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Anonymous Anonymous  |  10/02/2008 3:19 AM  |  Flag  
An unlicensed Canine IED factory...basically giving the finger to the City!

Anonymous Jersey  |  10/02/2008 6:55 AM  |  Flag  
Who is buying these dogs? Clearly they are not well taken care of so they are probably not well bred either. In fact, they sound pretty aggressive having to be spaced out and tied up. Sounds like a fighting operation.

Anonymous mrs.Poodle  |  10/02/2008 8:33 AM  |  Flag  
What does it do to the value of a home having 17 pits living next door?

Anonymous David  |  10/02/2008 11:42 AM  |  Flag  
I saw on one of the court shows, this guy drove out and met these people to sell them a dog and they never saw his house or how the dog was raised.
I also saw a pit bull for sale in a pet store a couple of weeks ago. If someone is stupid enough to buy that dog they will know nothing about where the dog came from.

Anonymous Trigger  |  11/26/2009 9:44 AM  |  Flag  
The man is now giving up his dangerous, smelly pit bull operation:

"WEST PARK, Fla., Nov. 25 (UPI) -- A West Park, Fla., man criticized for keeping a pit bull dog kennel in a residential neighborhood says he will give away the animals. Reno Yohai told WPLG-TV, Miami, Tuesday that he can't take care of the dogs by himself, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported. "My heart is in the right place. My kennel isn't," Yohai told the station, adding that his onetime roster of 30 pit bulls has been decreased to 15. The newspaper said the city of West Park had fined the man $50,000 for operating a kennel in a residential area..."

Any takers on the dogs?

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