Wednesday, January 24, 2018

CULLMAN AL - A FAMILY DOG SAID TO BE A "BULLDOG MIX" ATTACKED A 2-YEAR-OLD CHILD AND THEN CHOMPED DOWN ON THE GRANDFATHER'S ARM DAMAGING AN ARTERY - LIFE FLIGHT TO HUNTSVILLE

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Mikayla Delaine Burleson 
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT AT THE END OF THESE PHOTOS OF THE DAMAGE OF HIS ARM...... I can't express how much of a MAN my dad was today our family dog turned on my niece and my dad saved her and got his own arm ripped artery ripped open almost bled out and risked his own life for our baby girl to be safe and alive I love my dad with all my heart and this was one of the scariest days of my entire life I thank God you both are okay because y'all are my world along with Talon and the rest of the family, I think your a real definition of a hero dad......... 

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A 2-year-old child and an adult were injured today when a family pet reportedly attacked the child at a residence on 7th Street Southwest in Cullman.
The child is en route to Cullman Regional for treatment, while the adult is being flown to a separate hospital after one of his arteries was damaged in the attack, Cullman Police Chief Kenny Culpepper said.
"The dog was a BULLDOG MIX, but a family member shot and killed it after it attacked. The child was attacked first and apparently the child's grandfather intervened and had an artery in his arm damaged," Culpepper said. "We know that someone in the family shot and killed the dog."
A medical helicopter landed at Heritage Park to transport the grandfather. Culpepper said the child's injuries did not appear to be as serious and was transported by ambulance to Cullman Regional.
The incident occurred just after 4 p.m. No other details are available.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

A bulldog mix. The only bulldog mix that attacks, redirects, and needs to be shot to death, is a pit bull "mix." Actually, it's probably not even a mix, but a straight up red, or blue nose, pure bred pit bull, with a long line of fighting ancestors in the bloodline.

But hey! What do I know? The nutters insist that pit bulls are nanny dogs, and this nanny dog was just disciplining the 2-year-old, as only nanny dogs can! It's really too bad that this nanny dog, that was probably unaltered, unregistered, and unvaccinated, will not live to nanny another 2-year-old. You see, nanny dogs are rare, and must be protected, rehabilitated, given second, third, and even fourth chances, must not be humanely euthanized (it's much better to get a bullet to the head), and must be kept alive at all costs. When pit bulls are raised right, to be nanny dogs of course, they make the best pets in the universe, and terrible things will happen if we lose too many nanny dogs.

What those terrible things are, one can only imagine. Perhaps, breed specific legislation is that terrible thing? That is the thing all nutters are afraid of. They tremble at the thought of losing their precious steel trap jaws of death, but think nothing of everyone else losing their limbs, loved ones, pets, livestock, freedom, you name it. Pit bull rights and nutter rights above all! No one else matters, and the pit bull lobby intends to keep it that way!

Thanks nutters!

Dayna Hamilton said...

Anon, I love your comment!