On 04/14/17, at 4:30pm, I Deputy Warden N. Christian was dispatched to the area of Carnation Drive and Blue Bonnett Drive on an injury-possible dangerous or vicious dog to a minor. I arrived at the location and was met by dog owner Christine Belcher and Blendon Township Police Department (BTPD) Detective Sergeant E. Moynihan. I asked what happen, Ms. Belcher stated that her daughter Daisha Decree were walking their Rottweiler name Bolt when victim Victor Schuetz asked to pet the dog, Ms. Decree give permission. Mr. V Schuetz started petting Bolt on the underside of his neck and move to the top of his head where he was bit.
On 11/10/17 at approximately 1:20pm, I Deputy Warden N. Christian with Franklin County Animal Care and Control (FCACC) was dispatched to 3505 Fremont St Apt 1 on a dog on dog or cat attack, no known owner. I arrived on scene at approximately 1:42pm, I met with victim dog owner Laura Curran. Ms. Curran stated she was walking her two dogs (miniature pinscher and chihuahua) around 8:30am. Ms. Curran stated that a unknown chow chow came out of no where and proceeded to attack her miniature pinscher. Ms. Curran with the assistance of a unknown male was able to get the chow chow off her dog.
On 05/06/17, at 11:43am, I Deputy Warden N. Christian was dispatched to 523 S Wayne Ave on a dog on dog or cat attack, no known owner. I arrived at the location and was met by Columbus Division of Police (CPD) and complainant Raquel Fuentes. I asked what happened; Ms. Fuentes stated that she was taken part in a community event by assisting with neighborhood clean-up with her dog (small white terrier) when a brown/white Pit Bull came out of nowhere and proceeded to attack her dog. With the assistance of passerby they were able to get the brown/white Pit Bull away from Ms. Fuentes dog.
Kathy stated that she gave one of the dogs to Samuel as a gift. I advised Samuel that he could take his other dogs and the one that was given to him as a gift with him. Kathy grabbed her bags with her property in them and got in a truck with her son. As her son was backing the truck out, Kathy said
On 11/26/17, at approximately10:47am, I Deputy Warden N. Christian with Franklin County Animal Care and Control (FCACC) was dispatched to 3269 E. 12th on on a dog at large, patrol only. I arrived on scene at approximately11:25am, I was flagged down by a unknown African American male who pointed out the location of a pit bull (black) loose behind the above stated address. I took a picture of the pit bull loose. I exited my vehicle and approached the pit bull. I was able to place a leash on the pit bull without any issues.
Hillsborough County first added a clause saying they would allow only existing stores to sell puppy mill puppies as long as they went through an inspection from the USDa. The city council decided months later to take more extreme measures by removing the exemption after it was
Tyler was brought to the Humane Society at the age of 3. He was abandoned at the shelter with his sister Tipper. Tyler and Tipper were born barn dogs and had never lived inside, were not house-trained, and except for being fed, they had little to no attention. Both dogs were doused with dirt, were matted and of course, Tyler was
¨ We are in front dragging you guys and humans are behind following us¨ Missy said sounding like a leader. ¨ Whatever you say wise one.¨ Lacey said in a sarcastic voice. After they had a whole conversation about the dog planet, They walked to the local park that was in the middle of their neighborhood and Lacey was talking to Missy and teaching her new tricks. Couple minutes later, these two big, rude boys walked up too Lacey and Missy and said ¨ Why are you talking to that stupid dog.¨ ¨ Why do you care if i'm talking to my dog. P.S, Missy is more intelligent than you¨ ¨
Foer's essay analyzes his city's complex civic situation regarding dogs and parks "... On December 5th the Board of Health will vote..." (Foer 214). That situation initiated a conversation about his dog and then a more broader conversation on human/animal relationships "Our various struggles-to communicate, to recognize and accommodate each other's desires-simply to coexist..." (Foer 215). Foer states that dogs perhaps don't belong in the city "it's easy to forget just how strange it is that dogs live in New York in the first place" (Foer 214).
When examining the argument of whether BSL is fair to pit bulls, one must view both sides of the debate. The reason why the pit bull is thought of as such an aggressive dog, is that these dogs were bred specifically for their strength. " Bull and terrier breeds were created in early 19th-century England for the popular spectator sports of bull- and bear-baiting." (DogTime) Over the last forty years the pit bull has been a large debate because of the amount of fatal attacks that have been from these dogs. "
On 10/15/17, at approximately 11:05am, I Deputy Warden N. Christian with Franklin County Animal Care and Control (FCACC) was dispatched to 2269 Summit St on a dog being held. I arrived at the location at approximately 12:21pm, I spoke to the complainant who stated he saw the dog running loose in the general area. The complainant was scared the pit bull (tan/wht) would run into the street. I had the complainant complete a animal release form. I placed the pit bull in my vehicle.
Should Pit bulls be allowed as pets? “Blame the deed not the breed” says pit bull owners or several people who are for the breed. Several pit bull owners are protesting year after year just so their dog does not get taken away from them or put down. People shouldn’t blame the breed just because of one dog’s action. Numerous Anti-Pit bull protesters believe the whole pit bull breed should be banished because of a few cases of pit bull attacks that have happened around them or their area.
Should pit bulls be pets? No pit bulls should not be pets Because, they can injure a human and even kill a dog. Pit bulls can be a hazard to us. Pit bulls have even had report call non-stop in Ohio. Pit bulls are very dangerous they can risk a life to someone.
These dogs have again and again proved themselves to be loving dogs, but society does not give them a chance. The people assume things about the Pit bull but they are wrong. The lock jaw theory of Pit bulls is false and has been tested by professionals (Realpitbull.com, n.d.). They are not Crocodiles. (Realpitbull.com, n.d.)