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Why wasn't that chihuahua on a leash?
I would of shot both of those pits if they did that to my dog
I would of shot both of those pits if they did that to my dog
I had a pit bull that passed 2 years ago. Never was aggressive towards people or other dogs. I had her since she was a pup and trained her. Now I understand why people hate pitbulls from all the videos and news stories but look at the owners of those animals. Most train them for home defense which is a big mistake. Most dogs don't need to train on defending their owners because they will defend them regardless. It's those assholes that give most pitbulls a bad name.
Shit dog owners that will not muzzle their dogs even when they know they have a vicious dog, the problem with these types of dogs is the amount of damage they can do in a split second, where as a none bull breed attack rarely causes major damage, few quick nips and a lot of noise leading to a bit of ruffled fur, muzzle those land sharks.
Woman Mauled To Death By A Pit Bull She Rescued 2 Weeks Earlier
COLUMBIA, Md. (WJZ) — A 64-year-old Maryland woman was mauled to death by a pit bull she recently rescued, police said Tuesday.
According to Howard County Police, officers were called to a home on Tamar Drive on Labor Day for a report of a woman being mauled to death by her dog.
Robin Conway was found dead in her backyard with significant injuries.
A family member found Conway in her yard around 7:20 p.m. on Monday with the dog standing over her.
The witness called 911 and tied the dog to a fence until help arrived.
The radio transmission was heard with the caller saying he thought his wife was attacked by a dog and might be dead.
Police and EMS responded and pronounced Conway dead at the scene.
The dog, who was still leashed to the post, was barking and lunging on its leash. It was subdued by animal control officers and ultimately euthanized.
A necropsy will be performed to determine if the dog was sick or had rabies.
Conway had adopted the pit bull two weeks prior from a rescue out-of-state.
Her sister, Susan Eve LeClair, said Conway was no stranger to pit bulls which is why she had rescued the one she was walking at the time of the attack.
“She cared so much about her animals that she had taken this dog,” LeClair said.
Conway’s family is mourning and is at a loss for words.
“Everybody is devasted,” LeClair said. “I don’t know that there are lessons to be learned or not,”
Police said the dog showed some signs of aggression.
“The dog was on a leash but lunging and barking, they tried to subdue him but ultimately had to euthanize him,” said Sherry Llewellyn with Howard County Police.
“There was obviously something wrong with this dog, but Robin was a wonderful wonderful person,” LeClair said.
Police said there were no previous calls to animal control about this residence prior to the incident Monday.
Police are conducting a death investigation in the case and awaiting official autopsy results.
“We have not seen a lot of cases like this here in Howard County,” Llewellyn said. “And we certainly haven’t seen cases that involve in a resulting death,”
This..its almost always the owner who makes a bad dog..even the tiniest dog will attempt to protect those in its human pack..might not be able to do much but i have had a chihuahua hanging off my leg while i fought the owners son behind my house..morons with no bollocks use poor dogs as weapons..or just dont have a clue about how to treat/train animals.topple215 wrote: ↑Wed Sep 05, 2018 3:53 amI had a pit bull that passed 2 years ago. Never was aggressive towards people or other dogs. I had her since she was a pup and trained her. Now I understand why people hate pitbulls from all the videos and news stories but look at the owners of those animals. Most train them for home defense which is a big mistake. Most dogs don't need to train on defending their owners because they will defend them regardless. It's those assholes that give most pitbulls a bad name.
Cunts all..shoot the owner alongside the bastard dog.
As for pitbulls..its the amount of damage some dogs can do very quickly that matters..licence the types that can fuck you up and make the owners go to dog training courses..see how many supposed gangsters will have them then..might save the breed from inevitable destruction.
Oh..and nox has the ghey..but hes still luvverly.
I blame Hayden for everything..and Cherry..but Graeme is just a poor innocent pawn in their evil plans.
That was a good response to a Pit attack
https://www.ctvnews.ca/mobile/canada/al ... -1.4095987Police in Alberta say a woman has died after trying to stop her dog from attacking a toddler.
Albarta RCMP say emergency crews were called to the a home in Langdon, Alta., a community east of Calgary, on Saturday evening following reports of a dog attack.
Officers have determined the dog, a boxer-pitbull cross, was attacking a two-year-old girl before turning on its owner, a 50-year-old woman. The woman was pronounced dead at the scene.
"In an effort to stop the attack on the toddler, an adult female intervened and the dog turned the aggression on her,” Staff Sgt. John Spaans, with the RCMP's K-Division, told CTV Calgary. “Unfortunately, the adult woman suffered fatal wounds as a result of the dog attack."
The toddler was transported to hospital with serious, but non-life threatening injuries. The identities of both victims have not been released.
Police say other people at the house were able to subdue the dog and put it in a kennel. It and another dog have been put in a quarantined facility in Calgary.
There is no indication the second dog, a purebred boxer, was involved in the attack.
The dogs will be held for 10 days while they are tested for diseases. Officials will then decide what to do with the animals.
"There's a number of options that are possible, including voluntarily euthanizing the animal or making an application to the courts to order the animal to be put down,” Spaans said. “There (are) also remedies such as allowing the family the opportunity to make the house safe (by) building kennels and fencing, but that's further down the road.”
Witnesses say the dog had no prior history of aggression. Spaans added an early investigation determined the toddler was not provoking the animal.