2015 pit bull victim #37328

Poor pug mauled by pit bull

On Sunday afternoon (7/26/15), Tyson, an 11-year old pug from Los Angeles went out for a 30-minute walk with his dog walker and few other dogs. The group of dogs included a pit bull named Thor. After the walk, Tyson’s dog walker tied up the dogs outside of a 7-Eleven and stopped in for 10 minutes to pick up a Gatorade, which is when the pit bull attacked Tyson.
During the 7-Eleven stop, Tyson sustained multiple wounds to his neck, chest, torso, and legs. He needed a blood transfusion, a couple of surgeries, a cast, and plenty of stitches. Poor guy was being attacked and couldn’t get away due to their leashes keeping them in distance of each other.

Read the full story here: Reddit discussion

“If a Pit Bull Could Speak” – By Elton Camp

If a pit bull only had the power of speech
Perhaps even the nutters he could reach
Let’s put imagination at play
Think what he well might say

“You knew what I was when you took me in.
Over my genetics, no training can truly win.”

“Call me a ‘nanny dog’ if you will.
Little children I’ll continue to kill.”

“You just think that I love you.
Soon, I’ll be snarling above you.”

“Aggression tests are a joke.
I easily pass after killing folk.”

“Old pit bulls are seldom found.
We are killed in fights or put down.”

“As a therapy dog, choose me.
Of your problem, you’ll be free.”

“Don’t expect me to give just one bite.
I’ll maul and hold with all my might.”

“You’re an idiot if having me thrills you.
“I’m the breed most likely to kill you.”

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Pit bulls: bringing pain, in a world of pain

yorkie-killed-by-pit-bullThis account is just one of many, and representative of the pain and suffering inflicted every time a pit bull does the thing pit bulls were specifically designed and bred to do. Do pit bull advocates care? It doesn’t appear so. While pit bull advocates scream for less restriction and more access to victims, the slaughter of the innocent and unsuspecting rages on in our communities. Open your eyes, talk to your neighbors. You’ll be surprised to find out how many of them have had pets maimed or mauled to death by pit bulls, in attacks that never made the news.

My First Experience with Fighting Dogs

An insightful observation from a friend of mine:

“I had dogmen in my family, well known throughout the South. I wasn’t proud of it. I also had family that raised for field and show. But I want to tell you what it is like walking into a fighting dog ‘kennel’. First of all the ‘kennel’ is outside, usually located in a remote part of a forest, the woods as we call it.

The pits are chained, heavily chained. Car axles are driven into the ground and the chains are attached to these axles with padlocks. Heavy tow chains I might add. From the air, you can spot these kennels, the pits have made circles around, dirt, and you can easily see them. When you walked in and the pits started jumping and running around, the dust is stifling. That’s the life of these pits, put on chains when they are about 4 months old.
When you go into the ‘kennel’, the pits are so happy to see you, just like your own dog greeting you. They aren’t vicious, they aren’t aggressive, they act like any other dog, excited to see you. But stay at chain’s length, is the advice from the dogman. You can pet them, they will roll over for a belly rub too. A layman can be easily deceived by their reactions.

As a course of some undercover work, I had to watch two of the pits that I had petted and rubbed their bellies, fight. To this day, it haunts me. Those two pits that I had so enjoyed were fighting to the death. I am not a drinker, but I did stay drunk for 3 days after this. The only thing that saved me was that it was for the good, my work helped to bust these dogmen, my family members included. I was barely 21. Because of my family, I was called upon a few more times to help gather info on dogmen around my area.

When busts are made of the dogmen, these ‘rescuers’ go in and they see the friendly pits that I saw. They form an opinion that these dogs are ‘forced’ to fight, that they are just normal canines. They aren’t. What these rescuers need to see is what I had to see and be haunted with. What these pits are capable of is beyond your imagination. And once you see the instant aggression, how they fight to the death, you will never see the breed in the same light again.

I didn’t want to tell this tale, But I continue to see how these pits, bred for fighting, are thought of in a light that leads to darkness. Pits are indeed liars.”

Harve Morgan

Another pit bull owner flees the scene of the crime

Please dob this wicked bastard in to the police; he cannot control his dogs and he seems clueless about how to stop an attack once it starts. His ‘pet maulers’ slaughtered tiny Yorkshire Terrier ‘Dylan’ in front of his horrified lady owner. Dylan died in her arms.

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The big lump of useless human flesh ran away when the dying Yorkie’s owner asked that he help her and ring an emergency number. The big man ran away with his cowardly friend and his two British maulers.

The sweet little dog had tried to submit to the attack by rolling onto his back – a clear canine signal for ‘don’t hurt me – you win’ – Pit Bulls ignore this normal canine signal and use it in order to continue their violent attack.

Please share on social media and bring this hateful, cowardly monster and his two killers to account for their crimes.

Staffie owner ‘runs off after dogs maul Yorkshire Terrier to death’ in London park