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Chihuahua mauled to death by dog being fostered from Jacksonville Humane Society

Mustaqim Jaed
Sabtu, 09 Maret 2019

Chihuahua mauled to death by dog being fostered from Jacksonville Humane Society

The Humane Society says they will cover Gant’s vet bills but Gant says money won’t fix what happened.


A neighbourhood both women and her children are mourning the loss of her puppy, Peanut, after she was mauled to demise by another puppy.

The attack happened at the Southbrook Condominiums, where control tells First Coast News the dog that attacked Peanut was prohibited from being there in the first place due to its immensity.

Jennifer Gant says she had Peanut for six years and adoration her dearly. She's still in mistrust over what happened.

" Yesterday we were out for a foot like a regular morning when a puppy accused from across the room and immediately tried to get her, I tried to scoop her up ," said Gant.

She says she was overpowered by the larger puppy, which the Humane Society says is specified Raegan. Gant described the larger puppy as a shepherd pit-bull assortment, weighing about 75 pounds. The Humane Society announces her a" mixed reproduction" and says they cannot accompany her with any physical characteristics of a quarry or pit assortment.

The policy at Southbrook is no babies over 20 pounds. Gant says various of her neighbors infringe that plan.
 
" From that moment forwards I couldn't get the dog to let go of peanut," said Gant.
 
While she screamed for help she was also bitten by the dog, neighbors answered minutes later.
 
" Luckily[ one of the neighbors] came down and hopped on top of the dog while another person punched the dog in the face ."
 
By then, it was too late for Peanut.
 
First Coast News tried to reach out to the neighbor who was fostering the dog that assaulted Peanut but wasn't able to fix contact.
 
The policy at Southbrook is no babies over 20 pounds. Gant says various of her neighbors infringe that plan.
 
Southbrook is operated by Elim Services. Some neighbors complained that Elim Services doesn't enforce the pet plan patterns, but the homeowner's association says they are cracking down on their pet plan and that could planned expulsions.
 
After the attack, Peanut was scurried to an emergency vet clinic but couldn't be saved.
 
First Coast News learned that the larger puppy, Ragean, was from the Humane Society and was doing an overnight stay with their own families in the complex.

Ragean was supposed to be returned the day of the attack. Now Raegan is back in their regulate, under a state-law expected quarantine for ten days.
 
The Humane Society says they will covering Gant's veterinary legislations but Gant says coin won't lodge what happened.
 
" She was crying, she was in so much better aching, I can only imagine because I[ can] feel[ aching from] some[ of the] bites on me, but I wasn't the one rent wide open ."
 
After the ten-day quarantine, the humane culture will then make a decision on how to handle the dog that criticized Peanut.
 
The Humane Society transported us the following statement for responding to the deadly attack :

" Our centers go out to Peanut's family, as fellow animal admirers, we can only imagine how very difficult this must be for them. This was a deplorable, unforeseen accident and we are deeply sorry for their loss. We are working with appropriate regulatory agencies and following expected quarantine procedures in regards to the dog in question. We show our deepest condolences to the family of Peanut ."

Source by firstcoastnews.com