Tuesday, March 22, 2016

EASTON CT - A 'RESCUED PIT' ALLOWED TO ROAM ATTACKED A DONKEY CHOMPING ON ITS NECK AND FACE

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A donkey belonging to an Easton resident was attacked by a roaming  PIT BULL March 15 at 10:59 p.m. The donkey suffered three puncture wounds to her jaw area, a puncture in the right side of her neck and bite wounds on her nose.
The donkey was treated by Dr. Stacy of Fairfield Equine Associates of Newtown. The Easton owner of the pit bull was given an infraction for a roaming dog, nuisance and failure to comply with the rabies ordinance.
The owner said the dog was a rescue and after the 14-day quarantine, he would be returning the dog to the rescue group where he got it.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Why does a rescue group adopt a pit bull out without proper vaccinations?

Why does a rescue group adopt a pit bull out to someone irresponsible enough to let it roam?

Why does the law allow this dog to go back to that obviously irresponsible rescue group after it has proven to be dangerous and aggressive?