Another Gruesome Attack by a ‘Grandparent’s Pet Pit Bull’ Leaves Child Disfigured

Permanent disfiguring pit bull injury suffered by Sarah Baily. Ear Attachment Fails UPDATE 04/13/11: WSBT reported yesterday that Sarah Bailey has permanently lost the ear that was bitten off by her grandfather's pit bull last month. "Doctors reattached the ear while giving Sarah blood thinners to keep it alive," explains the WSBT reporter. "But her ear recently died. The doctors were forced to remove it." The news group also reports that Sarah's mother is now facing evic… [Read full blog post]

2011 Dog Bite Fatality: Rottweilers Kill 3-Year Old Girl in Delaware County, Iowa

Vanessa Husmann, 3-years old, was killed by her grandfather's two rottweilers. Family Speaks Out UPDATE 03/07/11: New information has been released about the attack that killed Vanessa, including the 911 call made by Blake Muller.1 The child's mother, Rhonda Marty, said the girl was "never left unattended with the dogs. Somehow they had gotten out on their own." She said that the dogs might have dug underneath the fence surrounding the kennel. But no one knows for sure. The… [Read full blog post]

2010 Dog Bite Fatality: East Texas Child Killed by Grandfather's Pet Pit Bull

From left: Kaden Muckleroy, Rusk County officials, on property kennels and animal control. Compounded Pain UPDATE 11/11/10: reports painful news about Kaden Muckleroy's family, including that the boy's father was murdered last year. "Please Lord, we can't take no more. We just can't take it," Rosie Jordan, a cousin of Kaden, shouted out Wednesday night at the home on Rusk County Road 421 where the incident occurred. Family members said the child had been p… [Read full blog post]

2010 Dog Bite Fatality: Concord Child Killed by Step-Grandfather's Pit Bulls

The victim, Jacob Bisbee, and Steven Hayashi in jailhouse interview in 2010. One Year in County Jail UPDATE 07/07/14: Nearly four years after the brutal pit bull mauling death of 2-year old Jacob Bisbee, the owner of the dogs, 56-year old Steven Hayashi of Concord, was sentenced to one year in county jail and three years formal probation. Hayashi was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in April and could have been sentenced to 10-years in state prison. On July 22, 2010 Jaco… [Read full blog post]