2019 Dog Bite Fatality: Greenville Woman Severely Mauled by Her Own Dogs Dies Hours Later

Nancy Cherryl Burgess-Dismuke, 52, died of "extremely severe" dog bite injuries. Clarifications UPDATE 02/28/19: Katora Strickland, the dog mauling victim's niece, goes by Strickland Linda on Facebook. When Fox Carolina interviewed Strickland after Nancy Burgess-Dismuke's horrific mauling death, they flashed a photo showing two pit bulls and a chihuahua lying on and near a bed. The interview also stated that Burgess-Dismuke had seven dogs in her household. But the… [Read full blog post]

2017 Dog Bite Fatality: Dogs Kill 8-Year Old Boy, Injure Another in South Carolina

Korbin seen with his friend Caleb, who tried to save him from the attacking dogs. Neighbor Carried Gun UPDATE 12/05/17: On Tuesday a resident of Daniel Morgan Road, who lives next door to the owner of the dogs that killed an 8-year old boy and injured another, spoke about the history of the dogs. Donald Blanton said that he and his wife have had problems with the dogs for years. "When I was cutting my grass I carried a gun to make sure the dogs didn’t come at me," he said. "When I was outs… [Read full blog post]

2015 Dog Bite Fatality: Pet Pit Bull Kills 25-Year Old in Spartanburg County, South Carolina

Nicole Cartee with her pit bull named "Spike" (Uploaded to Facebook 2/12/2012) No Criminal Charges UPDATE 08/25/15: Lab results for the pit bull that violently attacked its owners, killing one, came back negative for rabies. The male unaltered pit bull named "Spike" had been with the family for over a decade when it "snapped" Saturday killing Nicole Cartee, 25-years old, and seriously injuring her mother. Jamie Nelson, the director of Spartanburg County Environmental E… [Read full blog post]

Pit Bull Attack Survivor Attends Court Hearing and The Universal Prayer for All Dog Mauling Victims

DHEC employee Eric Rogers seated at hearing, dog owner bottom right. Survivor Eric Rogers Dillon, SC - On February 3, an employee of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control was out on a work related call when he was viciously attacked by two pit bulls. At some point during the 20-minute attack, he was able to call 911. When deputies arrived, they shot and killed both dogs still engaged in the attack. His injuries were so severe he was placed into a medica… [Read full blog post]