7-Year Old Clarskville Boy Attacked by Pit Bull
Clarksville, TN - A young boy was playing in his yard when a pit bull broke loose from its chain and dragged him into nearby bushes. Alex Miller said the dog came out of nowhere and started biting him. The first-grader's father, Chris Miller said, "There was no warning .. no time for anything. It was a straight attack."
In other words, a B-Line Attack, the most deadly kind. In such an attack, there is no question of the dog's intention: Induce maximum harm.
The boy is lucky to be alive. He was left with bite marks and puncture wounds on his right shoulder, wrists and head. He was left with emotional trauma too; his father says the boy is now afraid to play in his own yard. Randy McCullough, the dog's owner, said he feels badly about what happened. He said, "I was telling them countless times that I was sorry."
For the next 10 days, McCullough is keeping the dogs in his garage -- either because he doesn't want to pay to have them quarantined or because there is no room at the local shelter. He says he will have the dogs put down after the observation period. Unfortunately, he might change his mind, a lot of these dog owners do. Watch the video and make this determination yourself.