Saturday, February 13, 2016

MONTGOMERY COUNTY AL - JEFF AUL'S POODLE WAS ATTACKED BY A PIT BULL AT THE HANNAH DAYE RIDLING BARK PARK - IN USUAL FASHION THE SOCIOPATHIC NUTTER DIDN'T CLAIM HIS PIT AT FIRST...THEN GAVE AUL A FALSE NAME AND PHONE NUMBER

WTVM.com-Columbus, GA News W Dog owner speaks out after Bark Park attack  

MR. AUL, WHY IN THE WORLD WOULD YOU WANT TO PUT THIS PRECIOUS POODLE IN SUCH DANGER.  DO NOT TAKE THIS SMALL DOG BACK TO ANY DOG PARK, AND ESPECIALLY NOT THIS ONE WHERE THIS PIT MAY BE.  THAT'S A GOOD PIT BUT BECAUSE YOU FOUGHT SO HARD TO FREE BUBBA -- IT DIDN'T GET TO WHAT GOOD PITS DO....LATCH ON AND NOT LET GO UNTIL THE OTHER DOG IS DEAD.  IT WILL FINISH THE JOB THE NEXT TIME. YOU HAVE A CHOICE NOW....DO NOT ENDANGER BUBBA AGAIN, PLEASE!!!!!  IF YOU JUST HAVE TO GO TO A DOG PARK, JUST GET YOU A PIT FROM THE ANIMAL SHELTER...THEY ARE USUALLY FREE....AND THEN AT LEAST IT WILL BE AN EVEN MATCH AND CAN BE CORRECTLY CALLED A "DOG FIGHT".  AND JUST SO YOU WILL KNOW....PIT BULLS ATTACKING OTHER ANIMALS IS NO RARE THING....................................http://www.dogsbitedecatural.com/search/label/Never%20take%20your%20dog%20to%20a%20dog%20park

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(WSFA) - A dog owner is speaking out after his puppy was attacked by another dog at a popular Montgomery dog park.

“I can tell he's anxious of this place after what happened yesterday,” said dog owner Jeff Aul.

Aul's 1-year-old poodle, Bubba, was attacked by another pup at the Hannah Daye Ridling Bark Park off Vaughn Road Thursday.

(Source: WSFA 12 News)


"He had my dog rolled over on his back and had him by his throat. I did everything I could do to grab any part of the PIT BULL and pull him off,” Aul said.

Onlookers say it was an AMERICAN BULLDOG MIX  that attacked Bubba after Aul was washing him off in the wash station, latching on to the poodle’s throat.  Aul says he had to physically grab hold of the other dog's jaw to pry the grip free.  Bubba suffered a wounded neck -- a gash that required three stitches.
After the tussle, Aul said he shouted out for the owner and no one immediately claimed the dog he estimated to be at least 100 POUNDS.
 
“It’s really rare for something to happen. If it does, everyone has been really good about exchanging numbers. I've never had any problems like this before,” said Camilla Houston, a Bark Park volunteer.
Aul said that wasn't the case for him.

"Unfortunately the owner gave me some false contact information. He gave me the wrong name and the wrong phone number so I have no way to get in touch with him to get those vet fees reimbursed,” Aul said.
Humane officers with the Montgomery County Humane Society say Montgomery's Bark Park, like most dog parks, is enter at your own risk.

“The damages that one dog causes another is going to ultimately come down to a civil matter between the two owners,” said Montgomery Humane Officer Robert Bryant.

Bryant said humane officers don’t typically get involved in a case when an animal attacks another. The Bark Park is maintained by the city of Montgomery. Humane officers staff the area to check tags and manage day-to-day activities.

Aul thinks that if a staffer been on site when Bubba was attacked, the incident could have been prevented. Bryant said there is nothing they could have done besides urging the two owners to exchange correct contact information.

“They’re both where they have a legal right to be. They can be at large at the dog park, and if they're not at the dog park but they're on leash, they're still within legal limits,” Bryant said.

Aul recognizes that the incident could have been much worse and is just thankful Bubba is going to be ok.

“There’s a lot of smaller breeds out here, or even someone’s child, you know, could have been injured in a situation such as this,” Aul said.

Despite the unfortunate circumstance, Aul says he and Bubba won’t be deterred from playing fetch in the future.

"Give him a week or two, you know, until he gets better and we'll be back,” Aul said.

Dog park volunteers and patrons emphasize that this is a rare, isolated incident.

http://www.wtvm.com/story/31213599/dog-owner-speaks-out-after-bark-park-attack 

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

A lying pit bull owner. How unusual.

Farmer Jane said...

Pit and run. This happens often enough to have acquired a name. I never met a person who lied as much as one trying to cover their pit's foul deeds.