Friday, September 22, 2017

MANCHESTER CT - A FAMILY PIT BULL CHOMPED DOWN ON THEIR 5-YEAR-OLD BOY'S HEAD AND DRAGGED HIM ACROSS THE YARD - A BRAVE WOMAN ACROSS THE STREET WHACKED THE LAND SHARK WITH A 2X4 TO HELP PRY IT OFF!

WFSB 3 Connecticut
A dog mauled a young boy Thursday evening, dragging the child across the lawn of his home until a neighbor smacked the animal with a board, police said.
The five-year-old boy was rushed to Hartford Hospital with serious injuries, police spokesman Capt. Christopher Davis said.
Police said the dog belonged to the boy’s family at 27 Patriot Lane.
A neighbor said she had just pulled into her driveway and got out of her car when a woman at 27 Patriot Lane, which is directly across the street, came to the front door screaming frantically for the neighbor to call 911. The PIT BULL had the child in its jaws and was dragging it across the front stoop and over the front lawn, said the neighbor, who would not give her name.
The dog had blood all over its face and paws and the child’s head was a bloody mess, the woman said.
The neighbor said she called 911 and ran over, first with a broomstick, but she realized that would not be heavy enough to stop the dog. So she grabbed a two-by-four, about four or five feet long, from her garage and whacked the dog on the head, she said.
The dog stopped attacking the boy after she hit it, but continued snarling and circling the child, she said. The neighbor said she was terrified that the dog would attack her. Police pulled up at about that time and someone in the house managed to collar the dog and bring it inside, the neighbor said.
The woman said she just happened to be arriving home when the attack started.
“I’m glad that God had me home,” she said.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Are you telling me that the nanny dog harmed this child? I find that hard to believe! We all know that pit bulls, if raised right, will gladly watch children of all ages, keep them from harm, protect them from danger, and never, EVER, bite their human siblings!

Research has shown that America was built on the loving care pit bulls provided to families across generations, allowing this great country to flourish under the watchful beady eye of every beloved nanny dog that has ever been entrusted to raise our dear children.

Whenever I try to emulate nutters, I feel a little crazy in the head. How anyone can think a dog breed used for dog fighting would ever make a good nanny is BEYOND ME! Unless of course we are talking about murderous nannies, then it makes sense.