Tuesday, September 27, 2016

KLAMATH FALLS OR - A PIT BULL JUMPED A NEIGHBOR'S FENCE AND CHEWED ON THE FACES OF 2 GOATS - 1 GOAT'S FACE WAS SO MESSED UP IT HAD TO BE PUT DOWN - PITS DRUGS GUNS CRIME !!!

Klamath County Animal Control is investigating a dog attack in the Klamath Falls suburbs that led to the death of one goat and serious injuries to another on Saturday.
Chief Animal Control Officer Jim Nielsen said his department is following up on an incident on the 2800 block of Bisbee Street during which a  PIT BULL  jumped the fence of a neighbor's residence and attacked their livestock.
Two goats suffered injuries to their faces, with one animal losing so much tissue it was put down by the owner. No suspects have yet been arrested or cited in the matter and the animal in question has been impounded.
Nearby residents say this was not unexpected from the dog or its owner, Frank Dodd, whom they described as a concern for the entire area. Dodd was incarcerated on a probation violation during the time of the attack and was not released until Monday.
Patricia Gomez, who's mother lives in the neighborhood, said this is not the first incident involving an aggressive dog at Dodd's property.
She said she knows of one time two pitbulls advanced on law enforcement, after which both animals were seized and put down. She said another man had to defend himself with a machete from one of Dodd's dogs when it threatened the man.
“This neighborhood is sick and tired of Frank Dodd and what goes on at Frank Dodd's house,” she said.
Despite an extensive criminal history, Dodd has yet to be charged in Klamath County with an animal-related offense.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have a machete at the ready for the pit bull across the street.

Farmer Jane said...

Get a diver's safety knife. The kind you can open with one hand. Learn where the jugular is, as well as other major arteries in case you are on the ground and can't reach its neck. A machete takes too long to swing and leaves you open to be attacked. Be ready for it to be up close and personal. These are the kind of things I have to think about every time I leave my house.