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Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/09/2009 4:05 AM  |  Flag  
Omaha bent over backwards to accomodate the high risk Pit Bull community. They even have a tax payer subsidized training program for Pit Bulls.

Pit Bulls restrictions are like a trying to remove bandaid. Its better to put a ban in place and just rip it off!

Paging ASPCA Pit Carpet baggers from New York! Clean up on aisle 3!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/09/2009 4:31 AM  |  Flag  
You know you've made the wrong breed choice when you hear the words:

"Do you want me to kill your dog?!"

Kudos to the hero in this incident. He courageously stepped over the beserking Pit to rescue the baby.

Anonymous Don  |  2/09/2009 9:20 AM  |  Flag  
Isn't just a matter of time Omaha?
Wake up. KC and Minneapolis both had fatal pit bull attacks in the last two years. Omaha has a male boy with no genitalia, a scalped baby girl and now this, a near-fatal attack. What if this woman was home alone? Then what? I wonder if she will even have an arm after the surgery? Are we looking at an amputee?

Get with it Omaha, look at Council Bluffs for guidance. Talk with them, learn and follow the leader.

Anonymous Dude I Bagged Ur Pit  |  2/09/2009 10:03 AM  |  Flag  
Bwaaaaa-hahahaha! Looks like that first responder training for pit bull incidents is working well.

Nice work with the catch pole; they choked it to death!


Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/09/2009 10:13 AM  |  Flag  
Again, when Bad Rap and Best Friends are vouching for these dogs, and telling people they are experts and that pit bulls are like all other dogs

When they show pictures of children crawling over pit bulls and call pit bulls nanny dogs, and tell people pit bulls are good with kids

They are setting people up for incidents like this. They are telling people lies in order to falsely promote pit bulls

And they are doing it with the breeders and breeder groups, who just want to sell these dogs and don't care what damage they inflict

These groups should be held accountable for their false advisement.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/09/2009 10:20 PM  |  Flag  
CBS 42 News also learned that the dog, identified by the Austin Travis County Health and Human Services Department as an American Staffordshire Terrier, tested negative for rabies.

The Amstaff is a pit bull.

The "pit bull" is a class of dogs that contains the following breeds: American pit bull terrier, Staffordshire bull terrier, American Staffordshire terrier and bull terrier.

Maldonado tried to pass his dog off as a "bull mastiff."

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