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. Asking for Felony Charges UPDATE 12/27/19: Prosecutors are now seeking felony charges after three pit bulls viciously attacked 47-year old Lorena Cordova on September 16 in Dacula, Georgia. Cordova suffered life-threatening injuries in the attack, including "considerable muscle and nerve damage in all of her limbs," organ damage and bacterial and fungal infections. By November… [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.  Manslaughter Charges UPDATE 12/30/19: In a startling development, Heather Anglin and Aaron Daniels were arrested in connection to the pit bull mauling death of a homeless man last month. On November 11, Lasaro Macedo, 38, was discovered dead in a dry riverbed with multiple dog bite injuries. Police shot and killed an aggressive white male pit bull with blood on its snout at the scene. Both Anglin… [Read full blog post]

2018 Dog Bite Fatality: Rottweilers Kill Grandmother, Injure Two Grandchildren, One Critically, in Robeson County

The Pack of Rottweilers Belonged to the Grandmother's Brother Esta Currier, 73-years old, was brutally killed by four rottweilers in Robeson County, Involuntary Manslaughter UPDATE 12/31/19: Just over a year after a pack of rottweilers killed a grandmother and severely injured two of her grandchildren, criminal charges have been filed. Brenda and Carey Walters are charged with involuntary manslaughter in connection to the death of 73-year old Esta Currier, accordin… [Read full blog post]

Pit Bulls Lead 'Bite' Counts Across U.S. Cities and Counties

Dog Biting Incidents: 2013 to 2020 DogsBite.org - From February 2013 to present, Animal control and health departments in 19 U.S. states report that pit bulls are leading all breeds in biting incidents, including: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin. The oft-quoted claim that pit bulls "do not bite more than ot… [Read full blog post]