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9 thoughts on “2011 Dog Bite Fatality: Kalamazoo Infant Mauled to Death by Family Pit Bull

  1. http://www.fox17online.com/news/fox17-kalamazoo-baby-dies-after-being-mauled-by-family-dog-20110219,0,2774027.story

    time to start rejecting the pit nutter excuses.

    "The pit-bull, unprovoked pushed open the closed bedroom door entered the room and attacked the sleeping infant."
    (the mutant was NOT abused/neglected and living outside on a chain)

    "The victim’s mother and his two-year-old sibling were present at the time of this incident."
    (the infant was not left alone with the dog)

    "The family has had the pit-bull as a family pet for approximately 11 months."
    (the one year old dog was raised with the kids and was not new to the family)

    now we wait for reproductive status

  2. "I know some of our officers who responded to the scene, and some of our detectives who investigated it — talking to a few of them, say it was the worst incident they've ever been exposed to, in 20-plus years of law enforcement. And that's to say a lot."
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    This is a spinning record — happens every time there is a fatal pit bull mauling, about every 21 days!

  3. Such a horrible preventable tragedy. To your point, Maul Talk, most of the advice I have seen about bringing new babies into a house with dogs, it is all from the dog's point of view, as in, how to make sure your precious dog isn't overlooked and gets the attention it needs, because the poor thing will feel neglected. Never is it mentioned that the animal could attack and kill the "interloper."

  4. I saw those pit bull nutters with their dog playing with children in the streets. Dogs like those shouldn't be allowed to be born, but politicians are persuaded by the press into 'thinking' that they are safe if raised right.

    What a load of crap. Their only friendly until they kill you, and they will if they gt a chance!

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