2018 Dog Bite Fatality: Adopted Dog Kills Baby Girl While in Foster Care in Clearwater, Florida

Foster Parent is Police Officer; Dog Adopted Out by County Khloe Ann Williams, 7-months old, was killed by a family dog while in foster care. Delayed 911 Call UPDATE 11/15/18: Another bombshell that was foreshadowed during a press conference last month was dropped Wednesday. After the dog severely attacked infant Khloe on October 5, Pamela Maser, the babysitter, delayed the 911 call. Pamela first called her son, Clearwater Police Detective Jonathan Maser, who is the fost… [Read full blog post]

2017 Dog Bite Fatality: 8-Month Old Baby Boy Killed by Family Pit Bull in Calvert County, Maryland

The Family Pit Bull Attacked the Baby 'Out of The Blue' Jase Fohs, 8-months old, was killed by a family pit bull in Lusby, Maryland. Family Pit Bull Confirmed UPDATE 03/24/17: At the news conference Friday, Calvert County Sheriff Mike Evans said the dog that killed an 8-month old baby was a family pit bull, 6 to 8-years old. The family had raised the dog since it was a puppy. The animal attacked the baby "out of the blue," he said. The dog had no history of aggression, Evans said. The f… [Read full blog post]

2013 Dog Bite Fatality: Union City Boy, 6, Killed by Uncle's Pet Pit Bull

Nephi Selu pictured with Kava, the family pit bull that killed the child. Mother Speaks Out UPDATE 06/20/13: The 2-year old male pit bull named Kava that killed a 6-year old boy was euthanized on Tuesday. On Wednesday, the dog owner was identified as Kelala Keanaaina, a San Mateo police officer, and the boy's uncle. Now the boy's mother is speaking out for the first time. Tilema Selu said Nephi was her only child. She said that Nephi was very close to the dog, which is why this comes… [Read full blog post]

2009 Dog Bite Fatality: Police Officer Couple's Infant Killed by Family Dog

Chow Kills 2-Week Old Mesa, AZ - On Wednesday, the mother of a 2-week old baby girl -- who is a police officer with the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community -- stepped away from her baby momentarily to use the bathroom. She had left the baby in a low-lying bassinet or crib. When she returned, she discovered the family dog, a chow (or a chow-mix), had severely bitten the infant. By the time Mesa paramedics arrived the baby was unresponsive and pronounced dead on the scene. Detec… [Read full blog post]