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But the adopter quickly realized it could have been worse. Lastly, the very first tenet of Socially Conscious Sheltering adopted by the League states, "Place every healthy and safe animal … Safe means that the animal has not exhibited behavior that is likely to result in severe injury or death to another animal or person.
The safety of family pets already living in a "forever home" is not a priority of no-kill. It is too early to tell if Socially Conscious Sheltering is just new jargon with no safety priority at all.
Please review our comment policy. Which entirely excluded the best interests of YOU, your pets, and other pets and people in the vicinity of their molossar time bomb.
Trazodone is mostly used for its side effects of sleepiness so it is used to treat insomnia. Shelters are using this to make these dogs appear more sedate and chill.
I can assure you they are not giving this for anxiety. Trazodone is used as an anti-anxiety medication for dogs, which treats a number of issues, but certainly has a blunting effect on behavior.
After pilling him for a couple of car rides, he got over it and now rides along with no problems. It worked wonders for him—like I said, he will now get in the car and is just fine at vet visits.
What… no muzzle?!?! Cats would still be alive, and mauler returned to shelter. Video of the animal showed it crying in pain as it stood in a shelter kennel.
The shelter lacks the budget to do major vet work such as this animal needed, so they did the prelim exam, gave it some painkillers and let their volunteers blow up social media in search of a rescue willing to take it.
It took about 2 days. There seems to be zero understanding that their own actions — their frantic demands for more time to find someone to take on behaviorially or physically unadoptable animals — led to this outcome, that the shelter is afraid to appropriately euthanize animals that are in tremendous pain due to injuries too severe for the shelter to handle, due to a limited budget.
In most states, cats are considered property as are dogs. So one can only sue for the financial value of the two cats at the time of their deaths.
If they had been injured but not killed, the owner could have sued for the Veterinary bills. Honestly, there is so much money being pushed into the pit propaganda angle, I feel sorry for Steve and people like him.
As big a name as Pixar recently released a cartoon that showed an escaped fighting pit bull befriending a kitten and living happily ever after, so can you blame so many people for swallowing this deadly line of thinking?
I once believed it myself. In the s and before, shelters were the best place to get a wonderful pet dog. The employees screened dogs and euthanized any that were clearly going to be dangerous or difficult pets.
The remainder and there were a lot of them were offered for adoption to the average family home. No dead cats, no mauled children, nothing out of the ordinary.
Steve and many other people were raised like that — you wanted a pet, you went to the pound and got one, it was safe, the worst that could happen was the dog peed on the rug or nipped you once without breaking skin.
As Colleen says, the public trusts shelters. Or did. This was Steve against the shelter AND the partner. The red flags were only visible to the person recalling the event and looking for red flags.
I agree with you. The San Diego Humane adopted out a pit bull to a family with a newborn baby. Dog was on the bed with the newborn, mother sneezed, the dog was scared and killed the baby.
Who in hell would put a newly adopted pit bull on a bed with a newborn? Talk about red flags. People must assume the liability themselves!
I just received a flyer in the mail from the local ASPCA featuring an adoption event. All the pictures were of Pits.
Shelters push these Pits unmercifully, and that pun is entirely intended. That is not humane. BTW, the county where this organization is in, lost a multi-million dollar suit when they ignored the pleas of a disabled woman about the roaming pits in her neighborhood and as a result she was viciously mauled.
Now, think for a moment: Who supports these humane societies? Or any other sort of four-legged creatures. The fact is even if he has said no, his partner could have come by without him and got the pit.
Many people assume this still happens. Factoring that all in and wanting to keep the mother of his child happy I can understand how this happened.
In a local no-kill shelter, one pit bull was listed as to not let it see any men. No walking by any men. No seeing any men when walked. I personally read the instructions on it.
In another case, I stooped down by a pit bull with a volunteer outside, avoided eye contact, and offered my hand gently under his chin. The dog aggressively charged at me.
The reason reported by the volunteer was a man walking across the parking lot behind me. To me, this man was invisible. One good trainer sent two adopted pit bulls from this shelter directly to veterinarians for euthanasia in order to avoid shelter recycling of dangerous dogs.
One of our clients has a pit bull that came with a list of requirements that he had to initial before he could take it home from the shelter: the dog could not be taken to any dog parks, had to be muzzled anytime he was taken out in public, could not be taken around other dogs and could not be taken around children.
There is no misunderstanding a dangerous dog. There is enough of a human problem with the existence of idiots and sociopaths among us, that it should not be compounded by giving idiots and sociopaths access to maulers.
They did not believe the shelter would adopt out a dangerous animal. The couple was not seasoned in the tricks of the trade. He described a playgroup, but did not know what one was.
