Thursday, April 14, 2016

BOULDER HILL, KENDALL COUNTY IL - A LOOSE PIT BULL MIX BECAME AGGRESSIVE TO A PERSON WALKING THEIR DOG IN SUSAN JOHN PARK - A HERO WITH A CONCEALED CARRY LICENSE WITNESSED THE AGGRESSION AND PUT AN END TO IT SO NO HUMAN OR NORMAL PET GOT HURT THIS TIME!!!

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An aggressive dog described as a  PIT BULL MIX  was allegedly shot one time by an individual in the Susan John Park located on Hampton Road in Boulder Hill Saturday afternoon around 2:10.
According to the Kendall County Sheriff's Office, deputies were called to the scene for a report of a loose dog being aggressive toward a person and their leashed dog.
Upon arriving on scene, deputies found that the pit bull mix had been shot by another person and was found deceased.
The person who shot the dog witnessed the aggression of the dog from his home near the park and interceded between the dog and the victim.
Deputies said that the individual who shot the dog had a valid Illinois Concealed Carry License and immediately unloaded his firearm and turned it over to deputies.  No other injuries were reported.
Deputies added that the dog had a history of aggression and biting.
The Sheriff's Office investigated two previous incidents this year involving the same dog that have resulted in the owner of the dog receiving two citations for no rabies tag and one citation for a dog running at large.
Deputies said that the dog had also been referred to Kendall County Animal Control for one of the previous incidents for a bite.
The incident does remain under investigation by the Kendall County Sheriff's Office.

3 comments:

Sweetie Pie said...

Warning to Animal Control everywhere: If you refuse to confiscate and humanely euthanize pit bull type dogs that have committed violence already, then this is what will happen to them in the end. Citizens will RIGHTLY kill them some other way the next time they start to get violent.

Love pit bulls? Then euthanize them before we have to.

Anonymous said...

Third strike, you're dead. RIP pittie! I take that back. Good riddance pittie!

And nutters wonder why we want to legislate pit bulls. I mean, nutters know why we want to legislate, they just don't wanna be legislated. Because, you know, this "responsible" pit bull owner deserves, I mean, is entitled to own a pit bull to everyone else's peril.

Thank goodness for responsible gun owners that know how to take out a pit bull in one shot, since it seems that only bullets stop pit bulls. No one has to worry about this pit bull ever again. YAY!

Dayna Hamilton said...

Good shooting!!! I love happy endings to these stories!