Saturday, November 28, 2015

JACKSON MI - A PIT BULL MIX ATTACKED ITS OWNER CAUSING SEVERE HEAD AND FACIAL INJURIES AFTER HE ATTEMPTED TO REMOVE SOMETHING FROM ITS MOUTH

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A dog attacked a Jackson man early Saturday, causing severe head and facial injuries.
The man tried to remove something from the mouth of his dog, a 1.5-YEAR-OLD MALE PIT BULL MIX,  and the dog responded aggressively, Jackson police Sgt. Adam Williams said.
Emergency personnel were called at 8:36 a.m. Nov. 28 to the man's home in the 100 block of Bates Street.
The man went to Allegiance Health for treatment and the dog was taken to the Jackson County Animal Shelter. Dangerous, impounded animals are not released for adoption, according to the county animal control and protection ordinance, and the dog was expected to be euthanized.
Williams said the owner or owners of the animal no longer wanted the dog in their home.

2 comments:

Sweetie Pie said...

Here's another example of what pit bulls do to owners who try to take something away from them:

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=c2f_1345266162

Anonymous said...

Aw, why don't they want pibbly wibbly anymore? It's just like normal dogs. It's the most loyal, loving dog you could ever have. My heart breaks that this nutter is giving up nanny doggy.