He did not know the gravity of what that meant — a reader of this blog would. These types most are owners of pit bulls they adopted from a shelter will likely never visit DogsBite.
The discussion of trust is important here. Look at how much trust and leeway he and his partner gave the county shelter?
There certainly are many other adopters who would fall into a similar category. If commenters make it their policy to bash every person who learned the hard way the truth about pit bulls, where the cost of that lesson was not an innocent human life, that reaction IMO needlessly alienates allies.
The maulers attack and kill thousands upon thousands of other non-mauler dogs every year. And yet even with these horrific slaughters happening multiple times every single day, there is a conspiracy of silence in the news media about the epidemic levels of mauler-on-other-animal violence.
Yes individual stories make the news … a few times, on the local stations … but the news stories never put these attacks into context by informing their viewers of the overall numbers of animal killings by maulers.
To get the numbers, a citizen has to come to a site like this or Animals or the FB page for Our Pets Were Attacked By Pit Bulls.
Where we stand right now, culturally and legally, the human victims of maulers count for very little. And the animal victims of maulers count for nothing at all.
This has to change. I love cats. I have three of them. Cats deserve to be safe in their own home from dog predation. It is terrible that those two cats were killed by the pit bull that Steve and his partner brought into their home.
Those beautiful little animals suffered needlessly, died horrific deaths, and nothing can bring them back. But it was not the worst one.
And he has drawn the appropriate lesson, in my opinion. No, shelters pushing hard for pibble adoptions DO NOT have the safety of other animals in mind.
Otherwise they would not be circulating the maulers out into the community. This is a crucial lesson. The nature of maulers eliminates that combination.
The more ordinary people who become aware of the risky policies and practices of shelters and rescues, the better. That is how we gain allies.
The answer is to sue every humane society who adopts out these k9 crazies. Thank you for the reminder of what power the shelters, rescue groups, foster moms have over the public.
The public accepts their perceived superior knowledge without question. I am a dog trainer of forty two years and routinely see this sad phenomenon….
He is an example of the tremendous power the pit bill and rescue propaganda machine has become. I whole heatedly agree with supporting and being compassionate to anyone who has been a victim of an aggressive or unpredictable dog, and anyone who is a victim of the deception that is pushed upon them.
The recent attack on two miniature horses in California, resulting in their death, and the owner of the dogs being arrested after fleeing with those dogs, is par for the course with those dogs and their delusional owners.
I do like the socially conscious shelter premise much more than I have ever subscribed to the no kill hype. Those shelters also turn away the very animals that have no other options.
My granddaughter was mauled but survived a pit bull mix dog from a shelter. I was there, thank God, when he grabbed her and only through prayer screaming to God to help us that the dog let go.
Over one hundred stitches to her face, shoulders and arms. SHELTER DOG. Lynda Ellison, I am so sorry your granddaughter had to experience that.
My prayers are with her and your family. The pit bulls are called terrier mix. They left the pit bull part out. I was not a firearms owner until our neighbor got a put bull.
Now I have firearms training and a concealed carry permit. Thank you for this account about pit bull adoption reality. I am glad this father found out the truth before he, or his son had a pit bull latched on their neck.
On commenter asked why we did not reveal the name of the county shelter. While off-leash parks have many benefits for dogs, being surrounded by other dogs who are off-leash and have unknown behaviors and play styles can be asking too much of many dogs, not just Pit Bulls.
If a disagreement or fight occurs, you can be almost sure the Pit Bull will be blamed no matter who started it or how much your dog was provoked.
Instead, PAWS suggests you match your Pit Bull with a few dog buddies for play sessions; take your athletic companion on long runs or hikes; participate in an obedience or agility class; and look for appropriate parks where dogs are on-leash and you can do controlled introductions.
While American Pit Bull Terriers and their mixes are not the right fit for all families, if you are considering one of these dogs as a companion for yours, PAWS encourages you to do more research.
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Can Pit Bulls be untrustworthy around people? Can Pit Bulls be untrustworthy around other dogs? Other resources While American Pit Bull Terriers and their mixes are not the right fit for all families, if you are considering one of these dogs as a companion for yours, PAWS encourages you to do more research.
Here are some great organizations: Bad Rap: www. Share This.Jun 18, · I agree with you. The San Diego Humane adopted out a pit bull to a family with a newborn baby. Dog was on the bed with the newborn, mother sneezed, the dog was scared and killed the baby. Who in hell would put a newly adopted pit bull on a bed with a newborn? Talk about red flags. People must assume the liability themselves!Missing: Adoptieren.