2020 Dog Bite Fatality: Doctor Killed by Suspected Roaming Dogs in Lyons, Georgia

Dr. Nancy Shaw, 62-years old, was killed by suspected roaming dogs in Lyons, Georgia. Suspected Dogs Captured UPDATE 05/12/20: Three of the four dogs suspected in the mauling death of a 62-year old doctor have been captured and are being held as evidence, Southeast Georgia Today reports. A fourth dog was shot and killed by a Lyons resident after it attempted to break into a man's chicken pen. The dogs are reportedly "bulldog-mixes," which is a generic term in much of the south,… [Read full blog post]

2020 Dog Bite Fatality: Pack of Dogs Kill Woman Living at 'Home Sweet Home' Assisted Living Facility in Florida

Beverly Jean Dove, 60, was killed by dogs while staying at an assisted living facility. Sheriff's Press Release Washington County, FL - The Washington County sheriff's office issue a press release Friday afternoon for a fatal dog mauling that occurred on Tuesday, March 3, near Chipley. A female resident of Home Sweet Home, an assisted living facility, was discovered badly injured about 4:00 pm. She was transported to a local hospital where she later died of her injuries. In… [Read full blog post]

2020 Dog Bite Fatality: Man Who Uses Wheelchair Killed by Pack of Dogs in Attala County, Mississippi

Harvey Harmon Jr., 76-years old, was killed by a pack of dogs in central Mississippi. Man Killed by Dogs Attala County, MS - A man is dead after being mauled to death by a pack of dogs, Attala County Sheriff Tim Nail confirmed today. The attack occurred last Thursday at a home on Highway 14 West, in the Palestine community near Kosciusko. Four dogs were involved in the deadly attack, according to Nail, and were at the scene when deputies arrived. Two dogs belonged to a relative of Ha… [Read full blog post]

2020 Dog Bite Fatality: Woman Killed by Pack of Dogs on Tribal Land at Taos Pueble in New Mexico

Police believe Kay Torres died after being attacked by a pack of dogs at Taos Pueblo. Woman Killed by Dogs Taos Pueblo, NM - Law enforcement believe a woman was killed by a pack of dogs on tribal land in early January. Taos Pueblo Gov. Edwin Concha confirmed that the New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator is looking into her death. The obituary for 52-year old Kay Torres states she passed away unexpectedly on January 8. Her sister, Sandra Bible, said Torres had worked for Ta… [Read full blog post]