Monday, November 26, 2018

TALBOT COUNTY GA - A NEIGHBOR'S "MULTIPLE PIT BULLS" MAULED A WOMAN LEAVING HER HOSPITALIZED IN UNSATISFACTORY CONDITION AND KILLED HER HUSKY

Talbot County woman mauled in dog attack

UPDATE!!!

A brutal  PIT BULL  attack that left a Waverly Hall woman disfigured and her Siberian Husky dead has drawn a rising tide of outrage.
Residents say they long have complained about the loose pit bulls, but Talbot County authorities failed to act.
The victim is 70-year-old Nellie Ralat, an artist whose works include pottery she fashions at Columbus’ Britt David Cultural Arts Studio. She’s now at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta undergoing reconstructive surgery. Her recovery will take months.
Her dog, Maggie, got emergency surgery neighbors paid for, and lingered two days before dying in vet care.

Around 1 p.m. Nov. 23, Ralat was walking Maggie past a neighbor’s home when the pit bulls attacked Maggie, and when Ralat tried to stop them, one turned on her. She was down on the ground when a passing hunter ran the pit bulls off.
He put Maggie in his truck, and called 911. Neighbors say an ambulance came for Ralat, and was gone to Piedmont Columbus Regional before a sheriff’s deputy arrived.
RALAT'S INJURIES WERE SHOCKING:  "HER FACE BASICALLY LOOKS LIKE A JIGSAW PUZZLE WHERE THEY SEWED HER UP," SAID JIMMY DYKES.  ABOUT HALF HER SCALP WAS TORN LOOSE, HER LEFT EAR WAS GONE AND SO WAS MOST OF HER RIGHT. 
“She’s never going to be able to wear earrings again,” said Lindsey Jones, whose mother, Lisa Jones, is among Ralat’s closest friends. Ralat loved wearing earrings, Jones said.
RALAT ALSO HAS A BROKEN WRIST, but knows she’s lucky to be alive.
“She feels like the only reason she’s alive right now is she had on a thick coat with a hood tied tightly around her neck,” Jones said. Had dogs got to her neck, she could have bled to death.
Ralat was in intensive care at Piedmont Columbus Regional until Monday night. She was transferred to Grady the next day, Jones said. Besides emergency surgery, she also had to have rabies treatment.
Ralat told Jones TWO ADULT PIT BULLS ATTACKED HER AND MAGGIE, BUT SMALLER DOGS WERE WITH THE PIT BULLS. 
Her passing through the neighborhood was not unusual. “She religiously walks her dog every day,” Jones said.
The neighbor alleged to own the attacking dogs twice this year has been cited for their running loose, neighbors and authorities said.
Neighbor Derek Best said he and wife, Lillie, kept records of their complaints about the animals. Lillie Best has a phobia about dogs, the husband said Thursday.
“She even hates to come outside,” he said, of the attack on Ralat adding, “She thought that was going to happen to her…. It’s affecting her real bad.”
He said the neighbor was cited three months ago when one of the dogs came to his home, and would not leave.
He was outside helping his wife unload groceries, looked down and saw a waist-tall pit bull coming. His wife went inside, and he tried to run the dog off by firing a shotgun into the air. The dog looked at him, growled and lay down, he said.
The Talbot sheriff’s son, Chief Deputy Bobby Gates Jr., came by and tried to run the dog off with a leaf blower, Best said. Gates recognized the animal as one of the neighbor’s dogs, Best said.
The owner’s son came to collect the dog about the same time the animal control officer got there. Gates ordered the dog impounded, and the owner paid a fine and got it back, Best said.
Best has lived in the neighborhood since 2004. Jeff Colbert, Ralat’s next-door neighbor, said he moved there in 2013. He has raised big dogs and loves them, and usually they love him, too, he said. But not these: “They are very threatening to anyone, even when they’re not on their own property.” They always give him the sense “something’s not right” about them, he said.
Best said neighbors have been complaining about the dogs for a year, and Colbert agreed: “It’s been an issue for at least that long.”

