Man, 21, bled to death after alsatians bit him 51 times
Being the owner of a young rottweiler, (pictures publish with article) its very concerning to read what such dogs are capable of doing.
A man was savaged to death by Alsatians whose owner had been allowed to raise them despite a conviction under the Dangerous Dogs Act.
Andrew Walker, 21, bled to death after the dogs bit him 51 times when he tried to stop the animals fighting one another.
The dogs belonged to Jason Bloor, 37, who seven months before the attack had admitted allowing his three rottweilers to attack a woman and kill her poodle.
My dog is 7 months old and he wants to attack dogs when out for a walk, he is restrained and in the middle of his training. I am now thinking to have him doctored if I can not stop him wanting to attack other dogs. It's something I really hate to do as with having his tail chopped off.
Of course I face up to my responsibility of having a large dog, needed to guard my house from intruders. Here in the Philippines its deemed as being necessary and I have already caught an intruder in my house. Though I expect Rocky would lick an intruder to death, he is of course scare tactics. You see, other than his dog hating habit he is a softy when it comes to people and children.
Its obvious that Bloor's dogs were both males and not trained, I certainly would not want to split two male Alsatians up Andrew Walker should of got the owner to do that. I really think that it would be a good idea to have a law that unless one had a breeding license that owner of big dogs are only allowed to have one.
Bloor should have been banned from having dogs after the prior incident, British law can be very stupid.