Tuesday, April 19, 2016

NUTLEY NJ - A WOMAN COULD NOT CONTROL HER ADOPTED PIT AND IT GOT LOOSE FROM HER AND ATTACKED A SMALLER DOG BEING WALKED ON A LEASH


Another PIT BULL is responsible for an attack on a human, only this time, unlike a similar attack in Nutley a few weeks ago, this dog also attacked another small dog, the Nutley Police Department said today.
On April 15, at the intersection of Centre St. and Ravine Ave., police said a woman was walking her pit bull, it got loose and proceeded to attack a smaller dog. The pit’s jaw locked so tightly on the throat of the smaller dog, called Blue Bear, that a responding Nutley PD officer had to use force to get the pit to loosen its clasp on the smaller pup.
The smaller dog was rushed to an area animal hospital with puncture wounds to its throat, neck and ear, while its owner was taken to hospital for bites she sustained on her hand and leg while she was trying to save her dog, the NPD said.
Meanwhile, police said  the woman who had the pit bull in her possession had the dog on a trial basis to see whether it was compatible with her family ---- she found out about the dog from an Instagram post. 
The Nutley woman told police the dog’s original owners, who live in Midland Park, told her the pit bull had been involved in another biting incident in Midland Park some time ago.
The Midland Park dog owners are en route to Nutley to demonstrate proof of vaccinations and to re-take custody of the pit bull. Meanwhile, Nutley Animal Control arrived on the scene of the incident and released the pit, called Toby, to the Nutley woman who has temporary possession of it, police said.


EARLIER PIT ATTACK ON BABY SLEEPING IN STROLLER BEING PUSHED BY ITS MOTHER:



2 comments:

Anonymous said...

WOW! Just WOW! Trying to get rid of pittie because it ain't such a nice dog, is it? Instead of doing the right thing and dirt napping it, give it to some unsuspecting idiot and see what happens? Now some innocent little dog has been attacked and its owner hurt as well. Pit bulls are not rare, and don't need to be saved. Hopefully, this one will be dispatched instead of sent to another new owner.

Sweetie Pie said...

This idiot is going to reclaim the ugly shit bull. Yet again a demonstration that police should not 'use force to get a pit bull off' but should shoot it dead on the spot.