Neighbors rally

Neighbors Jimmy Sykes and Jeff King took care of Ralat’s dog Maggie.
Sykes said a vet told him the Husky had 50 to 100 bite wounds, and its trachea was torn.
He and King paid the vet bills: $150 down, then $543, then $600, then $722. They took care of the burial, too. Maggie wasn’t cremated.
Ralat’s friends at the Britt David studio in Columbus want to reimburse them, but they have not asked for that.
They are among many friends Ralat has made over the years., particularly in the Waverly Hall neighborhood Best said she moved to in 2004, when folks started building there.
Said Sykes: “We call her like ‘the Social Director.’” Ralat hosted Halloween parties, a Christmas brunch and other get-togethers. Jones said the neighbors bought her a folding chair like movie directors have, with “Social Director” on it.
“She’s just welcomed everybody into her house,” Jones said. “They got together for every occasion.”
Ralat is from New York, and lived several years in Florida before moving to Georgia, Jones said. She works as a cardiac and vascular ultrasound sonographer, though she will not return to her profession anytime soon.
Art is her avocation.
Irene Pate is among the Britt David studio artists in Columbus who would like to collect donations to reimburse Sykes and King for Maggie’s vet bills. Some also are making pieces for Ralat.
Ralat starts to cry when she thinks of how friends here and far away have offered to help, Jones said. As a native New Yorker, Ralat’s usually not so emotional: “She tears up and can’t help it.”
Ralat had surgery on her scalp Thursday, and will be hospitalized at least another week, Jones said. She will have to return later for more surgery.

Outrage

The attack happened in the Baker Road area of Waverly Hall, south of Ga. Highway 208.
Waverly Hall is in Harris County, but the Baker Road neighborhood is not. The residents count on Talbot County for animal control and law enforcement.
“’We don’t have anybody to send out there.’ That’s the response we get from the Talbot County Sheriff’s Office,” Sykes said. Best said the same in a separate interview.
Residents are gathering more evidence to back their claims the dogs that attacked Ralat long have been an issue.
Jones has created a “Project Nellie” Facebook page, not only to give friends a place to show their support for Ralat, but post reports on the dogs, if they’ve encountered them.
“We definitely encourage anyone who has had dealings with these dogs to come forward,” Jones said.
Because dogs can be misidentified after such attacks, the Ledger-Enquirer is not naming the family the neighbors say owns the dogs. Calls to the alleged owner’s phone went to a voice mail that was full.
Responding to neighbors’ complaints about the sheriff’s office, Capt. Curt Ousley said the sheriff is not responsible for animal control, in which deputies are not trained: They aren’t dog catchers.
That duty falls to Howard Marshall, the county’s animal control officer. “I have no comment,” Marshall said Friday.
Ousley said he’s investigating the attack, but so far does not have the evidence to pursue any charges, which at least would require proving the two pit bulls the county impounded were the ones in the attack, proving who owns them, and proving the owner knew they were dangerous.
The alleged owner was cited for letting dogs run loose in June and again in August, but no previous reports of dogs attacking people in the neighborhood have surfaced, Ousley said.
The hunter who got the dogs off Ralat gave a detailed statement, but asked that his name not be publicized, the investigator said.
Ousley has been in contact with prosecutors for the six-county Chattahoochee Judicial Circuit that includes Talbot and Muscogee, and they are advising him on the law.
He understands why residents are angry, he said: “My heart goes out to the neighbors,” and to Ralat, but authorities can’t act without evidence.
Ralat’s attack may bring into play Georgia’s “Responsible Dog Ownership Law,” sometimes called the “Dangerous Dog Act.” The General Assembly strengthened the law in 2012 in response to an increase in dog attacks.
The law lets local governments classify dogs as “dangerous” or “vicious” if they cause serious injury to humans or if they kill pets while off the owner’s property.
Based on an attack, a dog control officer can classify a dog dangerous or vicious and notify the owner by mail within 72 hours. The owner may request a hearing within 15 days, and the hearing must be held within 30 days of the request. Within 10 days of the hearing, the owner’s to be notified if the classification stands.
If it stands, then the dog can be put down, if it can’t be controlled. Otherwise the owner by law has to register the animal and comply with these regulations:
▪ Maintain an enclosure that confines the dog to the owner’s property.
▪ Post warning signs on all entrances.
▪ Have the dog microchipped at the shoulder blades where a scanner can detect the chip and identify the dog and owner.
▪ Get at least $50,000 in liability insurance to compensate for any injury or damage the dog causes.
▪ Leash, muzzle or cage the dog before taking it off the owner’s property.
▪ Own no other dog deemed dangerous or vicious, nor sell or give away any dog so designated.
If the dog is caught running loose, the owner can be charged with a misdemeanor. If the dog seriously injures someone after the owner previously violated the dangerous dog law, the owner can be convicted of a felony with penalties ranging one to 10 years in prison, a fine of $5,000 to $10,000, or both, the statute says.
On Friday, Ousley said the sheriff’s office will not decide whether the two pit bulls remain impounded or are returned to the owner.

