Category archives for: Those Adorable Pit Bulls

Dog Trainer Invites Everyone to Bring Their Misbehaving Pit Bulls to One Place at the Same Time. What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

damariscotta pit bullsDoes your dog have aggression or anxiety issues or problems getting along with others? The Animal House in Damariscotta will host the Dog Rehabilitation Center of Maine (DRCM) on Saturday, April 11 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sergei Bachkovski of DRCM will be available to talk about canine behavioral issues and his facility. People are welcome to bring their dogs on a leash. There is no charge, and no appointment is necessary. Bachkovski and his team offer in-home evaluations and consultations to assess behavior, “Doggy Boot Camp,” extended boarding and doggie daycare. (read more at the Wiscasset Newspaper)

Innocent and Adorable Pit Bull Survives Cunning Attempt to Choke it With a Labradoodle’s Head

Those adorable Pit Bulls. Maine news from The Rumford MeteorA woman who says she was injured when a pit bull attacked her Labradoodle in South Freeport on Sunday afternoon is circulating an online petition to ban the pit bull from the neighborhood. Kristen Bailey said she and her 14-year-old son, Robbie, were walking their dog late Sunday afternoon. Bailey said she suffered a concussion when she hit her head on the pavement near the town wharf as she tried to rescue her dog from the pit bull, which had rushed across a lawn toward them. A neighbor who raced onto the scene to help probably saved her dog’s life, Bailey said. “I got into the fray and the pit bull had my dog by the neck,” said Bailey, who lives on Park Street. “I was pulling on the bad dog’s ear to get him to let go, and the owner was picking up the back end of his dog. My son was pushed out of the way by a neighbor. Another neighbor, a woman, jumped on the (pitbull) and pried his jaws open and I got away. Then my head hit the pavement.” (read more at Keep Me Current)

If You Have Plenty of Spare Toddlers Hanging Around, Teddy the Pit Bull Would Make a Wonderful Pet

biddeford pit bullMeet Teddy, a 2-year-old Labrador/pit bull mix. As you might expect from a mix of those two breeds, Teddy is very energetic and goofy. He’s a happy-go-lucky guy who would benefit from an obedience class like the ones offered at Animal Welfare Society with discounted rates for adoptees. He does tend to jump on people to say hello or when he gets excited. Teddy loves getting lots of playtime with his people and with any type of toy. He’s not picky, so long as he can chase it, chomp on it or flail it about, he’ll enjoy playing with it. (read more at the Biddeford-Saco-OOB Courier)

Scarborough Has A “Canine Education And Enforcement Committee.” The Town Is Mostly Paved And Nearly Everyone Poops Indoors, Too

Committee meeting. Maine news from the Rumford MeteorSCARBOROUGH — As the first summer with new leash laws and a beach monitoring program comes to a close, the Canine Education and Enforcement Committee is prepared to make recommendations for improving the welfare of dogs and endangered birds on town beaches. Over the course of five meetings this summer, the seven-member ad-hoc committee reviewed tag programs for dogs, researched the feasibility of dog parks in town, created signs and education materials, and oversaw the new piping plover beach monitoring program. The panel also worked to ease a transition to the new leash laws for dogs on beaches, which have divided dog owners and beach-goers for several months. But tensions on the beach continue. “Scarborough is not going to earn their dog-friendly badge,” committee member Cheryl Larou said. The town began changing its animal control ordinance after an incident last summer, when an off-leash dog killed an endangered piping plover and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service served the town with a suggested $12,000 fine. In response, councilors enacted a ban on off-leash dogs that was struck down by a nearly 3-1 margin in a December referendum. Councilors then formed an ad-hoc committee to craft a new animal control ordinance to satisfy dog owners and better protect the endangered birds on town beaches. (read more at The Forecaster)

Another Unpredictable And Vicious Five-Year-Old Child Attacks An Innocent And Adorable Pit Bull With His Face

Those adorable Pit Bulls. Maine news from The Rumford MeteorA 5-year-old boy from Brownfield is recovering from facial surgery in a Portland hospital after his family’s dog mauled him Tuesday morning at a Fryeburg residence. The dog, a 7-year-old pit bull, was lying with the child peacefully when it bit the boy in the face multiple times, said Fryeburg Police Lt. Michael McAllister. When police and paramedics arrived at the home at 581 Main St. in Fryeburg, the boy was conscious but had suffered serious facial injuries. He was transferred from Bridgton Hospital to Maine Medical Center for surgery, where he is now recovering, McAllister said. “They were able to save most of the facial tissue,” McAllister said. Authorities are not releasing the child’s name. Family members declined to be interviewed Wednesday night after being contacted by the town’s animal control officer. After the attack took place, Kathleen Hathaway, Fryeburg’s animal control officer, said the dog’s owners told her the animal was not current on its rabies vaccinations. (keep reading at the Kennebec Journal)

