Tuesday, September 27, 2016

ST. CLOUD, OSCEOLA COUNTY FL - VERY BRAVE ALEXANDRA MURESAN WAS TAKING HER YORKIES FOR AN EARLY MORNING WALK WHEN A PIT BULL MIX CAME OUT OF NOWHERE AND ATTACKED THEM - SHE FOUGHT AND SAVED HER DOGS' LIVES AND THE PIT TURNED ON HER!!!

Alexandra Muresan said she tries to take her Yorkies for a walk at odd hours in an attempt to minimize the possibility of being attacked by other dogs.
At around 5:30 a.m. Monday, what she calls her "worst nightmare" came true. A dog bigger than her dogs came at her before she could figure out what to do.
“Right around the corner from out of nowhere,” she said. “I didn’t even have time to realize what was happening.”
As she fought to get one of her pets out of the mouth of the PIT BULL MIX, it would go after the other, she said. Finally, she let her dogs off the leash so they could escape.
Then the dog went after her.
“When I finally managed to get them out of his mouth and tried to run, he grabbed me by my back,” Muresan said.
Muresan had a photo of the red bite marks in her flesh to prove her story. Her forearm, which was also gashed, is now bandaged. Her hands have red marks and scrapes. Despite that, after the attack was over, Muresan said her first concern was for her dogs, she found waiting back at her house bloodied and injured.
“I took my dogs for emergency surgery before I checked myself into the hospital,” she said.
During her struggle with the dog, she was able to pull off its harness with tags indicating its owners live just a few doors from her.
At Osceola County Animal Control, Director Kim Staton told WESH 2 News that the dog believed responsible is a female pit bull mix.
“The owner told us the dog has not returned since yesterday,” Staton said.

Muresan, a cosmetology student, said her medical bills could run into the thousands as a result of the incident.
When they find the dog believed responsible, Staton said they will quarantine it for ten days to ensure it’s not rabid. The dog owner is responsible for those fees and civil fines of up to $150, a county spokesman said, if the dog is deemed aggressive.

2 comments:

Tubby Bear said...

It will get to a point where dog owners of small breeds will be armed while walking. The pro pit bull lobby is out in full force after the Montreal ban.

Anonymous said...

Montreal banned pit bulls? AWESOME!!!!!!!