That’s up to animal control, he said.
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(WRBL NEWS 3) - A Talbot County woman is hospitalized in unsatisfactory condition and her dog was killed after being mauled by MULTIPLE PIT BULLS  over the Thanksgiving weekend.

The attack occurred early Friday afternoon along Baker Road off Georgia 208, said neighbor Lillie Best, who lives in that area of Talbot County not far from Waverly Hall.

Best asked that the victim's name be withheld at this time. A Talbot County Sheriff's Office employee told News 3 that the attack was under investigation. The county's Animal Control office is also investigating. No reports were available on Monday. Talbot County Sheriff Bobby Gates did not immediately return a phone call.

Multiple pit bulls owned by a resident on Baker Road attacked the woman and her dog, Best said. The injured woman was found by deer hunters and the dogs had to be pulled off of her, Best said. The owner of the dogs could not be reached for comment.

The victim's Husky died  over the weekend from injuries suffered in the attack. The victim has been in a Columbus hospital since the attack.

Best filed a report with the Talbot County Sheriff's Office in May complaining about the dogs being on her property, she said.

This is a developing story. Stay with News 3 for updates.




Sunday, November 25, 2018

MADRID SPAIN - A MOTHER AND HER GROWN DAUGHTER WERE FATALLY MAULED BY 2 LARGE FRENCH MASTIFFS THAT THEY HAD RAISED FROM PUPS



A MUM and her grown up daughter have been mauled to death by their own pet dogs in Spain in an attack that has rocked the local  community.
The bodies of the two women were found by their husbands after the gruesome attack by  TWO FRENCH (BORDEAUX) MASTIFFS  left them with multiple bite wounds that proved fatal.
The  mother, aged 57, was covered in multiple bites that shocked paramedics attending, while the daughter,  aged 41, is said to have suffered a severe neck injury.
Neighbours in the residential area of Balcon del Tajo in Colmenar de Oreja near Madrid said they could not understand why the animals – a breed not known as being particularly dangerous – should turn on the two women, who had brought them up from pups.
Four other dogs on the premises at the time are not thought to have joined in the attack. On discovering the bodies the women’s husbands locked the dogs away before calling emergency services, who could only confirm the death of the victims on Wednesday afternoon.  
The dogs have been taken to  a Madrid animal shelter while investigations continue. These were the fourth and fifth deaths due to dog attack in Spain this year.

