Wednesday, January 4, 2017

HENDERSON NV - AN ELDERLY WOMAN SUFFERED SEVERE INJURIES WHEN 2 FAMILY DOGS, A ROTTWEILER AND A DOBERMAN, TURNED ON HER

Henderson police say the incident took place at 4:15 p.m on the 100 block of Joshua Street, near Lake Mead Parkway and Boulder Highway. The attack happened when two family dogs, a ROTTWEILER and DOBERMAN, got into a fight.
The woman tried to break up the fight and both dogs attacked her. She was rushed to Sunrise Hospital and taken into surgery.
Animal control officials took both dogs. It is unknown whether the dogs' owner would face any charges.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Rule # 1 Do not get dangerous dogs

Rule # 2 Do not break up a fight between them

You know how the nutters like to say, "In the 70's, it was Dobermans, in the 80's it was German Shepherds, in the 90's it was Rottweilers? Or something along those lines? It's funny how those breeds are still at the top of the list for dangerous dog breeds. I don't feel that we need to ban dangerous breeds, but I do think we should have BREED SPECIFIC LEGISLATION!

If you have a dangerous breed, you are held to a higher standard of ownership. It's not that hard to comprehend how it protects the general public. Instead, we let any thug own any dangerous breed they want, and who cares about the general public.