Rottweiler attack: Dog registered as dangerous


ACTION 7 NEWS REPORTER KIRSTEN SWANSON. KIRSTEN: IN JUNE, BETTY SAYS SHE TOOK HER DOG ON A WALK. I HAPPENED TO LOOK TO MY RIGHT AND THEY’RE STEWED A ROTTWEILER. KIRSTEN: SHE SAYS THE DOG SHOOK HER AND BIT HER. SHE FOUND HER DOG ON THE FRONT PORCH OF HER HOME. THREE DAYS LATER, THE DOG DAD. HE ROTTWEILER’S OWNERS — DOG DIED. THE OFFICER WROTE HE WOULD MOST LIKELY DEEM THE AND — THE ANIMAL A DANGEROUS DOG BUT THAT NEVER HAPPENED. I DON’T UNDERSTAND HOW NOTHING IS DONE ABOUT IT. KIRSTEN: THE ROTTWEILER WAS NOT LISTED ON THE DANGEROUS DOG REGISTRATION UNTIL THIS AFTERNOON. NO ONE ANSWERED AT THE

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  • I have reported attempted attacks from two rottweilers in Grants NM, more than 8 times to police and animal control, and KOAT.  NOTHING IS DONE!  These dogs have tried to attack two little girls in my front yard, and attack another persons dog, tried to attack my small dog, my wife and my 4 year old granddaughter, and not once have a dangerous dog report been made.  I don't see why this has even made the news, when its clear, everyone wants to wait until someone is hurt or killed before they do anything, and then there is that old excuse, "If we had known", so come on, enforce the law, or just tell people you don't care…  Animal control and the Grants Police dept. has left me no choice but to put these dogs down myself if they try and attack one of my family again, but they did say, I would be arrested when I did shoot the dogs in the event I had to protect my family.  Some law huh…

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