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Blogger Your Quiet Neighbor  |  4/06/2017 6:01 PM  |  Flag  
Taken to animal welfare for treatment? For crying out loud, put that dog down! It just killed people.

Why in the Sam Hill should it live on the taxpayers' dime?

Blogger Your Quiet Neighbor  |  4/06/2017 6:02 PM  |  Flag  
I meant to say that it just killed a woman and her dog.

Blogger Bailey  |  4/06/2017 8:33 PM  |  Flag  
Treatment?! Kill the other damn mauler!

Blogger Jake  |  4/06/2017 9:46 PM  |  Flag  
Somebody had better go to jail for this

Blogger Small Survivors  |  4/06/2017 10:59 PM  |  Flag  
they escape while in the care of the pet sitter. This victim was almost decapitated just for walking her dog. I hope there's enough to get this guy convicted

Blogger Ka D  |  4/07/2017 12:11 PM  |  Flag  
Victim was Cecille Short, 82 years old.

Blogger Unknown  |  4/07/2017 3:21 PM  |  Flag  
Blame the breed of dog not the owners!!!!!

Blogger B Cazz  |  4/07/2017 7:21 PM  |  Flag  
Blame the breed of the dog AND the idiot owners who decided they needed such pieces of shit and weren't bright enough to contain them.

Blogger Ka D  |  4/07/2017 10:46 PM  |  Flag  
Pocket pit bull? I always referred them as ghetto pigs.

OpenID joelande  |  4/08/2017 5:13 AM  |  Flag  
Local legislators and animal control killed that woman and her dog.

They knew these pit bulls were violent, and they did nothing about it but enabled a murder. They are as guilty as the pit bull owner.

Blogger Farmer Jane  |  4/08/2017 10:32 AM  |  Flag  
The owners are responsible because of the choices they made. Owning a pet is a choice. The breed you own is a choice. The choice in the type of confinement used is all up to the owner. No one held a gun to this dog owner's head and said, "Keep these dogs that were bred to attack and kill in an inadequate enclosure so that it endangers your neighbors lives, or die." We are free to own any dog we want. That comes with a great responsibility, both to the dog and the people around us. If you choose to ignore the warnings, the breeding, and the bloody mistakes of those that have gone before you, then it's all on you. You can no longer wring your hands after the fact and say, "I didn't know."

Blogger Anne Landers  |  4/08/2017 10:49 AM  |  Flag  
I feel like the city is responsible for the wrongful death of this woman. They had been notified on numerous occasions of incidents with these dogs and it appears did not provide proper follow up. There are cases in cities and counties across the U.S. of this very same thing....dogs loose, they get a little bad, a little more bad and then someone dies. It's inexcusable that residents of these communities pay taxes and are not afforded protection.

Blogger Your Quiet Neighbor  |  4/08/2017 1:38 PM  |  Flag  
I agree with Anne Landers. I also think that it is time to start suing animal control, er, welfare agencies. They're not protecting the public and they need to refocus on that mission.

Blogger Sandy  |  4/09/2017 1:56 AM  |  Flag  
I think that big dog is a razor's edge pitbull which is Pitbull mixed with Neapolitan Mastiff. You can tell by the baggy skin and then also probably American Bulldog Pitbull mastiff bulldog breeding...For large extra extra large sizes.about 20 years ago I live in Fort Lauderdale people were stealing Neapolitan mastiffs and are usually very nice and family pets.now 20 years later you're seeing aggressive pitbull bulldog French Mastiff bullmastiff mixes.very scary

Blogger AlisonSmith  |  4/09/2017 6:18 PM  |  Flag  
What a horrific story. And how big a hole does a 100lb pit bull need to escape a fence? That must be a hole with a fence around it.

Pit doodles abound. 30 years ago, they were all called bandogges, ie, pit bulls mixed with something else so the owners could claim they weren't pit bulls, no officer, they're mutts! Still a popular idea, btw, that all pit mixes are generic mutts rather than obvious pit bull mixes.

The pit bull people are unique in so many ways, but their obsession with cross-breeding for no valid purpose is a biggie. Most dog owners who don't work their dogs are religiously spaying/neutering their pets. A handful of people with herding, agility, flyball, guide/therapy, etc. dogs are crossing them to improve the genetic health and perfect their specific goals. Pit people, who don't work their animals at any actual task, cross them for no apparent reason - the only changes are in sizes and shapes. The American Bully breed is touted as having a better temperament than the pit bull breeds which were used to develop it. Since it's a breed with very small numbers and at least two have killed people in its short history, the temperament is clearly not quite there yet.

Speaking of pit bull offshoots - anyone see the claimed Alapaha Blue-Blood Bulldogs that went beserk in the UK last week? Another classic bandogge scam. And another classic pit owner - chest thrust out, arms waving, arguing angrily with people telling him to leash them even as they're mauling a dog and attacking people.

Blogger Dayna Hamilton  |  4/11/2017 5:03 PM  |  Flag  
The "authorities" are all trying to cover their asses! I hope this woman has at least one relative that is willing to litigate and sue the AC/county into the ground.

Blogger Colleen Lynn  |  4/11/2017 5:27 PM  |  Flag  
There was some additional news today. Police are arranging to talk the dog's owner in the presence of his attorney.

"Police said the owner is still out of town, but arrangements are being made to meet with him and an attorney who is now representing him. Police are also canvassing the neighborhood to gather history and information about the dogs and their owner."

Blogger Your Quiet Neighbor  |  4/12/2017 8:18 AM  |  Flag  
I hope that the victim's family also has a lawyer.

OpenID nowhereman1968  |  4/14/2017 6:05 PM  |  Flag  
That other mauler would be easier to store as evidence if it was dead.
Just trying to be helpful.

Blogger Lambchops  |  4/24/2017 10:09 AM  |  Flag  
People claim pit-bulls are sweet and friendly but they are only friendly until they attack someone and maim or kill them. And insurance companies won't even insure someone with a pit bull and that should tell you something. Shelters that have pit-bulls should have to disclose to the people who adopt them what the pit-bull's history has been and even then it is risky to adopt one.

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