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6 thoughts on “2 Adults Severely Attacked by Pit Bulls in Indianapolis

  1. At the planned Nathan Winograd No Kill conference promoted by Best Friends with whom Winograd has an affiliation

    we see “Warren Patitz is Director of Move to Act, an organization working to reduce rates of shelter killing in Indianapolis, IN. He is also chair of the Indianapolis Animal Control Advisory Board and owner of Doggone Connection LLC, a behavior training service designed to reduce dog surrender rates in Indianapolis shelters and those of surrounding communities.”

    appearing at a conference run by Winograd, who is being heavily promoted by dog breeders including pit bull breeders, and right there with someone from the American Dog Owners Association (breeders/pit bull breeders.)

    Question. Does Indianapolis know about this person’s associations as he works to INFLUENCE ANIMAL CONTROL AND LAWS?

  2. and will Warren Patitz ” owner of Doggone Connection LLC, a behavior training service designed to reduce dog surrender rates in Indianapolis shelters and those of surrounding communities.”

    financially benefit from No Kill in Indianapolis? As in getting paid to evaluate pit bulls and deeming them able to be rehabiliatated? Or getting tax dollars to rehabilitate pit bulls?

  3. Well…well, after convincing the city council not to pursue BSL Pit Bull bites have increased almost 30 percent in Indy

    PitNutters Decieved, More medical treatment was received.

  4. I can’t beleive the owner is in prison. A pit bull owner that’s a criminal, who would have thought.

  5. Actually, according to Indiana state the law “The Owner” is actually the possessor or harborer of the dog…Finger pointing towards her son-felon might work for the nutters trying to blame “The Owner” but it doesn’t get her out of it.

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