"As we were leaving, a young lady came in with her two pit bulls and unleashed them. As I went to pick up my Pomeranian, the two pit bulls actually started biting and really trying to maul my dog ... tear into his sides and really shake him, shake him."
Frazier said she yelled at the pit bulls' owner, but "all she did was stand there and yell at the dog." Her dog died in my arms, on my lap, on the way to the vet. As Frazier was trying to pull the pit bulls off her dog, her video camera was dangling from her wrist and captured part of the attack. Frazier said the woman should not have been there with both pit bulls if she was unable to control them.
Animal control said that after the attack, the pit bulls' owner leashed the dogs and then walked away. Anyone with information about the unidentified pit bull owner can contact Long Beach Animal Control at 562-570-7387.