Monday, October 5, 2015

ALACHUA COUNTY FL - AUTHORITIES DID NOT NAME THE BREED OF DOGS THAT ATTACKED A GROUP OF MINIATURE HORSES SUNDAY MORNING - 2 HORSES ARE DEAD AND OTHERS ARE INJURED BADLY


UPDATE:  ANOTHER MINI HORSE DIED AND BOTH DOGS AND THEIR OWNER HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED.

Alachua County deputies are investigating a report of aggressive dogs that mauled several horses early Sunday morning.
Deputies said they responded to 12808 NW 142nd Terrace to a report of an aggressive dog that was attacking miniature horses.
Deputies found several severely injured horses and two dogs.  
One of the horses was killed by the dogs and another had to be put down due to severe wounds.
A veterinarian was called to treat the other horses while deputies used their trauma kits for medical treatment.
Alachua County Animal Control is investigating the incident.
Officials say the owner of one of the dogs has been identified.


3 comments:

James Lee said...

when they dont name the breed , thats a dead giveaway we are talking shit bull .

animal control is running scared like theyve been bitten a few too many times .

Sweetie Pie said...

'Animal Control' contracts are held in most places by pit bull pimp organizations, which only hire pit bull fans. Their only fear is that some pit bull type dog that has killed many other animals or even some humans might be put down.

We need to get 'animal control' out of the hands of these 'humane' societies and back into the hands of people concerned about public safety and the lives of non-pit-bull animals.

Farmer Jane said...

Alachua County Animal Services has been bought and sold by the pit bull promotion machine. I'm surprised that this story even made the news, though not surprised that the breed of dog was not named. You can count on the fact that if this was done by any other breed, it would be in the article's headline. This area has way more pit bulls than the five or six percent that is said to be the nation's average. There are hardly any other breeds of dogs around, and, if there are, the owners are being smart and keeping them out of sight and out of danger. I live in occupied territory in a war zone. Pit bulls are valued over the lives of any other animal or human. If Alachua County 'Pit Bull' Services is forced to take action, the dogs will disappear- having been sent to live in another county with no history attached.