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Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/29/2008 12:04 PM  |  Flag  
This is ridiculous, when will this breed of dogs be out-lawed? How many people or animals have to die before action is taken to eliminate such an aggressive breed?

Anonymous Dee  |  1/30/2008 4:13 AM  |  Flag  
They scaled the stall door -- surprise, surprise. So the horse was trapped while they ripped it apart, unable to appropriately defend herself.

If only horses could read and understand the news today. "Some of today's dogs will tear you to shreds, not herd you..."

Mankind seems bent on destroying it's two most loyal allies: horses and dogs. This is a sad reflection of mankind -- particularly in the way he is going about doing it.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/30/2008 7:07 AM  |  Flag  
Bullbaiting genes come to the surface after two centuries. What a nasty breed trait!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/30/2008 2:39 PM  |  Flag  
Unfortunately not as rare as one might think:

Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/30/2008 3:33 PM  |  Flag  
My heart goes out to the horse owner....what a horrible way for the horse to die.

Again, this is an excellent example of a "game" dog....scaling a four foot stall door to get at, attack, and kill an animal 10 times it's body weight. I dn't want to hear that "any dog could do this" will never hear of a beagle doing this.

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