Saturday, January 27, 2018

CALGARY, ALBERTA CANADA - A FAMILY PIT BULL MAULED THEIR 3-YEAR-OLD GIRL CAUSING SERIOUS INJURIES TO HER HEAD AND FACE

Emergency crews were called to a home on Tararidge Close Friday night after a three-year-old suffered a dog bite. The child was rushed to hospital in serious but stable condition.

Bylaw officers in Calgary seized a  PIT BULL  in the northeast community of Taradale on Friday after a three-year-old girl was bitten, suffering serious injuries to her head and face.


Emergency crews were called to a home in the 100 block of Tararidge Close N.E. about 9:30 p.m., and the child was rushed to hospital in serious but stable condition.
Insp. Kevin Leitch with Calgary's community standards department says a seven-year-old pit bull — which was a family pet — was seized from the home and the investigation is continuing.
The dog will be held in quarantine while the investigation unfolds and the animal will undergo an assessment, said Leitch.
Serious dog bites can result in a mandatory court appearance for the owner. The maximum fine for allowing a dog to bite or injure someone is $10,000 under the city's Municipal Governance Act.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is an area that loves their pit bulls and hate breed specific legislation. That's okay, the pit bulls will keep educating the believers of nanny dogs.

Anonymous said...

Sounds normal to me. So sad for the child. However, until people accept the danger of pit bulls, we can expect more of this.

Anonymous said...

We see the horrific attacks everywhere pit bulls are kept as pets. The cost of breed neutral laws is dead and disfigured kids,people and pets.

How many pit bull attacks before Calgary stops experimenting with peoples lives?

Will it take a fatality? Why do politicians listen to a pit lobby that lies more than the tobacco lobby did?