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Blogger Your Quiet Neighbor  |  9/08/2015 5:38 PM  |  Flag  
Have the dogs been put down or are they being kept alive at taxpayer expense?

Blogger Serenity Solario  |  9/09/2015 4:30 AM  |  Flag  
The dogs belonged to the neighbor of the female victim. Always have been vivious. The owner never takes responsibility for her dogs' viciousness and dosen't always keep her mutts lockes in or chained up as a priority. Children live in this street. This town is infested with animals, some stray, and some owned, but loose. Some can be friendly, while most are still vicious and scary. Eithrr way they are all big. There are a hanfull of bus tops in the small town and children playing out and about as any other child would. It xan be very dangerous for them. It's not a very big down. There's hardly civilization. Will they finally step up and take every loose or stray dog off the streets for everyones safety? Hope so.

Blogger Packhorse  |  9/09/2015 7:15 AM  |  Flag  
This morning I was listening to the Elvis Duran radio show, a popular morning show that airs all over the nation. .

Well, Elvis had given each of his co-hosts $1,000 to give to the charity of their choice, and one of the female hosts donated hers to Mr. Bones and Co., a dog charity "that helps a lot of dogs that aren't adopted as often because people think they are more violent, which IS NOT TRUE," she added forcefully. Here's the group's FB page:

She went on to talk about how her money went to help pay for surgery for a pit bull puppy named "Dax," which I couldn't help but wonder was somebody's tasteless joke to name the dog after Dax Borchardt, the little boy killed by pit bulls.

The guest host on the show added that "There are no bad dogs, only bad owners."

The show should be playing all day today here... You can also contact them and share your thoughts through this website.

Blogger Colleen Lynn  |  9/16/2015 3:04 PM  |  Flag  
Serenity, do you have any other information? That is also what Luisa's daughter, Michelle, said too. Michelle started a GoFundMe page to help with her mother's medical expenses.

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