Skip to comments.Pit bull destroyed after attack in Bridgewater
Posted on 12/03/2011 1:59:25 PM PST by edzo4
BRIDGEWATER During 40 years as a veterinarian, Dr. Neal Andelman has removed toys and other items from dogs stomachs. But until Thursday, he had never retrieved human body parts, as best the doctor could recall, said Lou Berman, a hospital administrator for the New England Animal Medical Center in West Bridgewater. Thursday afternoon, Andelman operated post mortem on a pit bull that had bitten a Bridgewater woman and swallowed parts of her face. The male pit bull was euthanized and operated upon following a request from the Boston hospital treating the 71-year-old woman, whose face was mauled by the 50-pound dog in the kitchen of her home.
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That’s what German Shepherds are for: all the intelligent guard dog, without the neighbor/owner mauling.
That would probably make a lot of people happy...
Did the owner try to give herself the lame excuse that the dog “never did that before” and had always been a “very good dog”?
At least the only person the dog attacked was the owner. Glad she didn’t wind up dead.
What is a 71 year old woman doing with a 50 pound pit bull? As a man, if I was 71 years old, I would not have a pit bull. If I needed to have a dog around it’d be a lot more stable breed. Black lab, yellow lab.
well since we’ve made it impossible to wipe out irresponsible owners and gangbangers, I would say I could live with this breed line (their apparent weapons of choice) being ended.
This is one of those stories where I regret clicking on the link...
Did Chet99 eat somebody’s face?
I’m sure all Chet99 needed was more training.
Stay, Chet. No, stay. Stay, Chet.... down, Chet.... NO, Chet, NO. DON’T DO THAT, CHET.... OW!@J##@, CHET, HELLLPPPP.... AHHHAHAHAHHHHHH!!!!!
I’ll be very disappointed if my German Shepherd ever eats my face.
Face is considered a delicacy to pit bulls. German Shepherds prefer elbows.
One of his pit bulls ate him....
CHET, I mean it! Bad Dog! Oh, he's just playing...
Breed of Peace strikes again.
“Breed of Peace”...lolol! I’m going to borrow that, if you don’t mind.
It didn’t belong to the 71-year-old. She moved in with her daughter, and the dog didn’t take kindly to it: