Monday, August 14, 2017



BROCKTON (CBS) – Stefani Perri is terribly shaken up after she said she was attacked by her neighbor’s PIT BULLS. She said she was working in her backyard when she heard her neighbor scream.
“Out of nowhere they came flying through the backyard. I didn’t even get a chance to turn around they got me on both legs and took turns biting me,” she said.
Stefani was taken to the hospital with serious injuries to her hand, arm and legs. Some of the wounds are too gruesome to show.
"I have a fractured wrist, 11 stitches.  It went completely through my arm and hand.  They tore my ligaments and I will need plastic surgery," 
No one was home at the house where the dogs live, but you could hear them barking inside. Stefani says these dogs have been violent in the past but not like this.
“We just feel these dogs should be euthanized because they are not pets. They left their property and came over here and attacked,” her husband Glen Angelo said.
Police are investigating, meanwhile Brockton Animal Control remained on scene for most of the day waiting for the dog’s owner to come home. The attack has shaken up Stefani’s neighbors.
Hector Morales has four children. “We have kids and we don’t want anything to happen to our kids,” Morales said.
Stefani says she wants to see these dogs removed for good.
“I love animals but something ain’t right with them that’s not normal behavior for a dog,” Stefani said.
Animal control says they cannot comment on this incident right now as it is under investigation but plan to release a full statement soon.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I can't wait for the full statement from Animal Control. I wonder if it's going to be...

Since it's the first attack, the pit bulls are going back to the owners. The owners will not be charged with anything. The pit bulls will be "quarantined" on the owner's property. One of the pit bulls is pregnant and we will be looking for new forever homes for the precious pit bull puppies. Any dog can bite. It's important to educate yourself on proper dog interactions so as not to incite a pit bull attack. The first thing to keep in mind is never look a pit bull in the eye, as they don't like that. The second thing is don't scream. Just be quiet and take the attack like a grownup. Screaming only scares the poor pit bull into doing something it does not want to do, and that is to kill you.

That's what nutters in Animal Control sound like. I hope this Animal Control is different.