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Our GivingTuesday Challenge - We are on the Right Side of this Issue The founder of DogsBite.org, Colleen Lynn, delivers keynote at victims' awareness day event. GivingTuesday Challenge DogsBite.org - On December 3, GivingTuesday, our nonprofit kicks off our annual fundraising drive that takes place at different times on social media, our mailing list and blog. On Tuesday, we are fundraising on Facebook for "We Are on the Right Side of this Issue." We need your help to make… [Read full blog post]

2019 Dog Bite Fatality: Woman Dies After Vicious Dog Attack in Dacula, Georgia that Occurred in September

Lorena Cordova, 47, died after a vicious dog attack in Dacula that occurred in September. Victim Identified UPDATE 11/30/19: Local media outlets confirmed the death of 47-year old Lorena Cordova, who died on November 21 after suffering severe injuries from a dog attack on September 16. Her daughter, Ingrid Alvarado, 23, said the neighbor's three pit bulls had been an ongoing problem. Alvarado found her mother that morning, injured and bleeding out on the pavement, report… [Read full blog post]

2019 Dog Bite Fatality: Man Mauled to Death by One or More Vicious Pit Bulls in Madera, California

Police seek pit bull owner Heather Anglin after her dogs killed a man in Madera.  Fatal Dog Mauling UPDATE 11/13/19: Police have identified a 38-year old man found dead in a dry riverbed on Monday. Lasaro Macedo was discovered deceased in the 1400 block East Yosemite Avenue. "An autopsy was conducted and ruled that Macedo died as a result of injuries he sustained during a dog attack," states a release from the Madera Police Department. An aggressive male pit bull was shot and ki… [Read full blog post]

2019 Dog Bite Fatality: Elderly Woman Dies After Dog Attack in Suffield; Attack Occurred at Home of Animal Activist

Pit Bull Belongs to HSUS Senior State Director Annie Hornish Janet D'Aleo, 95-years old, died Wednesday after a dog attack in Suffield. Appeals Destruction Order UPDATE 11/26/19: Suffield Police have completed their investigation after a pit bull belonging to Annie Hornish, the Connecticut senior state director of the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), killed an elderly woman while she visited Hornish's residence on November 6. Hornish told media outlets aft… [Read full blog post]