Tuesday, September 6, 2016

FORT WORTH TX - 2 PIT BULLS "CAME OUT OF NOWHERE" AND FATALLY MAULED "WINSTON" A POODLE BEING WALKED BY ITS OWNER ON A LEASH -

TWO PIT BULLS  described as “very aggressive” attacked and killed a poodle as their owner was walking his dogs Tuesday morning in the 500 block of Stone Crossing Lane, according to a police report.
Police were dispatched at about 5:30 a.m. after receiving a call from neighbor Dementria Goode, who said she heard screams outside her bedroom window.
Goode said a man who lives around the corner was screaming for the dogs to get away. She said he was walking his two leashed dogs when the two pit bulls “came out of nowhere” and attacked and killed one of his dogs, a poodle named Winston.
Goode and her husband went outside to help.

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“Let go of the leash, let him go,” they shouted, because the dog was already dead and they feared that the attacking dogs would go after his other dog, or them.
After Goode’s neighbor let go, they all went inside and waited for police as the pit bulls stayed in the front yard. The man’s other dog, a schnauzer, was unharmed.
“We don’t know who the dogs belong to,” Goode said. “They didn’t appear to have collars on.”
Goode said animal control captured one of the dogs. Her husband and son helped authorities search for the other but it could not be located, she said.
Children at a nearby bus stop were warned by Goode’s son to be vigilant.


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Shelters nationwide have gone "No Kill" because pit bulls are not dangerous, and have the right to kill other dogs. In essence, "No Kill" shelters are supporters of "Random Killings" of dogs, pets, and humans in natural settings.

There are some people out there, myself included, that do not believe pit bulls are worth saving, nor should they be pets, nor considered domesticated dogs. But what do I know? I'm just an uneducated dog racist.