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Anonymous Trigger  |  3/01/2010 3:52 PM  |  Flag  
Surgeon: No place for pit bulls, rottweilers around children
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http://www.ajc.com/news/surgeon-no-place-for-329973.html

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/01/2010 3:55 PM  |  Flag  
This season, Jesse Browning is being given another chance to prove himself as hook tender on an important job for Hampton Lumber, one of Browning's biggest clients. It might be Jesse Browning's last chance to prove that's he's going somewhere at Browning Logging.
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http://www.poptower.com/ax-men/jesse-browning.htm

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/01/2010 4:26 PM  |  Flag  
What a beautiful little girl:
http://www.kptv.com/news/22704436/detail.html

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/01/2010 5:06 PM  |  Flag  
4 months ago the sheriff removed a third Rottweiler from the home because it had gotten aggressive?

This is child endangerment.

These people should be charged with child abuse.

They chose to have killer dogs in a home with their children, the inevitable happens, where is their soul?

It's as though the children are sacrifices to their vicious dogs.


And why am I think this was an unlicensed, illicit breeding business?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/01/2010 5:07 PM  |  Flag  
Rottweilers.

Historically second on list for killing people.


And what breeder produced THESE vicious dogs?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  3/01/2010 6:35 PM  |  Flag  
"The Brownings own two Rottweilers, which were both removed and quarantined at a local animal shelter, where they will be adopted or euthanized"


How can it even be legal for an animal shelter to adopt out vicious dogs that have killed?

What kind of animal shelter would be this unethical?

LAWYERS, WE NEED YOU!!!!

Anonymous Trigger  |  3/01/2010 8:55 PM  |  Flag  
Bergin says the attack came four months to the day after deputies removed a Rottweiler from the premises after it attacked an adult family member; that animal was euthanized. The Brownings' two other Rottweilers have been quarantined at a shelter and are awaiting their fate.

Gotta wonder if authorities seized the correct dog the first time around. It's actually not uncommon to turn in the "wrong" biting dog into authorities.

http://www.eonline.com/uberblog/detail.jsp?contentId=169450#ixzz0gz7mfE9C

Anonymous Dude I bagged you a Rottie!  |  3/01/2010 10:24 PM  |  Flag  
HORRIFIC IRRESPONSIBILITY OF OREGON OFFICIALS!
Bergin said the two dogs will be euthanized if the Brownings request it. If the dogs are put up for adoption instead, they would first be rated to determine their level of aggression.

Anonymous Dude I bagged you a Rottie!  |  3/01/2010 10:24 PM  |  Flag  
HORRIFIC IRRESPONSIBILITY OF OREGON OFFICIALS!
Bergin said the two dogs will be euthanized if the Brownings request it. If the dogs are put up for adoption instead, they would first be rated to determine their level of aggression.

Anonymous Trigger  |  3/02/2010 8:24 PM  |  Flag  
The dog believed to have bitten the child was 2½ years old, he added.
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http://tinyurl.com/yldu5j4

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