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Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/02/2009 4:10 PM  |  Flag  
WHY on earth would a parent leave their child with a babysitter who owns a pit bull?
I have to wonder if they even knew about it.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/02/2009 5:09 PM  |  Flag  
Excellent point.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/02/2009 5:14 PM  |  Flag  
Where did this dog come from?

It is vitally important that this information be collected and documented by authorities?

Is a breeder selling dangerous dogs? A rescue group handing out dangerous dogs? Was this dog "shuffled" from some other area where the dog attacked to this babysitter?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/02/2009 5:32 PM  |  Flag  
18-24 month old pit bull - CHECK!

Exacto-timo to start doing what they were bred to do. Wonder if it was a pound pit? Wonder who talked the babysitter into the dog ("As long as you raise it right, it will be okay!")

Anonymous annod  |  2/02/2009 6:20 PM  |  Flag  
The dog is neutered so I doubt she is a breeder.

Sounds like she has been brainwashed into the pit nutter cult of its all how you raise nanny dogs.

The baby sitter will break down in tears when interviewed by the media and insist that "he never showed aggression before" and swear she will never have another dog again.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/02/2009 6:32 PM  |  Flag  
Another pit bull attack makes national news

(I know it says American bulldog. Pit bull. Bulldog. Whatever.)

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,486884,00.html

Good Samaritan thankfully had penknife and was able to kill attacking dog

Pit was going after her dog, she got attacked too.

Perfect example of why these nuts that say dog-aggressive dogs are ok are out of their minds

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/02/2009 6:36 PM  |  Flag  
Or was the baby sitter an ethereal Pit activist who assured the mother not to worry about the misunderstood wigglebutt?

Anonymous MamaDog  |  2/02/2009 7:28 PM  |  Flag  
"The baby sitter will break down in tears when interviewed by the media and insist that "he never showed aggression before" and swear she will never have another dog again."

Classic. (and so, so sad)

Anonymous Felony  |  2/02/2009 8:34 PM  |  Flag  
"The baby sitter will break down in tears when interviewed by the media and insist that "he never showed aggression before" and swear she will never have another dog again."

AND THEN GO OUT AND GET ANOTHER PIT BULL IN SIX MONTHS EXACTLY LIKE THAT SCUMBAG CHARLES SMALLWOOD IN TENNESSEE DID.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/03/2009 5:35 AM  |  Flag  
Two unlucky VA Beach Dogs killed by loose Pits:

http://hamptonroads.com/node/496745

Ain't VA Beach were Mike Vick got his start with the breed?

PREVENT THE DEED...REGULATE THE BREED.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/03/2009 10:22 AM  |  Flag  
I agree with the above poster...its important for the media to start asking where the dogs came from; the public needs to know if a local shelter is adopting out dangerous pit bulls to inexperienced owners and telling them that all they need is love and kisses and they will be just great with kids.

If the next door neighbor is breeding aggressive pit bulls and selling them around the neighborhood, the press needs to interview him, get his name and address in the paper; let the IRS, his insurance company, and the town AC department know what he is doing.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/04/2009 4:42 AM  |  Flag  
The baby sitter also owned a Rottwieler...So "Liontamer Daycare" had specimens from two breeds responsible for 70 american deaths over the past three years.

People need to start thinking about predictable outcomes. Prayers to the little tyke.

Anonymous Dogs  |  2/04/2009 6:28 AM  |  Flag  
Wonder who talked the babysitter into the dog.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/04/2009 6:38 AM  |  Flag  
Lion Tamer Unlicensed Discount Daycare!

Cheap lifeflights!

Unlimited maulings!

Uninsured!

Dog Safety Experts On Call!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/04/2009 3:33 PM  |  Flag  
I think the SPCA should receive some angry letters regarding their adoption policies......

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/04/2009 3:48 PM  |  Flag  
If the SPCA "passed" it and gave the dog their seal of approval, they are legally responsible

Anonymous Jimmy O  |  2/04/2009 8:42 PM  |  Flag  
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Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/04/2009 9:10 PM  |  Flag  
UPDATE!: Turns out this Mauler was adopted from the local SPCA after passin a worthless temperment test!

http://www.dailypress.com/news/dp-local__dogfollo0204feb04,0,7589530.story

Note the guilty A/C Director still has the balls to spew the usual Pit Bullshit!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/04/2009 10:12 PM  |  Flag  
I hope these parents sue this woman and the the SPCA --no mercy.
This child will have surgery after surgery. In Indianapolis little Amaya Hess mauled when she was two has just completed her 48th surgery! Now she's a big girl four years old.
This idiot SPCA doesn't even know or care about the basic safety ethics about pit bull adoption. They adopted out a pup of unknown background before sexual maturity. I'm sure the animal activists were thrilled that a little pit bull was going to a nice home. What is a human life worth? What is an infant worth? They were ready to risk and deny facts for an adoption. Now this SPCA and everyone connected with it should be sued so it hurts.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/05/2009 4:17 AM  |  Flag  
The SPCA Director who sent this infant on a lifeflight should be updating his/her resume...not spewing pit bull breeder talking points. Only in the A/C "profession" can an individual charged with public safety responsibilities be above such earthly concepts such as accountability.

TRICARE military health insurance will require the dual military couple to sue and attempt to recover the astronomical medical costs. Methinks Lion Tamer discount daycare most likely didn't have liability insurance since it maintained a Pit Bull/Rottir petting zoo.

They will probably need to go after the SPCA.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/05/2009 9:17 AM  |  Flag  
One thing that rescues and shelters seem to be excusing is the "poor little pit bull puppy."

I have noticed that in fighting dog seizures, the rescues will try to get the puppies at least to place, under this false notion that if they haven't been "trained to fight" they will be ok

WRONG! It's called genetics. These dogs are bred to be aggressive, and as as they mature, nature overcomes nurture.

Hopefully this SPCA will stop the pit bull adoptions, and instead focus on the real problem- reducing the numbers being bred and born in their community

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/06/2009 2:51 AM  |  Flag  
Total Public Safety Breakdown all the way around:

1. The SPCA for adopting out the Level 5 Mauler.

2. It is now revealed that Lion Tamer Daycare had 1 pit bull, 2 Rotts and a Chow in it's "petting zoo". The three breeds which combined for 72 American Deaths over the past three years!

You would have to be living under a rock not to know the risk! The blind spot in the dog laws let people ge away with murder.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/06/2009 9:45 AM  |  Flag  
Did you notice this in the comments of the latest article?

"First of all, I adopted a puppy 2 years ago from the SPCA that was a lab mix. We now know she was a lab pit mix because she looks just like a pit and the vet has confirmed"

Penisula SPCA is lying about the breeds.

Calling pit mixes lab mixes, and hiding the pit bull from adopters.

Whi is in charge of this place? Does anyone have particular information about this shelter?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/08/2009 4:43 AM  |  Flag  
Virginia has a Pre-emptive BSL prohibition in place. The Pit Lobby, hellbent for more maulings, has been sueing counties to force them into adopting out Pit Bulls:

DBO did a story on it last year:

http://www.dogsbite.org/blog/2008/05/loudon-county-no-adopt-out-pit-bull.html

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