DogsBite's GivingTuesday Challenge 2020 - Rising Above & Beyond During COVID-19

Join us on December 1 for our GivingTuesday Challenge 2020 on Facebook! DogsBite's 2020 Fundraiser DogsBite.org - Tuesday, December 1 is #GivingTuesday. This year we are fundraising for "Rising Above and Beyond During COVID-19." Facebook will match up to $7 million dollars under a new matching scheme! The match starts at 8:00 am Eastern Time. We promised you in May that we would "Stay the course during COVID-19." We did. And then some. We rose above and beyond during this glo… [Read full blog post]

2016 Fatal Dog Attack Breed Identification Photographs

72% of All Dog Bite Fatalities Had Breed Identification Images Photographs of six fatally attacking dogs in 2016 obtained from multiple sources. Jump down to view all 2016 breed identification photographs or read our analysis first. DogsBite.org - In 2013, we began the tradition of publishing breed identification photographs of fatally attacking dogs when available through news reports, social media websites and law enforcement. Of the 29 dog bite fatalities recorde… [Read full blog post]

2015 Fatal Dog Attack Breed Identification Photographs

Most Powerful Images Came from Social Media Photographs of six fatally attacking dogs in 2015 obtained from multiple sources. Jump down to view all 2015 breed identification photographs or read our analysis first. DogsBite.org - In 2013, we began the tradition of publishing breed identification photographs of fatally attacking dogs when available through news reports, law enforcement or social media websites. Of the 35 total recorded deaths last year, 16 fatalities,… [Read full blog post]

Aurora Voters Favor Keeping Pit Bull Ban by Wide Margin in First General Election Vote

64% Voted in Favor of Keeping the City's Pit Bull Ban UPDATE: November 24, Final Election Results Final election results have been posted for all three counties. The final results for Proposition 2D in Adams County shows a 60% to 40% margin in favor of keeping the pit bull ban (total votes 6,744). Arapahoe County, which contains the bulk of the Aurora voters, shows a 65% to 35% margin in favor of keeping the pit bull ban (total votes 92,747). Douglas County, with only a small numbe… [Read full blog post]