Saturday, November 24, 2018

YAXLEY, CAMBRIDGESHIRE ENGLAND - NEWBORN BABY FIGHTING FOR LIFE AFTER BEING ATTACKED BY ONE OF HIS OWN PARENTS' STAFFORDSHIRE BULL TERRIERS FIZZY AND DOTTY

A newborn baby boy left fighting for life after being attacked by his parents' STAFFORDSHIRE BULL TERRIER dog was said to be 'in a bad way' today.
Little Reuben McNulty, aged less than a month old, is believed to be in a critical condition in hospital after being attacked in the early hours of Sunday morning.
He is believed to have been set upon by one of two dogs owned by his parents, who have been named locally as Dan McNulty and Amy Litchfield.
Two people, aged 28 and 31, have been arrested on suspicion of child neglect and released on bail, according to police. The baby is currently in Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge with life-threatening injuries.
A 28-year-old woman and a 31-year-old man have been arrested on suspicion of child neglect and two Staffordshire Bull Terriers seized.
The two people have been released on bail until December 15.
A police spokesman said: "We were called by the ambulance service at 1.47am yesterday (Sunday, November 18) to an address in Wykes Road, Yaxley, with reports of concern for baby boy who had been attacked by a dog.
"Officers and paramedics attended the scene and the baby was taken to Peterborough City Hospital before being transferred to Addenbrooke's Hospital, in Cambridge, with life-threatening injuries.
"He remains in a critical condition.
"A 28-year-old woman and a 31-year-old man, both from Yaxley, were arrested on suspicion of child neglect and have been bailed until 15 December.
"Two dogs, Staffordshire Bull Terriers, were taken from the property and are in police kennels.
"Police remain at the scene and an investigation has been launched."

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

GAINESVILLE, COOKE COUNTY TX - A PIT BULL "SOMEHOW" ESCAPED ITS YARD AND MAULED AN 8-YEAR-OLD GIRL PLAYING WITH OTHER CHILDREN ...TAKING HER DOWN TO THE CONCRETE AND "RAG DOLLING" HER



(KXII) - On Saturday, 8-year-old Lyndon Bartlett was just a few feet away from her house on Walter Road when out of nowhere a  PIT BULL MIX  came from behind and attacked her.


"I heard the scream and at first it didn't click that it was my daughter, like everyone else you never think its your kid", said Kelly Bartlett, Lyndon's father.
She was just a few feet away from her house on Walter Road, playing with several friends.
Suddenly out of nowhere the dog came from behind and attacked her, taking her down to the concrete.
"All of the sudden it just jumped up on her and started to just ripping her, I just started backing away slowly and I didn't know what to do", this according to a friend of Lyndon who was playing with her.
Another neighbor who witnessed the attack said, "Literally just started rag dolling her".
The dog bit Lyndon on her behind and back.
Neighbors who saw it happen say her screams sounded like something out of a horror movie.
Jason Bonn, a neighbor who ran to the girl as soon as it happened said, "I grabbed her up and was trying to figure out where her mom and dad was and ran her to her house and beat her door open and told them that she had just been attacked by a pit bull".
She was taken to Denton Regional Hospital, and is recovering. She is expected to survive.
Neighbors tell us the dog had somehow escaped the owner's property.
No arrests have been made but the father says he plans to file charges on the dog owner.
The animal is being quarantined at the Refinery Road Vet Clinic and will most likely will be put down.
Police say they are continuing to investigate.
Lyndon's father said, "Its the mental trauma that I'm afraid is going to take the longest for her to get over".


Monday, November 19, 2018

OKLAHOMA CITY OK - A PIT BULL "SOMEHOW" GOT OUT AND ENTERED THE PLAYGROUND AT FILLMORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL INJURING 12 STUDENTS ...IT WAS STOPPED BY SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER LEE HUGHES AS IT ATTEMPTED TO ENTER THE SCHOOL

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Oklahoma City school officials are reviewing security protocols following a dog attack that left 12 children injured Monday afternoon.
About 12:40 p.m. Monday, a  PIT BULL TERRIER  ran into the Fillmore Elementary School's playground during third- and fourth-grade recess, school officials said. It attacked students on the playground, then tried to go into the school building, where a teacher tackled the dog.
Special education teacher Lee Hughes wrestled the dog to the floor and held it there until Oklahoma City police officers arrived and took it to a patrol car.
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Twelve children were taken to the hospital after a dog attack at an Oklahoma City elementary school's playground on Monday, KOCO reported.

