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Blogger cravendesires  |  11/21/2009 12:59 AM  |  Flag  
nineteen days, i think that is a record.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  11/21/2009 1:54 AM  |  Flag  
Too bad they waited until the fatality occurred....

Anonymous Trigger  |  11/21/2009 2:48 AM  |  Flag  
"Nineteen days" is lightening speed and indicates they will not tolerate future pit bull maulings.

Blogger Aj Ansuz  |  11/21/2009 5:39 AM  |  Flag  
I am AMAZED to see that Pine Bluff has a pit bull ban. That city is the crack and meth capitol of Arkansas. When I worked as a cop there, we constantly had trouble with pits and drug dealers.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  11/21/2009 12:20 PM  |  Flag  
Thus the pit bull ban AJ!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  11/26/2009 3:36 AM  |  Flag  
BSL is the public defending itself after a total breakdown in breed stewardship by the Pit community...Breeders pumping out maulers and owners carelessly containing them. It's is their failure!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  12/21/2009 8:21 AM  |  Flag  
Apparently, another human aggressive Pit Bull breeding operation...just trying to make a tax free, honest buck!

"There were three dogs in the yard, including the dog that attacked Matthew, a female of the same breed and a puppy.

The pit bull responsible for the attack is currently in the custody of the Nashville Animal Shelter where it will remain until a judge determines its fate, Russell said. The female pit bull is also being held by animal control. Russell said the puppy could not be caught at the scene but said there are efforts currently underway to trap the dog."

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