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Old 10-28-2010, 05:21 PM   #16 (permalink)
 
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That was Sidon, the dog that killed the infant belonging to the 16 yr old. He was euthanized April 15, 2010 right after he killed the baby. He looks like he had been in a fight because he had been. Apparently, he was fighting with another dog when AC arrived at the scene that day. THIS DOG WAS A MUTT.

Almost every time something tragic like this happens please believe there is negligence on the parent's part. They never released the 16-yr-old's toxicology report, but you don't sleep through your child being killed by a dog in the SAME BED that you are sleeping in and not be on something.

This is from a different article on the incident:
If the friend heard anything at the opposite end of the trailer then there is no excuse for her not hearing anything.

The parents of one of the babies killed in Jacksonville this week said,

Obviously, they were neglectful as the mother did not make sure that her dog was secure when she placed the newborn on the bed and went to take a shower. It isn't the dog's fault. The baby could have started crying and startled the dog or something, the baby was new and unfamiliar to the dog. The mother should have taken the baby in the bathroom with her if she had to take a shower so badly. They claim the dog was so loving, which is probably true, but anything could set a dog off. For all we know the dog could have thought the baby was a new toy that made sounds. I know the minute Kangol gets a new squeaker toy his mission is to get the squeaker out and it is in pieces minutes later.

I don't blame anybody but the mothers in these two cases. Their actions were irresponsible and negligent and thanks to them that is two more nails in the coffin of all pit bull type dogs.


ALL of my dogs are like that with the squeekers!!
My 3 chihuahuas would give their lives to get the squeekers out! No joke!


They're dogs, that's how they are.


I mean this new "thing" comes into the house with them and all of the attention is directed to the towards the baby, while the dog sees that it is nothing other than something just invading it's territory. The dog acts out of instinct and things like this arise.


It just breaks my heart because things like this could have EASILY been avoided.
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Old 10-28-2010, 05:29 PM   #17 (permalink)
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these are good examples of how "careing loving owner' can hurt our breed just as much as BYB and people that train there dogs to be mean or don't train them at all
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A child @ 16 yeah. Ironically I read other stuff last night night but don't want to look for it at the moment. There was an article posted about her Facebook page saying she was excited about meeting her guy (3 years ago) which puts her age to be 13 and the boy 17. So it's been ongoing relationship. So if my math is correct she had a baby with a someone who is considered an adult >18. He must be 19-20ish years old when said baby was conceived. Isn't there a law regarding this in FL?
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Old 10-28-2010, 11:47 PM   #19 (permalink)
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in michigan the age of consent is 16. I was also 16 when I had my daughter. I was also with a man that was 20 years older then me when I was 16-nothing was ever done to him and there were people that could do something that knew- I am not with him anymore....

what pitbullmamanatl has stated is exactly correct. This dog is not a full apbt, and the mother is a disgrace. The child should have never been in bed with her. The dog shouldn't have been in the room with them while they were sleeping, and the mom should have woken up when her baby cried. How this would be considered the dogs fault is beyond me and my common sense. And this 16 year old was obviously lacking any common sense at all. Same crap different day. Unfortunately we cannot make people smarter so things like this don't happen. All we can do is what we all try to do anyway, shine the light in the right direction-towards those that are at fault, keep our own dogs in check, and teach our kids the right way to live in general and with animals.
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She should have woken up when the baby cried yes, but also, even though the child was too young to understand what was happening and really fight back, I'm sure it moved around quite a bit, as the dog also did I'm sure. So there's a baby crying, MOST LIKELY a dog snarling, and your bed moving, and you didn't hear or feel it. Yet you heard someone knocking on the door.
Plus, this dog has showsn DA repeatedly. It may not have shown HA, but to a dog that's never encountered a baby, would it really consider it a "human"?
Excellent post pitbullmamanatl. I've read a few articles on here about an "aggressive pit bull" that had pictures of severely mixed breed dogs. Some not even showing signs of being APBT at all.
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