The attack was reported at Fillmore Elementary School just before 1 p.m.
Officials said several children were bitten by a dog on the playground. Twenty-eight kids were on the playground at the time of the attack.
No critical injuries were reported, officials said.
A teacher tackled the dog in the hallway of the school.
The dog, described as a possible PIT BULL MIX, was taken in to Oklahoma City Animal Welfare.


Friday, November 16, 2018

AMHERST NS CANADA - 4 DOGS, INCLUDING A BULLMASTIFF AND A BULLMASTIFF/BOXER MIX "SOMEHOW" ESCAPED THEIR HOME AND KILLED A SMALLER DOG ...THEY HAD ESCAPED AND ATTACKED A PERSON A FEW DAYS EARLIER!

Amherst Police Department
AMHERST, N.S. – One dog is dead and four others have been seized by Amherst’s animal control officer following an incident on Monday afternoon.
Amherst Police issued a news release Tuesday saying they were called to the Park Street area where four dogs were attacking a smaller dog.
An officer was approached aggressively by four dogs. The officer deployed his OC pepper spray at a large  BULLMASTIFF  and a second  BULLMASTIFF-BOXER BREED.  The dogs turned away from the officer but continued to be aggressive as other officers arrived on scene.
Police eventually corralled the dogs into a make-shift fenced yard, but officers had to remain on scene for several hours to make sure the dogs didn’t escape as they remained “extremely aggressive.”
A small dog was found by officers with severe wounds and died at the scene.
A decision will be made on the fate of the four dogs as the investigation unfolds. The owner of the dogs was contacted and it was discovered the dogs had escaped from the home.
Witnesses reported that the same dogs were also responsible for an attack on a person on Park Street on Nov. 11.
Police are following up on this information.
If anyone has any information on this incident, they are asked to contact the Amherst Police Department at 902-667-7227.



SOUTH BEND IN - A PIT BULL BROUGHT INTO A HOME TO LIVE WHERE THERE WAS A YOUNG BOY ATTACKED THE CHILD AND HAD TO BE STABBED TO PRY IT OFF!!!



A South Bend boy was attacked by a  PIT BULL  on Wednesday evening, according to a sergeant with the South Bend Police Department.

Police said they received two calls regarding the attack on Diamond Avenue and Vassar Avenue. The sergeant ABC 57 News spoke with said when officers arrived they found out the  pit bull had been stabbed in order to get it to stop attacking the child who's younger than 8-years-old. 

“No child should have to go through that,” said Becky Kaiser, who is on the South Bend Animal Control Commission. “Whether it’s your child or a neighbor child.”

Police said the owner of the pit bull lives with family members at the home on Diamond Ave. The mother of the child spoke to ABC 57 News and said her son is ‘doing good’ after the attack.  “He’s a little sore, but he’s moving around,” said the mother.

Her son had non-life threatening injuries, according to police. The department said he was taken to Memorial Hospital and had to have surgery, in order to sew up the bites the dog left.

“We push and push and push at South Bend Animal Care and Control about spay and neuter,” said Kaiser.

Kaiser said the commission hears cases like this all the time, and in general, some are always preventable.  “Most spayed and neutered dogs are less likely to be vicious,” she said.

The case is currently being investigated by St. Joseph County Animal Care and Control, according to SBPD. The dog was euthanized on Wednesday, but investigators found it was not up to date on its rabies shot.



Wednesday, November 14, 2018

BIG PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP, NEWAYGO COUNTY MI - SHARON LEE DANIELS, 77-YEARS-OLD AND CONFINED TO A WHEELCHAIR, WAS FATALLY MAULED BY AT LEAST 1 OF THE 3 FAMILY PIT BULLS


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(WPBN/WGTU) -- A woman was killed Tuesday evening after being bitten by her family PIT BULL.  Just after 7 p.m., Michigan State Police Troopers were sent to a home in Big Prairie Township and found a 77-year-old woman unresponsive. 
First responders attempted to save the woman but Sharon Daniels was pronounced dead at the scene, according to troopers.  Just after 7 p.m., Michigan State Police Troopers were sent to a home in Big Prairie Township and found a 77-year-old woman unresponsive.  
An investigation found Daniels, who was disabled and confined to a wheelchair, was home alone with the  three family pit bulls  and one of them bit her, troopers said.Troopers are still investigating the incident and an autopsy is being done. The three pit bulls were seized by the Newaygo County Animal Control and are being held at the animal shelter, according to troopers.


