Saturday, June 28, 2014

MORRISTOWN TN - NEIGHBOR'S 2 LOOSE PIT BULLS INVADED A YARD AND ATTACKED A LAB MIX

An East Tennessee neighborhood is breathing a sigh of relief, after animal control seized a couple of dogs that nearly killed a family pet.  Hamblen County Animal Control says this isn

Jenifer Turner was sitting on her porch Thursday afternoon when the neighbor's 2 PIT BULLS attacked her dog "SNOOPY"  that she had tied up in her yard. She beat the dogs on the head but they wouldn't let go of her pet.  A passerby saw the attack and helped her wrestle the dogs away. Snoopy, a Lab Mix. came home from the vet on Friday lucky to be alive.

Turner says she knows these 2 pit bulls well.  They've tried to attack her other dog Simon and that pet is now afraid to leave its house. She thinks the whole neighborhood was afraid to come out and help her because....THEY KNOW THESE DOGS HAVE ATTACKED BEFORE.....IF THEY'RE GONNA ATTACK A 70-POUND DOG, UNPROVOKED, WHAT'S GONNA STOP THEM FROM ATTACKING A KID NEXT TIME?

                                         
                                     ENTERS THE NUTTER CODY SCHEIBLE!!!!!

*I KNOW MY DOGS ATTACKED SNOOPY BUT MY PIT BULLS ARE NOT VICIOUS.
*I WAS AT WORK.  I DON'T KNOW WHAT HAPPENED.
*THEY BUSTED UP THE PEN IN MY BACK YARD AND GOT OUT AND WAS JUST ROAMING AROUND.
*IT'S THE FIRST TIME MY DOGS HAVE ATTACKED ANOTHER PET.


Animal Control says that it's not the first time they've attacked and they took the pit bulls Friday night.  They are at Hamblen County Animal Shelter. They say that Scheible will not be allowed to visit them and he won't be able to get them back.

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2 comments:

Dayna Hamilton said...

After reading the comments, you get the impression the pit owners are seriously challenged in many ways.

PIT DISPATCHER said...

Do not let a mauler leave your property alive, period. No one will help you, and it may happen again.