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Anonymous Anonymous  |  10/13/2008 5:59 PM  |  Flag  
This poor little horse. You can see the trauma in Sugar's face. Think of the power of these horrible dogs to inflict damage so terrible. The pony was defenseless--The ASPCA protects pit bulls-a real friend to other animals this organization. Please do not donate to the ASPCA. Pit bulls will maul horses as you can see.
I hope this little horse's family will gain some comfort that these graphic pictures will help others to understand the unforgiving nature of a pit bull attack.

Anonymous Jersey  |  10/14/2008 7:12 AM  |  Flag  
I think we have to do more than just not donate to these types of organizations. We need to send them a letter or e-mail explaining why we won't donate to them.

Anonymous FoolMeOnce  |  10/14/2008 10:07 AM  |  Flag  
Oh, that Poor Poor baby! I agree that you can see her distress and pain. How horrible! And the article above this one about the pro-pit people so desperately trying to find a home for a "dominant, aggressive, unneutered" pit that was involved in a horrific attack on a helpless senior makes my stomach ache. And how awful that an animal behaviorist is so myopic as to not euthanize that beast with out question.
I do hope Sugar's pictures have some positive effect...

Anonymous Anonymous  |  10/15/2008 10:43 AM  |  Flag  
Aw, look at that Sugar. Just a halter and lead standing quietly for a pic. Good pony. My neighbor, about a mile east, has a pony named Sugar. She's gotten out a few times and gives us a little Mustang rodeo action. :-)

The question isn't if pit bulls should be kept in the city, the question is if pit bulls should be kept anywhere. Simple answer: No.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  10/15/2008 12:52 PM  |  Flag  
Exactly. These dogs are SO dangerous in semi-rural and rural areas. They are devastating horses and livestock nationwide.

Anonymous x  |  10/15/2008 6:29 PM  |  Flag  
I have a strong stomach. I have seen the video Faces Of Death. I have seen photos of people with their faces in pieces caused by a dog. I toured the Cook County morgue, I saw many mutilated bodies. I've watched footage of dogs fighting on the internet. I've seen graphic photos of dogs after they have been attacked by a pit bull.
Nothing disturbs me more that the photos or the mental images of horses and ponies that are mutilated by dogs. I can't explain this because I don't understand it but at i can't look at this pony. I am sorry.

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