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(AP) (11/14/2018) - Authorities say a 77-year-old woman died after apparently being mauled by a family dog at a home in western Michigan.
State police say troopers went to the home Tuesday in Newaygo County's Big Prairie Township and found Sharon Lee Daniels unresponsive.
She was pronounced dead at the scene. Police say Daniels, who used a wheelchair, was home alone with three dogs when one of them bit her.
Police say the three dogs, which were described as pit bulls, were seized by county animal control officers and were being held at the county animal shelter.
Results of an autopsy to confirm Daniels' cause of death were pending. Police are investigating, but they say criminal activity isn't suspected.

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2018 DOG BITE RELATED FATALITIES -  32   (15 children + 17 adults)


PIT BULL - (CA 2, FL 4, IL, KY 2, LA, MD, MI, NC 3, OH, OK, OR, PA 2, TX, DC, WIS - 23
PIT BULL AND 6 OTHER DOGS (7 DOGS) (OK) - 1
PIT BULL/LAB/MALAMUTE MIX ?  "MALLY PIT" - (MO) - 1 
WOLF/MALAMUTE MIX - (VA)  - 1
ROTTWEILER/LAB/10 POUND TERRIER - (CA)  - 1
BULLMASTIFF - (PA) - 1
MASTIFF MIX - NV - 1
LEOPARD/CUR MIX - TX - 1
GERMAN SHEPHERD - GA - 1 

CA - 3
FL - 4
GA - 1
IL - 1
KY - 2
LA - 1
MD - 1
MI - 1  
MS - 1
MO - 1
NC - 3
NV - 1
OH - 1
OK  - 2
OR - 1
PA - 3
TX - 2
VA - 1 
WA DC - 1
WIS - 1



1)  1-9 - LAURA WILLIAMS RAY - 50's - BROWNSVILLE QUACHITA PARISH LA - She died from injuries after a pit bull mauled her at the Happy Hounds pet boarding facility where she worked - A FB friend said she was cleaning a kennel around 11pm when the 50 pound pit attacked her -  The owner had signed a form for the pit saying it was not aggressive and had never shown aggression - She was the mother of 4 children.

2) 1-15 - RYLEE MARIE DODGE - 3 - DUNCAN OK - Officers responded to a call of a child being attacked by a dog inside a home - The pit bull had been given to the child's father by a friend about 5 days previous and was being kept at his mother's house in a fence that went around the front yard - The young father said in a video that he had left the child with his mother to go visit his brother for about 20 minutes when he received a call about the attack - He rushed back home to find his mother laying on the pit bull to try and keep it from continuing to attack his daughter - He said that the child opened the door and the pit bull rushed in and began the attack and that there was blood all through the house - His mother was injured from trying to keep the dog off his daughter.  

3) 2-15 - DAVID G. BROWN - 46 - OWENSBORO KY - At least 3 dogs were living at the home - one of the dogs tried to attack responding officers and was shot and killed - Comments on Facebook from witnesses are calling the maulers  PIT BULLS - They are saying that 2 of the 3 meat grinders were involved in the attack - Apparently the victims Pits were fighting and they intervened to try and separate them - His wife Dana was injured and he died  "from a heart attack due to complications from the injuries of the dog attack".

