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Blogger Ka D  |  12/17/2015 11:17 AM  |  Flag  
Another pit owner gets 'educated' by their dogs. I wonder how many people have been killed trying to separate fighting Chihuahuas?

Blogger Your Quiet Neighbor  |  12/17/2015 11:27 AM  |  Flag  
When I was growing up, my family had dachshunds. They'd occasionally have scraps over food or some other minor issue. The fights were self-limiting. They'd bark and snarl at each other, and then it was over.

And that, people, is normal canine behavior.

Blogger Sam Welman  |  12/17/2015 12:11 PM  |  Flag  
Sad but the owner knew she owned pit bulls. Perhaps this another case of suicide. Having to arm yourself due to The neighbors having dangerous pit bulls who are known to be vicious is bad enough. To own that breed knowing they likely will kill your is insane.

Blogger Bailey  |  12/17/2015 4:21 PM  |  Flag  
I couldn't imagine getting a call saying a friend or relative of mine was found dead on their floor as a result of their pets fighting. That's horrifying. This is a reason why a person shouldn't be able to own more than one pit (No one should be able to own a pit period since they all need to be eradicated, but I'll speak hypothetically for the sake of this case.). If a fight breaks out, more than likely someone will die, usually the owner. At least this fight occurred in the owner's house rather than on a public street or in a park.

Pit nutters can bash toy breeds all they want, but no one dies when toy breeds have a scuffle.

Blogger Stephen  |  12/17/2015 5:51 PM  |  Flag  
There is no possible way that any investigation could conclude that the deceased attempted to break up a fight.

Blogger Colleen Lynn  |  12/17/2015 6:09 PM  |  Flag  
We did comment on this on our Facebook post. It's a fairly common response by sheriff's departments, "probably breaking up a fight," when more than one dog is involved. We are sure that the scene "looked like" there had been a fight.
However, maybe they did find injuries on the dogs. Hard to say…

Do you know something more Stephen?

OpenID truthbirdtoo  |  12/17/2015 6:12 PM  |  Flag  
"Investigators determined the woman died of injuries she suffered while trying to stop her dogs from fighting, based on the fact that the dogs had injuries consistent with fighting each other, deputies said. There are other theories about the woman's cause of the death that are being explored, including that the victim died of natural causes and the wounds from an animal happened after she died, according to officers"

Blogger Jensen Family  |  12/17/2015 6:32 PM  |  Flag  
Pitbulls kill 1 person about every 2 weeks. Were not talking about the maulings or the attacks on other animals. That is a human fatality every two weeks in just the United States alone! If only most people knew this!

Blogger PutMeInCharge4OneDay  |  12/17/2015 9:46 PM  |  Flag  
What a bunch of malarkey. They have no idea if she was breaking up a dog fight.There was no witnesses. Was she clutching her break stick?

After the "suicide" ruling last week I guess I can believe anything.

No doubt there are the nutters who probably think she had a heart attack and the pitties were trying to resuscitate her.

Blogger tom workman  |  12/18/2015 5:20 AM  |  Flag  
"Blame the deed, not the breed" they say.
"Its all in how you raise them" they also say.

The more deaths that result from Pit Bulls and bully breeds, continue to demonstrate what a social misfit monster these dogs are and just how people repeat what they hear instead of educating themselves BEFORE getting these bastard dogs.
Then of course the rescue idiots who would save a dog over a human anyday.
Wonder why you never hear from the Pit Experts that whisper how great they are, when they kill??! where is Cesar Millan and all the others?

Blogger Jensen Family  |  12/18/2015 3:19 PM  |  Flag  
My favorite nutter utter is: "A person/ child should never be left alone with any dog, regardless the breed" .... buuuut, aren't pitbulls the exclusive nanny dogs? Interestingly by definition, Nanny means: one who cares for a child in their own home. It seems that Pitbull means: one who might or probably will kill a person in their own home.

Blogger Warrior  |  12/19/2015 8:36 AM  |  Flag  
My husband was just chased this morning by a loose pitbull. My husband posed no threat and was simply walking home after our car broke down. He is 43, 6'2 and 248 pounds. You would think the dog wouldnt trigger and try to attack, but he did. My husband slowly backed away and then rounded a corner. When he was out of the dogs sight, my husband trotted half a block to gain distance. Then he turned to catch his breath. Thats when he heard the dogs claws hitting the sidewalk put of his view. Before he could turn and run he saw the Pit make a full on sprint around the corner. What allowed my husband to get a bit more distance was that the Pit's speed caused the dog to slide when he tried to turn the corner. My husband ran into on coming traffic and hurdled a waist high median. The dog chased him to the median and decided not to continue the chase. Thank God there was no oncoming traffic in the other side. The crazy part is that my husband was a block away from our home but didnt want to bring the dog anywhere near us. To say Pits are friendly and will not attack unless threatened, is grossly irresponsible.

Blogger Your Quiet Neighbor  |  12/20/2015 9:26 AM  |  Flag  
We humans need to be rescued from the rescue idiots. People first!

Blogger Farmer Jane  |  12/20/2015 11:50 AM  |  Flag  
Why are deaths such as these not ruled suicide? The victim owned dogs that are known for their aggression. Dogs that are more likely to kill humans than any other. Yet, she purposefully put herself in between them when they were fighting. Sounds suicidal to me.

Blogger BeKind StopbreedingBullyDogs  |  12/27/2015 9:53 PM  |  Flag  
They want to save very few bully dogs. They enjoy the excitement tge receive whenfighting over a particular bully dog here and there.

But they do not actually care about the great majority of bully dogs. Their mongering increases the bully dog crisis. Pits breed and die like flies, and the bully people say, "nothing matters but me, so don't change a thing! I don't care!"

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