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Anonymous Lindsay  |  10/28/2007 1:50 AM  |  Flag  
It is a shame that Mr. Garrison saw fit to trust a dog he'd only owned since last month with his infant son. Not only that, he allowed the child to have food around the dog -- Jadyn was holding a cookie when the dog lashed out at him. That is not responsible dog ownership, nor is it responsible parenting. As Karen Delise illustrates in her book, Fatal Dog Attacks, newly acquired dogs are one of the factors which increases the risk of an attack. Throw food in the mix, and you're asking for trouble.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  11/27/2007 8:51 PM  |  Flag  
I'm sorry, but are you kidding with this comment? Every time there is a story about a pitbull attack, a bully lover jumps in with "Well, why did they have to be walking down THAT street?", or "Well, he shouldn't have left his kids alone with the dog". It is always someone else's fault - they refuse to admit what breed of dog this is. The list of things one CAN'T do when one owns a pitbull must be 1,000 miles long. I have food around my chihuahua all the time - she has never tried to take my nose off.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/03/2009 12:39 AM  |  Flag  
I recently suffered the trauma of my son being attacked by a friend/family memeber's dog upon visiting. The attack happend within a matter of seconds and I had known this owner of the animal for many years. It is a shame that my son an innocent child is being blamed for teasing the dog within a time frame of 10 seconds walking outside to the front yard and the dog bursted through the cage. There is no justification for any attack and all people should keep their guard up at all times for all animals when it comes to children. There is no exuse!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  7/07/2009 10:13 PM  |  Flag  
I HAVE READ ALOT OF PIT ATTACKS,I DONT THINK IT HAS ANYTHING TO DO WITH A COOKIE TONS OF KIDS AND ADULTS HAVE BEEN ATTACKED,AND MOST OF THEM WERNT EATING A COOKIE.THESE SO CALLED BOTTLE FED, RAISED WITH LOTS OF LOVE PIT BULLS HAVE A TASTE FOR BLOOD.

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