Beyond the Interview: Father of Child Killed by Babysitter's Pit Bulls Speaks Out After Attack

'Believing the Myth is What Left Us Without a Son'June 10th Interview Walworth, WI - On March 6, Daxton Borchardt, 14-months old, was savagely killed by two pit bulls while under the care of his babysitter. Susan Iwiki, 30-years old, was babysitting Dax at her home on North Lakeshore Drive when her two pit bulls attacked. In his first interview about the deadly attack, Jeff Borchardt, 39-years old, spoke candidly about his son's death. He said that after hearing about a toddle… [Read full blog post]

Did You Know That DogsBite.org Consists of Over 2,200 Web Pages?

Revisiting Important Posts and PagesDogsBite.org - To help new readers gain stronger footing, we are revisiting important parts of the website. These posts and pages address common questions that are sent into DogsBite.org from across the United States. Other ways to gain an overview of this website is by browsing Sticky Stories and Must Read Posts. For daily updates pertaining to dangerous dogs and pit bull issues, along with its growing blog sphere, readers can follow t… [Read full blog post]

Video: Father of Boy Killed by Pit Bulls Warns About Dangerous Myth

Dax is Gone: A father's story after his son was mauled to death by his babysitter's pit bulls. DogsBite.org - On March 6th, 14-month old Daxton Borchardt was brutally mauled to death by his babysitter's two pit bulls while under her care. For the past 6 weeks, DogsBite.org has been working closely with the boy's father, Jeff Borchardt, and the babysitter, Susan Iwicki. The 6,000 word blog post to be published on Friday, July 26th tells the full story of what happened on March 6th… [Read full blog post]

2013 Dog Bite Fatality: Liberty County Woman Mauled to Death by Dog

Dog Shot and Killed UPDATE 07/02/13: The Houston Chronicle reports that the dog that killed a 63-year old woman on Monday was shot to death Tuesday night. Since the attack, the animal has managed to evade deputies who mounted a serious search effort in the Woodland Hills subdivision where the attack occurred. Liberty County Sheriff's Office warned area residents to "NOT approach this dog" and to keep small children and family pets inside their home until the animal was captu… [Read full blog post]