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7 thoughts on “Dine-n-Dash in Austin: Pit Bull Owner Flees with Dogs After Attack

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  1. Hmmm…This one is interesting.

    Petsmart knows there is a dog shredding danger with Pit Bulls and has issued rules against allowing them into their Doggie Daycare. Yet, they continue to roll the dice and welcome pit bull community animal crueltry specialists and their gladiators into Petsmart stores.

    Since this attack happened on Petsmart property, do they have liability or does the 16th century legal blindspot protect them?

    It is convienent that they have a vet on premises in an establishment that allows pit bulls to frolic among other dogs!

  2. Ban them, Austin! It’s the ONLY thing that gives any city the legal teeth to deal with pit bulls! AND it has the added benefit that some of the dirt bags will leave, AND that other dirt bags will never come in. Win, win, WIN!

  3. This is Leena’s husband Paul. We’ve set up a web site with the whole story and media coverage. We have some promising leads, but the story is getting complex.

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