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Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/02/2008 10:00 AM  |  Flag  
This dog was off property and bit two humans...and it had to be kicked off the second victim! Yet, the dumbass AC "professional" is equating it with a fear nip from a Maltese.

This beast is viable public safety threat which needs the blue needle.

The public needs to demand better safety performance from these public servants.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/02/2008 10:00 AM  |  Flag  
This dog was off property and bit two humans...and it had to be kicked off the second victim! Yet, the dumbass AC "professional" is equating it with a fear nip from a Maltese.

This beast is viable public safety threat which needs the blue needle.

The public needs to demand better safety performance from these public servants.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/02/2008 7:40 PM  |  Flag  
Read the comments section to the article...witnesses claim the girl did not run up to the dog, but asked permission to pet him first. When she was bitten, the father came over to ask if the dog had its shots; the son was standing behind him, when the dog just launched at him.

During the attack on the boy, the "friend" of the pit bull owner, in charge of the dog, did not lift a finger to help get the dog off the boy or stop the attack. How typical is that of the type of individuals who own or care for these dogs!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/02/2008 10:17 PM  |  Flag  
Thank you anonymous for pointing that out, Schiffer did nothing! How can you expect to control an aggressive 50lb dog, and a second w/o a leash when you're on a bike?? We all know now, you can't!!We now know all he was concerned about was getting the dog out of there after it attacked two children. They say if the dog attacks a second time that's it.... well he already has TWO victims, how many more do we need?? The next victim may not have help close by. My prayers are with the entire family, and disgust for the owner/sitter

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/03/2008 4:41 AM  |  Flag  
It is clearly time for a bite severity rating system for use by AC departments...All bites are not the same.

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