4) 3-7 - UNIDENTIFIED 8-DAY-OLD INFANT GIRL -  LEE COUNTY VA - Sheriff Gary Parsons confirmed that about 11:46am Wednesday a large Shepherd type dog mauled an 8-day-old girl in her bassinet and she suffered extensive injuries to her upper body - A family member  first drove her to Lonesome Pine Hospital in Big Stone Gap - From there she was taken to Kingsport and then flown to UT Medical Center where she died about 4pm - Another news report said the dog was a "Mixed Breed - Then the final word came that the animal that killed the 8-day-old infant in her bassinet was a male 3/1/2 year old WOLF/MALAMUTE MIX. 

5) 3-9 - LOXLI WILLOW CHAVEZ - 13 MONTH OLD GIRL - CAPE GIRARDEAU MISSOURI - Babysitter's  male Pit Bull Mix said to be around 40 pounds mauled the toddler to death - Cape Girardeau Police Facebook comments are about the only information coming out - Even the gofundme site tells us nothing but the baby's name
Later articles said the dog was a Pit Bull/Lab/Malamute Mix or "Mally Pit".

6) 3-24 - HONG SAENGSAMLY - 49 -  MILWAUKEE WI -  She was last seen by her daughter on  23 Friday evening - Her son went to check on her Saturday and found her fatally mauled - He shot one of her 2 pit bulls - Her cause of death was listed as blunt force injuries and multiple punctures due to mauling by dogs.

7) 3-25 - NOAH TREVINO - 6 - CONVERSE BEXAR CO TX - The family's large black and white Pit Bull Mix was tied up in the back yard and  Noah was playing - A relative looked out and saw the dog had the child by the neck shaking him - The family started CPR to  resusitate him and he was air lifted to hospital but was pronounced dead.  

8) 5-5 - GAIA NOVA - 3 MONTHS OLD GIRL  - SHERMAN OAKS AREA OF LOS ANGELES CA - A grandmother was caring for the infant when she was mauled on her head - It was reported that she went to make a bottle for the baby and one of the 3 family dogs got to her - The dogs are said to be a ROTTWEILER,  a LABRADOR, and a 10 POUND TERRIER - No word yet on which dog attacked the baby.

9) 5 -10/11 - TRACY GARCIA - 52 - CARTER COUNTY OK - Neighbor's 7 dogs - A pit bull and 6 other smaller mixed dogs mauled the woman in her own yard .... 

10) 5-16 - GEORGIA RUTH MORGAN - 75 - GULFPORT MS - The elderly woman often walked and picked up cans for money to donate to her church - A neighbor's 2 pit bulls mauled her when she opened the dilapidated fence gate and she was dead before officers arrived. 

11)  5-25 - GUAGE ALLEN ECKENRODE - 6 -  LAKEMONT BLAIR COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA - Mauled to death by the family pit bull. 12) 5-30 - LIANA VALINO - 8 MONTHS - MIRAMAR FLORIDA - The family pit bull at Grandmother's house ....

12) 5-30 - LIANA VALINO - 8 MONTHS - MIRAMAR FLORIDA - The family pit bull at Grandmother's house...

13) 6-13 -  PAIGE BRADLEY - 5-MONTH-OLD GIRL - CLAYTON COUNTY GEORGIA - A friend/babysitter's German Shepherd mauled her to death while she was sleeping on a bed in a separate bedroom.

14) 6-25 - DONALD STEELE - 91 - ARCATA CA -The Humboldt County Coroner's Office has identified the victim of a fatal dog attack in Arcata as 91-year-old man and the cause of death was injuries consistent with a dog attack.  The dog is said to be a pit bull belonging to his son.  

15) 7-18 - JAELAH SMITH - 6 - JACKSONVILLE FL - KILLED BY A PIT BULL MIX HER FAMILY WAS DOG SITTING WHILE THE OWNER WAS AWAY

16) 8-1 - JAVON TORRES - 2 - PHILADELPHIA PA - PIT BULLS - 5 or 6 pits lived in house -  It is believed that 3 pits ravaged his body and officers shot 3 ....

