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Anonymous Anonymous  |  7/12/2008 4:02 AM  |  Flag  
Sounds like they have a Pit Bull sympathetic animal control program up there. How is it that a previous known biter could be unlicensed and A/C not know about it?

Why isn't this a felony?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  9/01/2009 1:00 AM  |  Flag  
i had just combed and put bows in my toy poodle and silky terrier before going out for a nice, beautiful walk. out of the blue i saw a pit bull charging toward us so i picked up my poodle and dropped the lead on my silky terrier. The pit bull had (Peaches head in his mouth and i was screaming. her neck was broken and an eyeball was hanging out of her head. a hounddog chased Sophie (Silky) home before she ran off and hid for over 12 hours. the owners had no emotion and neither did their kids all they rcv was a fine. im scared to walk sophie and all of my neighbors are aware of this situation. I do not plan on letting these criminals off the hook and will fight this to the fullest extent.

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