Two pitbulls kill a helpless Chihuahua, owner of the Pitbulls can’t control the dogs.

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Re: Two pitbulls kill a helpless Chihuahua, owner of the Pitbulls can’t control the dogs.

Post by dan123 » Sun Sep 16, 2018 11:19 pm

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Sun Sep 16, 2018 10:30 pm
Police 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.
https://www.ctvnews.ca/mobile/canada/al ... -1.4095987
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Re: Two pitbulls kill a helpless Chihuahua, owner of the Pitbulls can’t control the dogs.

Post by noxomus » Mon Sep 17, 2018 12:43 am

dan123 wrote:
Sun Sep 16, 2018 11:19 pm
noxomus wrote:
Sun Sep 16, 2018 10:30 pm
Police 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.
https://www.ctvnews.ca/mobile/canada/al ... -1.4095987
Nox, serious question, did a dog botty shag your mum?
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