17) 8-3 - KAREN BROWN, 57 - CHICAGO IL - She was walking in her neighborhood when a large pit bull that some say was a  "loose" or "stray" dog mauled her to death -

18) 8-9 - OLGA REKHSON - 64 - LAKE TILLERY MONTGOMERY COUNTY NC -  She went for her daily walk and when she didn't return her husband called for neighbors and friends to search - When they didn't find her 911 was called and Sheriff's deputies and search and rescue found her on the side of an unused road in the development - It was determined by authorities that she had been fatally mauled by a neighbor's 2 pit bulls.


19) 8 -  GURNEY WALKER - 75 - ROCKY MOUNT NORTH CAROLINA - PIT BULL - A 75-year-old man was fatally mauled inside a  home where he had been staying - 

20) 8-22 - DELLA RILEY - 42 - WEST PRICE HILL CINCINNATI OHIO - A young boy ran outside and alerted neighbors to a problem possibly that the woman had a seizure - Her pit bull then ripped her throat out - officers attempted to shoot the pit off her and she was shot during that but they say she was already dead. 

21) 9-3 - ROBIN CONWAY - 64 - COLUMBIA MARYLAND - Mauled to death in her backyard by a Pit Bull she had adopted 2 weeks ago.

22) 9-6 - TEENA CAROL MAWHORTA - 74 - MOUNT SHASTA CA - The elderly woman was sitting in a chair in the kitchen as her daughter was bringing her a glass of water about 10:30am  - She reached under the table to pet her pit bull mix when it attacked her and knocked her out of the chair and began biting her face and head ripping off a piece of her scalp - Her daughter attempted to stop the attack and was also bitten - The pit bull mix belonged to her other daughter Paula Jones - No news media reported on this attack and a GOFUNDME and a Facebook memorial page did not mention how she died. 

23) 9-6/9? -  MITCHELLE DEAN SEGERDAHL,  53, BAKER COUNTY OR - It is believed that he died after being attacked by one of his 6 pit bulls - 2 pits were found dead in the home and authorities believe he was trying to break up a fight between the 2 that were found dead - He was found on the 9th but he hadn't been seen by anyone since the Sept. 6.

24) 10-1 - SUSAN SWEENEY - 58 - LAS VEGAS NV - She was fatally mauled by a Mastiff Mix that the family had recently adopted. 

25) 10-6  -  Khloe Ann Williams - 7 MONTHS - CLEARWATER FL - Mauled to death by  Foster Home's Pit Bull Mix.

26) 10-12 - DENALI GONZALEZ - 2 - ALVIN BRAZORIA COUNTY TEXAS - Mauled to death bythe family's "NEW"  ???Leopard/Cur Mix??? - Her mother was returning home from shopping with the children and carrying bags inside when the dog suddenly attacked the toddler in the yard locking around her upper torso and throat and she was dead very quickly!!!

27) 10-14 - ANGELA SMITH - 55 - WASHINGTON DC -  Mauled to death by her own pit bull inside her home.

28) 10-27/28 - TRINITI HARRELL - 1 - EDGECOMBE COUNTY NC - Mauled by her family's pit bull mix, she  clung to life for a week after being flown to Chapel Hill - Her mother was playing with her at the back of her home along side the pit bull mix when he chomped down on her - Her mother could not make it release as she attempted to communicate with a dispatcher - an officer arrived and finally put enough bullets in the monster to kill it off her!!!

29) 11-2 -  APRIL COLLINS - 45 - WINCHESTER KY, Mauled to death by a family pit bull.

30)  11-4 - NORA SHARP -  19-MO-OLD GIRL - WINDSOR TOWNSHIP YORK COUNTY PA - On Sunday night the Family dog said to be a Bullmastiff fatally mauled her head, face and legs. 

31) 11-11- UNIDENTIFIED 5-DAY-OLD GIRL - FAMILY PIT BULL 

32) 11-13 - SHARON LEE DANIELS, 77 - BIG PRAIRIE TWNSP NEWAYGO COUNTY MI - The wheelchair-bound- woman was at the home alone with 3 pit bulls - She was found unresponsive mauled by at least 1 of the 3 family pit bulls.