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14 thoughts on “2012 Dog Bite Fatality: Yadkin County Infant Mauled to Death by Family Dog

  1. Spidey sense is tingling that if this was a lab or a golden retriever they would be singing it out from every mountain top!

    The Carolinas love their dogfighting and Pit/Rott DBRFs, but they usually go after the owner for manslaughter.

    How many DBRFs is that for the US in 2012?!?

  2. Drum roll… the very first post, 11/11/2012
    http://www.goyadkin.com/voice/view/?startview=40&msg=121330&h=121537

    H202wine Posted 12:36 am, 11/11/2012

    "Has anyone heard about the terrible incident at Deep Creek Kennel on Friday? Wondering what will happen to the Rottweiler that attacked the baby. People always talk about how great the dog is around children. So sweet until they snap! I honestly doubt a 3-month-old baby could provoke a dog; seems like that is always a great excuse."

  3. Pits and Rotts have now killed 258 Americans since the last CDC Report concluded breed has little to do with the DBRF issue.

    Oh well…Hose the blood off the sidewalk and pump out another litter!

  4. "The dog responsible for the fatal attack on a 2-month-old Yadkin County girl on Friday was found dead when emergency officials arrived on the scene, a Yadkin County official said Wednesday.
    Anna Hamby, the county’s animal control director, said that her department was called by the sheriff’s office after the attack Friday in the Forbush community.
    “The owner met him (the animal control officer) with the dog, and it was deceased at that time,” Hamby said.
    She said she did not have information on how the dog died."

    That is the only positive aspect about this story.
    At least we don't have to worry about an effort to save the poor misunderstood doggy……..

  5. I've been doing some research of my own on this (including reading other blogs) and here is what I found out. Note that I cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information:

    The dog was owned by Dixie's *grandmother* who was babysitting the infant at the time. The rottweiler dog "somehow" got out of the room in which it was being held and killed the baby.

    Its believed that the father of the baby killed the dog.

  6. Here's the comment from the alleged father:

    Bryson Jennings
    Works at Montes Body Specialties

    they werent alone the dog was in a pen and was never around my baby, wasnt our dog either
    Reply · 1 · Like · November 14 at 9:18am

    Bryson Jennings
    Works at Montes Body Specialties

    yes MY baby girl……. dog was a rottwieller, i will not go into to details but the dog got out of enclosure while my wife was attending to something else, you cant watch a child every second of every day, she only was gone for less than a minute it wasnt my dog it was my mothers please people quit speculating and just accept it and pray for us we dont need people makin us out as bad neglecting parents cause that is not what we are we loved our daughter and would never put her in harms way maybe it was preventable, but only if you can fortell time and we cant
    Reply · 9 · Like · November 14 at 4:49pm

    http://www.wxii12.com/news/local-news/foothills/3-month-old-dies-after-bitten-by-family-dog-in-Yadkin-County/-/10626528/17390576/-/an30m4z/-/index.html

  7. This 'not bad, not child-neglecting' family had the one Rottenmauler put down that killed the baby. The others, who share the killer's genes, are still alive and breeding.

    The supposed father still doesn't get it either that it could have been prevented by choosing a non-Weapon Breed to make money with. He still doesn't get it that the child was *foretellably* in harm's way before she was conceived just simply by the selfish, stupid, egoistic, narcissistic choice of Grandma to breed weapon dogs…or even own one.

    These people clearly blamed the one weapon dog. When will they get it that they need to be blaming themselves too? This might sound harsh towards people who just lost a child — but if they don't blame themselves, they'll continue to endanger both their own and other people's children. I have more sympathy with those children than with any of the pathologically selfish adults.

  8. "Robin Jennings, who is related to Dixie Jennings, and owns Deep Creek Kennel. Jennings has been training and showing Rottenmaulers for 28 years and is a former president of the Yadkin County Humane Society and animal-cruelty investigator, according to the kennel's website."

    If the former President of a County Humane society who is a dog trainer and kennel owner with 28 years experience, can't protect family members from a Rottenmauler…Shouldn't you?!?

    *You Can't Make This Stuff Up!

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