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Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/05/2009 2:21 AM  |  Flag  
Owner not home at time of attack? Check.

Dog with a history of attacks. Check.

Owner claiming dog isn't hers. Check.

Previous owner incarcerated. Check.

Innocent child scarred for life in one fell swoop. Check.

Yep, just another day in pit nutterville, where a dog that would lick you to death decides to put some teeth into it while one owner is cooling his heels in jail and the other is MIA at the time it all goes down.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/05/2009 3:42 AM  |  Flag  
Haverhill has experienced some nasty Pit-attacks over the past couple of years...It is impossible that this woman is actually stunned!

Reckless endangerment of a child!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/05/2009 10:50 AM  |  Flag  
Haverhill Mass is in the area of pit bull breeder and NAIA member Holly Stump. Stump regularly sneaks around pushing animal control officers to protect pit bulls.

Stump also deviously used a state rep to cook up an alleged "dangerous dog law" that PROTECTED AND HELPED DANGEROUS DOGS, by giving them multiple bites, allowing their record to be wiped clean, etc. A FAKE dangerous dog law! It did not pass.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/05/2009 11:59 AM  |  Flag  
Can't help but wonder if this pair (the pit owner - regardless of sudden ownership denial - and the child's mother) have been posting YouTube videos of the pit bull with the baby. "Ahhhhh... pit bulls are soooo good with children. It's all in how you raise them. They're often called the Nanny Dog, ya know?!"

Chomp. The Nanny Dog strikes again.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/05/2009 12:50 PM  |  Flag  
Well, you can't fix stupid. The mother, little more than a child herself, puts a baby on the floor next to a pit bull while she plays video games. All the while hanging out with her "friend" whose husband is incarcerated for God knows what.

Why do I suspect that the pit bull owners are Section 8 renters? Time to file a civil suit against the landlord to help cover the cost of reconstructive surgery for this baby. I'm sure the mother and baby are already Mass Health recipients, since she is a single mom who gave birth at the age of 16 years old. Now the Massachusetts taxpayers will have to pay for the ongoing medical care this child receives, (and deserves), while the irresponsible mother, the low life pit bull owner, and the slumlord homeowner walk away scott free, handing the bill to the taxpayers.

One more reason to regulate these animals.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  6/07/2009 4:40 AM  |  Flag  
Another "stunned" family here:

Blogger PetsRTrue-PetsRFun  |  6/07/2009 8:29 AM  |  Flag  
Look at her precious eyes. When I do I am reminded of all the comments by the pit nutters blaming the innocent victim. How can they see those eyes and still feel the dog is not to blame is beyond me. My new motto is Ban the pit, don't bother with regulation.

Blogger preTjenE  |  7/14/2009 5:19 PM  |  Flag  
Parents should be held liable that little girl will have to live with those scars forever! DISGUSTING...erradicate this breed, its the only real solution!

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