAL TIMES AND I'M TIRED OF IT.  I WANT SOMETHING DONE," SAYS MARK BELL.

He did contact the Wagoner County Sheriff's office, but the county has no animal ordinance in place, which means there's not much they can do other than take down the report. Residents do have the right to protect themselves, their children and pets if attacked.

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"THE ONLY THING THEY SAID I COULD DO  IF THEY TRY TO ATTACK ME IS  I CAN SHOOT THEM.  I WILL NOT HAVE A PROBLEM SHOOTING THEM."

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The pit bulls are fenced in, but Bell says they are frequently running loose in the neighborhood.

The Pit Bulls are fenced in but Bell says they are frequently running loose in the neighborhood.  He says he plans on taking legal action against the owners of the Pit Bulls.


1 comment:

Your Quiet Neighbor said...

Good for Mark Bell. Taking legal action is exactly what needs to happen.