Coroner: Dead Before Mauling - Man Found Dead Could be Result of Dog Pack Attack in Big Spring, Texas

Big Spring police suspect that Jasson Bullard, 40-years old, was killed by a loose dog pack. Post-Mortem Bites UPDATE 01/08/24: Preliminary autopsy findings indicate that Jasson Bullard, 40, died of pulmonary emphysema with bullae formation, a chronic lung condition, and that animal predation occurred post-mortem. Bullard's death marks the second high profile case in 2023 where post-mortem predation (bite damage) occurred. Bullard's body was exposed in an outdoor… [Read full blog post]

Suspected Dog Bite Fatality: Man, 29, Found Dead in Garage with Multiple Dog Bites in Miami-Dade County

Police suspect a fatal dog mauling after man was found dead in his garage with multiple dog bites. Dog Mauling Suspected Kendall, FL - A man was discovered dead in his home with multiple bite marks. Miami-Dade police suspect he was killed by his own dog. Around 7:07 pm, police and animal control were dispatched to a home in the 12000 block of Southwest 104th Terrace. Police were alerted by a friend of the victim, who had not heard from him since Sunday. When the friend came to his hom… [Read full blog post]

Coroner: Dead Before Mauling - Spokane County Woman Found Dead in Vacant Field with Aggressive Dog

The medical examiner ruled that Carol Streit, 65, died of a heart attack. Post-Mortem Bites UPDATE 12/21/23: Despite the grisly details about this death, including the victim's left arm being "skin and bones," her right hand missing, found wearing only a bra, her pants pulled below her waist and blood-stained clothing found in a nearby field, the Spokane Medical Examiner's Office said Carol Streit died of natural causes, a heart attack. The animal predation (bite damage)… [Read full blog post]

Woman, 36, Found Dead at Lansing Home; Police Initially Suspected a Fatal Dog Mauling then Cleared the Dogs

Lansing police initially suspected that a 36-year old woman was killed by two dogs. Dogs Cleared in Attack UPDATE 04/17/23: The Lansing State Journal reports that police have "cleared" the two dogs seized after a woman's death Friday that police initially termed a "possible attack." Ingham County Animal Control Deputy Director Dan Verhougstraete told the Journal on Monday the dogs were cleared to be returned to their owner and were not involved in the death. "We do not have… [Read full blog post]