Thursday, November 1, 2018

NORTH AUGUSTA SC - A RECENTLY ACQUIRED PIT BULL MAULED A BOY'S FACE AND HEAD ...SEVERING ONE EAR AND INJURING THE OTHER AND HIS EYE



A North Augusta boy remains hospitalized after being attacked Wednesday by a dog in the backyard of his home on Walnut Branch Road.
According to the incident report, the mother of the child called 911 stating that a recently acquired gray adult male  PIT BULL  had attacked her son severing his ear.   The mother was able to get the dog away from the boy before retreating inside the home.
According to an incident report, the child appeared to have multiple injuries to both ears, eye. The child was also in and out of consciousness.
According to the report, the dog was taken to an impounding facility for quarantine. The South Carolina Department of Health was notified and the dog will remain there until a determination is made by the owner.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dear Pit Bull Victim,

I am sorry your Mom was dumb enough to bring home a pit bull. It is well known that pit bulls are dangerous, and regularly attack children severely for no reason. You were born perfect, and now you will be stitched back together for many years to come.

I feel bad that us haters cannot change laws to protect innocent children like you. Pit bulls are worthless, you are priceless.

Anonymous said...

Why do people obtain dangerous dogs for pets? With my own extensive experience in dogs, I know to be very careful with newly acquired dogs. Why? The bonding is not present. I am not necessarily going to be able to correctly "read" the dog, and the dog could be confused by my actions. So being careful and patient is necessary.