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Dogs attack officers during drug busts; 3 arrested

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Source: Fox 10 TV

July 24, 2012

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  • 582602_3283682777720_334551836_n_max50


    about 2 years ago


    I agree Iowa and it sounds like a good anecdote, but Animal Cruelty is not a Felony in Every state and in the states it's a felony, Now image when it gets dropped down to 'counseling'.

    Touchy Subject, however.........
    The bad rap myth originates:
    ~Bad ownership, Good Owners that are clueless to dog behavior + actual incidents
    ~Dogs head is big, twas a Pit Myth-constantly misidentified and mistaken with 33-35 other breeds.
    ~Journalistic needs for shock media, never seen the dog, reiterates 'Pit Bull'-gets narly pit pic from www
    ~The 100 lbs APBT anomaly. Maybe a Mastif, Corso, Bull Dog Mix, but at that weight it's over twice the size of an APBT, Bull Terrier, and plus 29-31 lbs bigger then the Amstaff. (the 3 PB type of Dogs)
    ~People lie for cred, Saying the dog was a Collie is about as exciting as the guy that does the Viagra commercials.

    The officers did what they had to do, one officer only tased. I hope they are OK and Good Job of getting the rifle off the street and the guys in jail, guess they'll know how it feels to be in a crate for 24 hours a day.

    Please encourage Spay and Neutering-Then you suggests they do the same with their animals. lot

  • Ba_old_glory_max50


    about 2 years ago


    Hope the Officer is ok and bump 9er.

  • Gods_team_max50


    about 2 years ago


    "They also seized 10 dogs from the residence, including one that bit an officer. One of the “numerous” pit bulls in the home was shot and another had a stun gun used on it after the dogs attacked the agents when they entered."

    -- Can they be charged with cruelty to animals (because the dogs had POS for owners)? And they wonder why pit bulls get bad raps (no pun intended).

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