Tuesday, May 31, 2016
CLEARWATER FL - A GRIEVING WIDOW IS HEARTBROKEN AFTER HER NEIGHBOR'S FRANKENMAULER MUTANT PIT PUSHED THROUGH THEIR FENCE AND ATTACKED HER BELOVED YORKIE/BICHON MIX "JAKE"...THEN 6 DAYS LATER THE MONSTER PUSHED INTO HER YARD AGAIN AND SEVERELY MAULED HER SHIH TZU "SHEBA"
CHATSWORTH GA - A NEIGHBOR'S PIT BULL ATTACKED A 77-YEAR-OLD MAN, REX RAY PEEK, WHILE HE WAS STANDING ON A DECK - RIPPING OFF PARTS OF HIS FACE AND NOSE AND BREAKING HIS BACK AS HE FELL OFF THE DECK!!!
PANAMA CITY BEACH FL - LYING NUTTER! ANYBODY FOLLOWING THESE ATTACKS FOR VERY LONG SAW THROUGH THIS ONE!!! THE 4-YEAR-OLD BOY WAS NOT MAULED BY A STRAY DOG BUT TAKEN TO PLAY WITH PUPPIES AT A BACKYARD BREEDERS AND THE "MOMMA MAULER" ATTACKED HIM!!!
PANAMA CITY BEACH — The man with a 4-year-old who was attacked by a dog last week allegedly didn’t tell law enforcement the whole story and has been arrested, police reported.
Benjamin “Max” Brown has been charged with perjury and child neglect, according to the Bay County Sheriff’s Office. Police say he lied, withheld information that would have helped them find the dog and failed to call 911 and bring the child, Avery Farmer, directly to a hospital.
When Avery was bitten on Thursday, Brown told police a “stray black pit bull” had randomly attacked the child from behind on Allison Avenue in Panama City Beach. Avery spent the weekend in the hospital to treat cuts on his face and arms. Based on Brown’s information officials looked around Allison Avenue for the dog.
However, on Monday, Avery was released from the hospital and he reportedly told his father, Cody Farmer, it wasn't a stray dog that bit him. Avery told his dad he had been "playing with puppies" when attacked, according to a BCSO press release.
That led police to question Brown a second time.
“After speaking again with Brown, investigators now believe he picked the child up from his father on May 26 as Brown originally stated,” A BCSO press release said. “However, instead of going to a garage sale, they believe Brown went to visit a friend on Allison Avenue. The friend owns several large dogs and one had a litter of puppies. The child was playing with the puppies when the mother dog attacked the child."
In addition, police learned that after Avery was bit, Brown allegedly drove to Southport, passing a hospital along the way, to bring the child to his mother first.
Animal control has now been notified of the location of the dog, according to the release. Avery’s father said the dog should be put down.
“I’m an animal lover, but it’s a 4-year-old kid,” Farmer said. “There’s no doubt in my mind that when they find it I will demand it be put down.”
Because it took days to locate the dog, Avery has started a series of rabies shots. He will need to get three more shots over the next few weeks, according to Farmer.
For the most part, Avery seems back to his old self, Farmer said.
“He’s okay. He’s been playing,” Farmer said. “I’m watching him carefully.”
Monday, May 30, 2016
CROYDON, VICTORIA AU - A DOG DESCRIBED AS A "TERRIER" OR POSSIBLY A "BULL TERRIER" RAN ONTO THE RACETRACK AND ATTACKED A HORSE BEING TRAINED
A TRAINER whose horse was mauled by a dog at a Croydon racetrack says dreams of a professional racing career have been put on hold indefinitely. Janet Dunn said her horse Tina, 3, was training at Croydon Light Harness Club at Eastfield Park on Friday morning when the dog ran onto the track and attacked it.The dog bit Tina on the chest and pulled off a large chunk of skin, which will take weeks to heal.
“The dog was running along the fence line on Eastfield Rd and all of a sudden entered the track via the gate,” Ms Dunn said. “It all happened pretty quickly and we think it was a terrier but don't know if it was a BULL TERRIER or not."
The dog was wearing a half muzzle and was picked up by a man on a bike, who claimed not to be its owner. Ms Dunn said she was training Tina to run professionally but it was unclear if she would race at all.
“We had another incident 18 months ago where she ripped her knee open and this has added to that,” Ms Dunn said. “Horses can be spooked easily and we will have to wait and see how she reacts to things when she’s fully recovered.”
Ms Dunn said she had contacted police, who had referred her to Maroondah Council.
“The biggest worry is if a dog can do this to a horse, what would it do to a child or even an adult?” she said. “I would like to see patrols increased in the area and I’d also like the dog owner to take some responsibility for having their dog off the lead — they need to accept they have a dangerous dog and do something before something happens to someone else.”
Maroondah Council Mayor Natalie Thomas said council officers were investigating the complaint and would determine what action would be taken. Cr Thomas said 15 non serious dog attack infringements were issued last year, and three this year. The council also successfully prosecuted two people for serious dog attacks last year.
"Please pray for my Sister Dosky Allard. Just one picture of her wounds from pitbull attack. Her whole body has bites. She just came out of 3 hour surgery. They cleaned wounds put pins in arm from where dog broke bones."
Sunday, May 29, 2016
NIAGARA FALLS – A city man was charged after his 2-year-old PIT BULL escaped from his yard and attacked a woman and her dog about 9 a.m. Saturday in the 2200 block of Linwood Avenue, police reported.
The victim, a 53-year-old Albany resident, told police the dog charged out of the yard and attacked her dog, biting it on an ear, and when she attempted to grab the pit bull’s collar, she was bitten on the left hand. Police said the woman was not seriously injured.
A bystander managed to get the dog under control, police said.
Michael P. Warwick, 45, was charged with violating city ordinances on dog licensing and dogs at large. The city’s dog warden also is investigating, police said.
Friday, May 27, 2016
PANAMA CITY BEACH FL - A FAMILY IS ASKING FOR HELP IN FINDING A VERY LARGE BLACK PIT BULL MIX THAT ATTACKED THEIR 4-YEAR-OLD BOY AT A YARD SALE