2024 Dog Bite Fatality: 2-Year Old Killed by Dog in North Alabama Marking Second Child 'Death by Dog' in Region in 4 Days

Mark Alan, 2-years old, was killed by a dog in north Alabama on Friday evening. Toddler Killed by Dog New Hope, AL - A 2-year old boy is dead after being attacked by a dog in New Hope Friday evening. The city is 40 mile east of Hartselle, where 4-year old Beau Clark was brutally killed by an Olde English bulldog on Monday. Beau was buried earlier today; over a thousand people attended his funeral. On Friday, at about 5:21 pm, Huntsville Emergency Medical Services Inc., (HEMSI) respo… [Read full blog post]

2024 Dog Bite Fatality: Child Dies After Violent Bull Breed Mauling in Morgan County, Alabama

Beau Clark, 4-years old, died after a violent bull breed mauling in Morgan County, Alabama. No Criminal Charges UPDATE 02/29/24: On Thursday, Morgan County Sheriff Ron Puckett issued a release, stating that no charges are expected in the death of 4-year old Beau Clark. Investigators determined the dog was "securely maintained on its own property" and had "no history of violent or aggressive behavior." The child was riding his bike, but for "unknown reasons entered the yar… [Read full blog post]

2024 Dog Bite Fatality: Newborn Dies After Being 'Bit by a Dog' and 'Head Injury' in Milford, Connecticut

A 2-week old baby died after being "bit by a dog" and "head injury" in Milford. Cause of Death Released UPDATE 02/29/24: The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner determined the infant died of blunt impact injury to his head, reports Milford Mirror. The manner of death was accidental. The Mirror also confirms our earlier reporting of data obtained from the audio dispatch log files of the Milford Fire Department. Firefighters responded to the home after a 911 call reported a dog… [Read full blog post]

2024 Dog Bite Fatality: Teenager, 19, Killed by Dogs on Fort Hall Reservation; Few Details Released

Carlon Galloway, 19, was killed by dogs on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation. Victim's Parents Speak Out UPDATE 02/07/24: On Monday, Carlon Galloway's family spoke to East Idaho News to clear Carlon's name and provide more details about the violent dogs that took his life on January 31. Carlon was on a walk that morning when he was attacked and killed by a pack of 12 dogs, his father, Daniel De La Cruz and his step-mother, Linna De La Cruz, said. His sudden and horrific death came tw… [Read full blog post]