I would like to know if this "neighbor" pulled the pitt offm and (out of) the baby, why didn't the neighbor have any bite marks? Any scratches? I mean he "pulled the dog from the baby" how come the dog didn't react? Any dog in the middle of a tie would have reacted in a defensive manor. Just wanted yo know what others thought about this
A dog is the only animal that can love you more than it loves itself.
Pugs, with respect to biting when being pulled off, no that is not correct. My dogs would not bite if pulled off a bitch. That is something within a temperament. Not getting into what took place all over again, it is possible this was a nice animal, HORRIBLE circumstances, that simply would not bite. Not making a comment on anything other then "biting".
if the dog is under 2 and does not have his head yet i doupt he would care. my males let me do anything to them when they are tied. pick them up turn them around put their feet on the floor. just becuase its a pitty does not mean it vicous. bad people make bad dogs. you get a dog tie it up dont train it or socalize it guess waht you just made one hell of a BAD dog! no matter what the breed
Thank you JKK, that's all I was saying. It's a falacy to think a dog would bite just because it was in a sexual act. NONE of my dogs, regardless of age would ever bite. I too can do anything I want during a breeding and they would just look at me LOL
<<<In August 2003, a 15 year old girl was hired by a neighbour in her apartment building to look after her pit bull terrier while she went away to the west coast, and left her explicit instructions not to bring any other person into the apartment. The police report is three pages long. And it is graphic.
It has the girl attending the apartment to feed the pit bull, and taking along the 12-year-old "victim" who also lived in the same building. They were sitting on the couch when the dog climbed up and began "humping" the boy. Both, according to the report, thought it was "funny."
"We need to get rid of his horniness," the girl reportedly said, and then instructed the boy to get down on the floor on his hands and knees where she then forcibly pulled down his pants and underwear, and put the pit bull in position. The boy told her to stop -- that it was "no longer funny." But it wasn't about to stop.
"The victim began crying in pain," reads the police report. "After about 10-15 seconds of the dog penetrating the victim, the accused began hitting the dog on the head to break him off. The accused instructed the victim not to tell."
Back at his own apartment, the boy initially told his mother that his "puffy" face -- swollen from crying -- was the result of banging his head on a shelf. After he went to the bathroom and discovered he was bleeding, however, he let the entire story spill out, including showing her the scratches on his back that were consistent with claw marks.
According to the police, the boy's mother confronted the girl, but did not immediately report it to the police because she feared the girl was not only a bully, but a member of a gang in that end of Scarborough. It was only after a social worker at the boy's school called the mother to discuss her son's increasingly bad behaviour did the mother disclose the events of that summer. The social worker, in turn, called Children's Aid who, in turn, called the cops.
The girl was originally charged with three criminal counts, one for compelling bestiality, one for bestiality on a person under the age of 14, and another for sexual assault.
The last two charges were withdrawn when the girl pleaded guilty to the first count. During the sentencing, Judge Robertson said that, despite the Crown's prosecutor's use of the words such as "repugnant" and "perverted," he could find "no evidence before him that the physical injuries (to the boy) were anything more than transient in nature."
He also said he "would not equate this offence with one of incest or a serious sexual assault" that would result in "psychological damage far in excess of the physical nature." "The offence before me was spontaneous, lasting about 10, 15 seconds," said the judge. "It started as an ill-advised joke between friends.">>>
A cat by any other name... is still a sneaky little furball who pukes on the sofa.
I wish you guys would stop with the speculating about this boy's parents. Have you ever thought that maybe you could be wrong? I don't know what dogs you breed, but let me tell you, mine are very fast, and unless there's a significant male/female size difference(male smaller) there is no assistance needed. Can you try and put yourselves in that mother's shoes for a second? Truth can be stranger than fiction, and until the investigation is finished on this case, it would be nice if you could spend your energy on thinking about that little boy, his family and that poor damn dog, who is likely dead.
Of course those here are sending out thoughts and prayers to the child and dog, etc....
This IS a DISCUSSION forum, so people will discuss what their thoughts and beliefs are. Thats whats its for. If anyone is wrong, I'm sure they will feel bad, apologize, etc however they choose. But in the meantime, as with if you were talking to you neighbor about it, people will discuss the possibilites, their feelings on the issue etc.
Plain and simple, something doesnt add up. Been a dog breeder for many a years, seen all types of studs, breeds etc. Also am a nurse and worked in Pediatrics, so I know that aspect of things as well. Will not go into graphics, but the whole truth is not being told.
People are like slinky's, not really good for much. But its still fun to push them down the stairs.
lpn, I agree with you that this is a discussion forum. I don't have any objection to discussing this whole disgusting incident, however as I said before, I personally wish people would stop assigning blame to the parents. That's just my opinion, for what it's worth.