Monday, August 13, 2018

NEW YORK CITY NY - A PIT BULL "SOMEHOW UNLEASHED" WENT STRAIGHT FOR THE THROAT OF A CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL ON A WALK TO THE PARK WITH ITS OWNER... THE NUTTER FINALLY LEASHED HIS MEAT GRINDER AND WALKED AWAY WITHOUT A WORD!



 A  PIT BULL  viciously attacked a Cavalier King Charles spaniel in Washington Heights in New York City -- and it was all caught on camera.

The pit bull, not on a leash, unleashed a life-threatening assault against the little dog. Now police are searching for the pit bull's owner.

On Thursday morning, the 5-year-old spaniel named Buckles was on his way to the park for his walk when the dog crossed paths with the pit bull on the corner of 180th Street and Pinehurst Avenue in Washington Heights. Poor Buckles didn't stand a chance.

"The other dog came directly toward us and latched onto my dog," said Buckles' co-owner, Abby.

Abby also has scratches. She said the pit bull went straight to Buckles' throat and would not let go.

Others passing by tried to help. Another woman was able to separate the dogs, but the pit bull kept circling back, also clamping down on Buckles' legs.

One man eventually leashed the pit bull and took it away without a word, while Buckles' owners rushed him to the vet.

Eyewitness News was told Buckles' jaw was completely destroyed and disfigured in the attack. He has had reconstructive surgery. There are now wires and tubes in his jaw. He is expected to recover, but his owners are concerned he will be scarred with fear.

Buckles is a rescue dog. His owners say he was abused by a previous owner and just when they got him to trust again, this attack happened.




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