Portugal – How the pit bull advocates are scamming a survey from america to save the dog that killed a child in portugal

The order of killing the dog that attacked a boy of 18 months on Sunday in Beja

The boy of 18 months was attacked on Sunday in the late afternoon by the family dog, a cross- pitbull breed considered potentially dangerous. He was transported to the Hospital Santa Maria in Lisbon, where he was admitted with a severe traumatic brain injury, his skull crushed and torn brain tissue, according to hospital sources. The boy succumbed to injuries and died at about 0h Tuesday .

An autopsy conducted on Wednesday, concluded that death was due to injuries caused by dog bites, according PUBLIC source told the Institute of Forensic Medicine. The funeral was scheduled for this Thursday, in Setúbal, where is the natural mother of the child.

This just gets worse and worse , what the hell is going on in portugal and what’s worse why are pit bull advocates trying to save a DOG THAT KILLED A CHILD

As you can see from below many many people that live in countries that are from not Portugal are being told how to sign this pit bull ,take away them and you will have few real signatures from portuguese – most seem to want the child killing pit bull put down .

In order to sign, please insert your name, e-mail, ZIp Code and where it reads “RG”, if you are not portuguese, insert the digits of your telephone number.
Remember to confirm your signature through the e-mail that will be sent to you.
In “comentários” you may state your country and add your personal feelings, which will be very helpful.


Pit bull advocate claims his pit bull does have a locking jaw – SHOCKING

As an owner of two awesome 70+ lb pitbulls, it is NOT a myth. They are the only dogs I’ve seen grab onto a rope toy and I can pick them up and swing them around and they DO NOT let go. Pitbulls are very strong dogs with very powerful jaws and big teeth. If they want to bite and hold something they will do it. Not saying this is exclusive to pitbulls or has anything to do with aggression I think it’s just a fun game of tug for them

Bethlehem man, woman cited in pit bull attack that injured mail carrier

Bethlehem police cited two people in a vicious pit bull attack Thursday on a mail carrier in the city.

The postal worker, whom police and postal service officials have declined to identify, suffered wounds to her face, hands, arms, chest and leg. She was treated at and released from St. Luke’s University Hospital in Fountain Hill.

Bethlehem police cited Nelly Santiago, 46 and Hector Vazquez, 21, both of the 1500 block Elayne Street, for failing both to keep the dog confined and obtain proper licensing and vaccinations for the animal. Police Lt. Mark DiLuzio said Vazquez was the owner, but Santiago helped take care of the canine. The relationship between Santiago and Vazquez is unclear.

A phone number listed for the Elayne Street address was disconnected.

City resident Lynda Gossen said today she saw the same 70-pound pit bull approaching her Thursday afternoon on Livingston Street.

She was unaware the dog had just attacked the mail carrier about 1 o’clock near Santiago and Vazquez’s home. But the incident took the 65-year-old back 41 years to the day she was attacked by a guard dog at an auto body shop in Philadelphia.

“My first thought was to grab its collar, but then a woman was screaming, ‘Don’t touch the dog!’ and a police officer started yelling, ‘Get away from the dog!’ I couldn’t move anywhere though,” Gossen said. “Everywhere I’d move, the dog was there.”

The pit bull did not harm Gossen. She said it trotted by her and a city police officer was able to corral and capture it.

“It was a really scary thing,” she said.

Deterrent spray failed

DiLuzio said the postal worker tried to use her defensive dog spray to stop the attack, but the dog was undeterred. It did not become aggressive with officers when it was detained, he said.

Ray Daiutolo Sr., a regional spokesman for the U.S. Postal Service, said the agency continually reminds workers of the dangers of dog attacks and tries to promote responsible dog ownership among residents.

“The postal service places the safety of its employees as a top priority,” Daiutolo said today in an email. “Letter carriers fearing for their safety due to a loose or unrestrained pet may curtail delivery and ask homeowners to pick up their mail at the post office until the carrier is assured the pet is restrained. In cases where a carrier sees a dog roaming and can’t discern where it resides, delivery could be curtailed to the entire neighborhood.”

Dogs in Bethlehem must be leashed or confined, DiLuzio said, and must be licensed and current on vaccinations such as rabies. Animals considered vicious have to comply with a slew of additional state law requirements, according to DiLuzio.

No past attack record

The police lieutenant said the department did not have any records of an attack from this dog in the past. The animal is being quarantined at the owner’s home, he said.

Gossen, who lives on Livingston Street, said she worries that confinement won’t be enough.

“My concern is the dog got out once to attack a postal worker. It can get out again,” Gossen said. “And there are a lot of young children in this neighborhood.”

DiLuzio said a follow-up investigation will determine the dog’s fate.

Gossen, who said she has managed to overcome her fear of dogs and has a small pup of her own, feels great compassion for the mail carrier hurt in the attack.

“My heart goes out to this postal worker because you just don’t get over it fully,” she said. “Pit bulls will always bother her — shepherds will always bother me. When your outside scars heal, you still have to deal with those inside scars.”

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