Thursday, July 11, 2019

TIMMINS, ONTARIO CANADA - A WOMAN IS AFRAID TO GO HOME AFTER A NEIGHBOR'S 2 PIT BULLS ATTACKED THEM TWICE ...THE SECOND TIME THE LAND SHARKS PUSHED THEIR WAY INTO THEIR APARTMENT AND RIPPED THEIR FOX TERRIER 'S CHEST OPEN



UPDATE:  https://northernontario.ctvnews.ca/recovering-from-aggressive-dog-attacks-1.4509872


A Timmins woman is scared to go home to her Kirby Avenue apartment after she, her boyfriend and their two dogs were attacked on two separate occasions by their neighbour’s  TWO PIT BULLS.
Joe Pye says he and his pug were attacked on June 21st .  He suffered 13 puncture wounds. The dog had bruised hips and eight punctures.
Then, he says,  last Thursday the pit bulls forced their way into their apartment as his girlfriend, Serena Levert, went to take their dogs outside.  Levert suffered bites and scratches, and their fox terrier’s chest was ripped open
“Now, my girlfriend has not been home with the two dogs since Thursday night,” Pye says, “because she’s just terrified and I don’t blame her.”
Pye says his lawyer, landlord and everyone right up to Premier Doug Ford’s office are saying their hands are tied, and there’s nothing that can be done.
“I don’t blame the breed.  I blame the owner for making these dogs vicious,” he comments. “I was the third attack, my girlfriend was the fourth attack that I know of.  These dogs should be put down and this owner should not even be allowed to own a goldfish.”


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

“I don’t blame the breed. I blame the owner for making these dogs vicious,”

Unless you can prove the owner made the pit bulls vicious, I will not believe that statement. Pit bulls don't need any special training to do what these pit bulls did. That's like saying, a border collie owner made the border collie good at herding sheep. Um, no. Border collies are born that way.