Two Innocent And Adorable Pitbulls Unjustly Incarcerated Just For Biting Their Owner, So You’ll Have To Wait Ten Days To Feed Them Any Unwanted Toddlers You Have Lying Around

Those adorable Pit Bulls. Maine news from The Rumford MeteorMEXICO — A local woman was hospitalized Thursday afternoon after she was bitten while trying to separate her two fighting dogs. Police Chief James Theriault said Katie Child was in her apartment Thursday afternoon when her full-blooded pitbull and a golden retriever/pitbull mix began fighting. “She tried to get between them and stop the fighting, and both dogs bit her on the hand,” Theriault said. Animal Control Officer Anne Simmons-Edmunds, with the help of Mexico officer Holly Poulin, arrived and quarantined the dogs. Simmons-Edmunds said Friday that under state law “all dogs that bite are required to be quarantined for 10 days, whether they bit a stranger, their owner or another dog.” “In this case, the owners have agreed to quarantine the dogs within their own apartment,” Simmons-Edmunds said. “They put each dog in a separate room, and in 10 days, they’ll be brought to the vet’s office for a checkup. (read more at Lewiston Sun Journal)

Two Innocent And Adorable Pit Bulls Are Barely Able To Defend Themselves From The Attack Of A Vicious And Unpredictable Little Girl

Those adorable Pit Bulls. Maine news from The Rumford MeteorLEBANON, Maine — A 12-year-old girl suffered more than a dozen bites when she was attacked Friday afternoon by her family’s two pit bulls named Jager and Meister, according to the Maine State Police. The 7-month-old dogs, who were taken to a Kennebunk animal shelter, were named for the German liqueur, Stephen McCausland said in a press release issued Sunday morning. The case will be turned over to the York County district attorney’s office to determine if charges will be filed. The girl, who was bitten on her legs and shoulder, was taken to Frisbie Memorial Hospital in Rochester, NH., the press release said. Her younger sister and another girl suffered cuts and bruises, but were not bitten. The girls climbed onto a pickup truck in the yard to escape the animals. (read more at Bangor Daily News)

Seven Innocent And Adorable Pit Bulls Barely Able To Defend Themselves Against An Attack By A One-Year-Old Girl

Those adorable Pit Bulls. Maine news from The Rumford MeteorTragedy struck in north Bryan County on Wednesday afternoon when a toddler was mauled and killed by seven dogs, all pit bulls or pit bull mixes, in her backyard off Elm Road. According to Bryan County Deputy Sheriff James Beatty, a 6:24 p.m. call to 911 reported the girl’s grandmother woke up, looked out the back window, saw it happening, and along with others rushed outside to pull the dogs off the child, but it was too late. “When we got here and spoke to EMS, they told us that when they got here, she was already cold. There was nothing they could do,” Beatty said. Bryan County Sheriff Clyde Smith said the coldness of the body indicated to him the child had to have been dead for a while. How the girl, who would have been 2 years old in June, got into the backyard with the dogs was not immediately known. (read more at Savannah Now)

Two Innocent And Adorable Pit Bulls Are Killed By Vicious Toddler’s Henchmen

Those adorable Pit Bulls. Maine news from The Rumford MeteorTOWN OF WALWORTH, Wis. — A toddler attacked by two pit bulls Wednesday afternoon in Walworth County has died. Walworth County Sheriff’s Department Capt. Scott McClory said a 911 call was received at 12:46 p.m. stating that a woman and a 14-month-old boy were being attacked by two dogs on North Lakeshore Drive in the Town of Walworth. McClory said two pit bulls were removed from the property and were euthanized by a local veterinarian. The boy was taken by ambulance to Mercy-Walworth Medical Center, and then taken to Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin by Flight For Life, where he died about 3:30 p.m., according to the Walworth County Sheriff’s Department. McClory said the boy suffered critical injuries. The woman said the dogs were her own. There is no word on her injuries. (read more at WISN)

Two Innocent And Adorable Pit Bulls Discover Motel 6 Doesn’t Have Room Service, Draw Their Own Conclusions

Those adorable Pit Bulls. Maine news from The Rumford MeteorHEMET ( — Authorities say a 91-year-old woman who was found dead in her motel room was apparently mauled to death by her two pit bulls. Elsie Grace was found dead in her room at a Motel 6, in the 3900 block of Florida Avenue, in Hemet Friday morning. “The victim had a great deal of trauma to her body,” Hemet police Lt. Duane Wisehart said. “(At) this time, it appears to be a horrific accident.” (read more at CBS Los Angeles)

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