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.
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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.
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.
Outrage is spreading over the story of the veteran who was denied access to transportation by a Detroit bus driver. “I have PTSD and he helps me cope with people and situations”, said Tyrone Washington, a decorated ex-marine, pictured here with his beloved therapy dog, “punisher”.
“I’ve been fighting prejudice all my life, but I never expected this”. Just because my service dog isn’t some lab or golden doesn’t make him dangerous. They call him a “hyena” but that don’t mean a thing. I raised him right, and it’s all about how they are raised. This is profiling, straight up!”
What do you think? should this injustice be allowed to continue? Sound off in the comments section!
In Ohio, pit bulls had been regulated since 1987, in legislation passed in the aftermath of several horrific pit bull attacks, in order to prevent additional attacks and protect innocent members of the public.
In 2012 a group of determined Toledo-area pit bull advocates prevailed upon the Ohio legislature to go behind the backs of the voters and remove the legal protections that had been in place concerning the ownership of pit bull type dogs. After these legal protections were removed, pit owners were emboldened and the horrific pit bull attacks began to ramp up in earnest.
Zainabou Drame, 6 years old, pictured below, was mauled in an unprovoked attack by the neighbor’s pit bulls who broke her jaw and tore out her tongue. Zainabou was in an induced coma for weeks. She will never speak again.
The pit bull owner did not face any charges in the attack, as he enjoyed the protections afforded by the new Ohio legislation. It’s unfortunate that there was no protection for Zainabou.
Commissioner Jane Philbrook apparently sees no need for proactive measures to protect victims, instead favoring a system under which harm must first come to victims before any action is taken – a system which favors the rights of dangerous dog fanciers to inflict these nightmares on their communities rather than the rights of the community – and innocent victims like Zainabou – to live in peace.