Tuesday, June 30, 2015

SMITH COUNTY TX - A LARGE PIT BULL ATTACKED A FEMALE ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER AT THE COUNTY SHELTER SENDING HER TO A LOCAL HOSPITAL - THE PIT WAS SHOT

VIDEO OF THE ATTACKING PIT


Emergency crews responded today to the Smith County animal shelter, where one person was reportedly bitten by a PIT BULL and shots were fired.
Smith County Fire Marshal Jay Brooks told the Tyler Morning Telegraph that a female animal control officer was attacked by a "large pit bull" at the shelter and was taken to a local hospital.
Witnesses nearby said there were multiple gunshots heard coming from the shelter shortly after 1 p.m.
Brooks confirmed the dog was put down after it attempted to attack him, an assistant fire marshal and a Smith County Sheriff's deputy.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

How could they shoot pibble? I am so upset! The pibble should have been saved at all costs! Temperament tests should have been administered! DNA tests should have been done to prove it was a pibble! The pibble could have been rehabilitated, and smuggled into a new neighborhood! They should have at least held a hearing to determine if the pibble was vicious. I mean, come on!

In reality, everyone should be afforded the ability to shoot attacking pit bulls to death.