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8 thoughts on “Pit Bull-Mix Chases Horse to Death in Cody, Wyoming

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  1. Somebody give that horse a metal. This was in the City of Riverside, not a rural area. The City of Riverside does not have any household limits on pets and is a mecca for hoarders and breeders.

  2. My heart is breaking.

    en, women, children, dogs, cats, horses, livestock.

    Day after day, and who knows who is next.

    Meanwhile dog fighters keep screaming about their fabricated “constitutional right” to kill us with these dogs.

  3. The horse crushing the pit bull story has been picked up by numerous press sources. This may be because there have been so many horse attacks in the region, in addition to the two recent human fatal attacks in Riverside county.

    Not long ago in Napa county, five horses got spooked by a dog. The horses flew out of their corrals (busting the fencing) and onto a nearby highway. The animals hit a vehicle killing a man. Four of the horses were killed as well.

  4. So now I see that Rob Miller, head of Riverside AC, is apparently in with the No Kill crazies and their breeder and dog fighter friends.

    Another government employee helping private business while hurting the majority of the citizens with insane activities.

  5. Best Friends, by the way, opposes pet limits, partly because they are dealing with the overpopulation at their pseudo “sanctuary” by dumping animals with “foster care” (hoarders) in their area.

    They push this through the No Kill fanatics in other areas. Oppose pet limits and licensing so the hoarders and breeders can take the massive overflow from the “No Kill” shelters.

  6. Horses mauled; pit bull owner could face charges
    DAYTON — Montgomery County officials are considering charges against a pit bull owner whose dogs killed two miniature horses and mauled a third at the Learning Tree Farm.

    The Montgomery County Animal Resource Center has forwarded Friday, March 20, its investigation to the prosecutor’s office, recommending for two counts of improperly confinement of a vicious dog and two counts of failure to have the required liability insurance for such animals. Each count is a misdemeanor with a possible penalty of six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.

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