2014 Dog Bite Fatality: Connecticut Woman, 93, Dies after Vicious Attack by Adopted Pit Bull

Rita Pepe, 93-years old of Branford, Connecticut died on May 25, 2014. Mauling Victim Dies Branford, CT - On April 13, 93-year old Rita Pepe was savagely attacked while walking in her neighborhood by a recently adopted pit bull that charged out of its owner's home. Bill Cronin, one of several neighbors who came to rescue her, told WTNH.com, chillingly, "A large dog emanated from the back of [the] home, and we thought it was chasing a fire truck,” Cronin said. "Then it made an im… [Read full blog post]

Blogger Dissects Deceptive Online Pit Bull Identification Test, 'Find the Pit Bull'

Find the Pit Bull DogsBite.org - Snack Sized Dog, a writer at The Truth About Pit Bulls blog,1 masterfully dissects the online pit bull identification test (Find the Pit Bull) in a recent blog post. The deceptive test, crafted by the pit bull fan club, is designed to show that the average person cannot identify a pit bull. (See our version of a realistic test.) Snack Sized Dog methodically breaks down the deceptions in the test and offers compelling details about each "close" br… [Read full blog post]

2010 Dog Bite Fatality: 56-Year Old Man Killed by Daughter's Six Pit Bulls

From left: Johnny Wilson's home and neighbor Avantis Smith. Mislabeling Alert1 UPDATE 01/18/10: Despite the Chicago Police Department identifying the dogs as pit bulls, director Cherie Travis is now intentionally misleading the media, the citizens of Chicago and the entire U.S. public by stating that the dogs are actually "mixed breed," but she couldn't name the breeds until further evaluation. Travis is clearly a pit bull apologist placing the "protection" of the pit… [Read full blog post]

James Harrison's Pit Bull 'Patron' is Up for Adoption Under New Breed Name

From left: MK (Mary Kay) Kain, Patron the "rehabilitated" triple mauler. Breed Mislabeling Pittsburgh, PA - The Post-Gazette published a "glowing" article about James Harrison's pit bull named Patron. Last month, the dog attacked Harrison's 2-year old son, his wife and another woman sending all three to the hospital. After the multiple assaults, Harrison chose to "rehome" the dog instead of euthanizing it. As DogsBite.org stated back then, the dog would likely be renam… [Read full blog post]