Wednesday, June 7, 2017

ROCKLAND COUNTY NY - A NEIGHBOR'S PIT BULL CAME INTO CAROLYN CARAMANICA'S YARD AND CHOMPED DOWN ON "JOE-JOE'S" NECK AS HE WAS ASLEEP BY HER SIDE...HOLDING HIM DOWN FOR 10 MINUTES UNTIL HE WAS DEAD!!!

A Garnerville Pomeranian was killed by a neighbor's pit bull.

The owner, Carolyn Caramanica, told reporters that her dog Joe-Joe was asleep by her side along with her other dog when her neighbor's  PIT BULL, Frankie, charged into her yard and grabbed Joe-Joe by the neck, killing him, said News12.
Caramanica said Frankie's owners were out and a caretaker was watching the dog at the time of the attack, according to a Haverstraw police report.
She said Frankie held onto the Pomeranian for 10 minutes, despite attempts from the caretaker and Caramanica's family to intervene, said News12.
Frankie is now in quarantine at Hi Tor Animal Shelter in Pomona for 10 days.
Caramanica said as much as she loves dogs, she would like for Frankie to be put down to make sure he does not attack other dogs or humans, according to News12.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why should Frankie get to live after killing Joe Joe?

There's no such thing as a locking jaw, is there?

Anonymous said...

Rhetorical question, but how can animal rescues and shelters defend their practice of adopting out aggressive dogs, thinking everything will be hunkey-dorey if the vicious dogs are just solo pets? They won't exist in a vacuum once they are in a neighborhood. They will have neighbors. They will get out by accident, or escape on purpose. They go for walks, to the park, to the vet. They will always be a menace to the majority of normal dogs. This is a travesty against animal welfare.