Florida Pit Bull Rescued from Hot Car by Police After Good Samaritan Calls in Report

Leave doggo at home with the air conditioning on in the summer in America when you leave in your car to run errands. That’s true even in northern states, because the inside of a car can get really hot there too.

When a woman saw a little pit bull inside a car in Florida with the windows rolled all the way up, she phoned the police.

The Good Samaritan is a Jewish woman who has four foster dogs at home. Kudos to her for calling law enforcement, who estimate that the temperature in the car was around 110 degrees. Doggo’s life was saved by quick action this time. Not every dog in a hot car will be so lucky.

WPTV

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – A Boynton Beach police officer was forced to break into a car Monday, after a dog was left inside in the heat of the day.

It happened around 10:30 a.m., in a parking lot near Bank of America off of Woolbright Road.

Ilisa Diamond and her husband had just parked nearby, and noticed the dog inside a locked car.

“We looked and we knew it was wrong, just knew it was immediately wrong,” she told us in a FaceTime interview from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. They were preparing to fly home to New Jersey.

“As soon as we got out of the car, we thought oh my god, are we being taped? Like on an episode of What Would You Do? We just did what we thought was right,” she said.

Ilisa, who has 4 foster dogs at home, noticed the car was not running and all the windows were up. She called the Boynton Beach non-emergency line. Officers believed it was at least 110 degrees inside, they got to work to free the male pit bull.

“He didn’t even flinch when the police officer banged on the window trying to open it,” she recalled

“You guys are heroes. Thank you,” you can hear her say on the video.

Less than 2 minutes after authorities showed up, the was dog free.

“The dog looked like a great dog, he looks like he was really well cared for. I think the young girl needs education and I think if we could just get education out there, that you cannot leave dogs in cars,” she said.

They got him into the shade, and gave him water. Eventually, the dog’s owner came out. She told officers she just left the dog park and drove to the bank. When the drive-thru was closed, she ran inside. The woman learned it’s against the law to do this to a dog, she was cited and allowed to take her dog home.

“We have a lot of tragedies that can be avoided by some education,” Ilisa said.

We reached out the dog’s owner, she did not want to comment.

In 2016, the governor signed into law, making it legal to break into locked vehicles to rescue pets or people.

Watch the police break out a window and bring the panting dog some water.

Heed this warning, please.

Attackers Beat Former Army Ranger and Steal his Service Dog

As a boy I was devasted when our beloved Trixie went missing. As a teen, I was devasted when our Rex died, and when our Poncho died. As an adult, I’ve been devasted by the deaths of my dogs. I feel for Robert Lebron. Having a dog stolen would be just as devastating as death, perhaps.

I’m hopeful that with the publicity this story is getting, plus the reward, that the good people in the Bronx will keep an eye out for Mala and call the cops when they see her.

PIX11

KINGSBRIDGE, Bronx — An Army veteran from the Bronx is reeling after he was beaten during a Mother’s Day walk with his service dog, who was stolen.

The attack by two men on Robert Lebron was caught on surveillance video.

Lebron had taken his 8-month-old pup, Mala, on a walk Sunday morning, he said. The pair were returning to his Bronx building from Poe Park when the attack happened.

“I was attacked from behind,” Lebron said.

One man pounced on Lebron. He stumbled down the stairs. A second man grabbed Mala’s leash and ran off with Lebron’s companion.

Lebron said he believes his attacker is an ex-boyfriend of his wife who he says also attacked him less than a month ago.

He is devastated in the wake of Mala’s loss.

“What she gives me I can’t get from someone else: not a therapist or a family member or my friend,” he said about his service dog. “It’s unconditional love.”

Lebron served as an Army Ranger in Afghanistan after the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11. Mala signified a new chapter in his life.

“It was one of the most amazing things that has happened to me in a long time,” he said about getting Mala. “Because I can take her everywhere to the store, to church, to the hospital – and I do.”

He’s asked for help finding his beloved pet.

“[If] you see something, say something – because I need her and she needs me.”

A day after this story appeared, PIX11 reported that a man has offered a $1,000 reward for the return of Mala to Lebron.

But PIX11 viewer Darran Brown, who’s also CEO of Go Charity, stepped up after seeing the story. He said he’ll guarantee a reward of $1,000 to anyone who helps bring Mala back home. Brown’s own dog, Nicky, disappeared last month.

“I did offer a reward at the time and I’m one of the lucky ones to get my little guy back, my little buddy Nicky,” Brown said.

Lebron was overwhelmed when he heard about Brown’s offer.

“My heart just wants to come out of it’s chest right now,” Lebron said. “It’s hard.”

Mala helps Lebron manage the symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder. He’s been devastated since she was taken. Two men attacked him on Mother’s Day. One man pounced on Lebron and the veteran stumbled down the stairs.

A second man grabbed Mala’s leash and ran off with Lebron’s companion.

The Army Times, Daily Mail, and NYC local news outlets have also covered this story. It would help if descriptions of the dog thieves were given, but I haven’t seen any.

Vile Chelsea Clinton Condemns Heroic Pit Bull Max Who Attacked Jewish Boy

“When the world needs a hero, a pit bull steps forward.”

That ancient wisdom was proven correct again when a pitbull named Max took to the streets like a Marvel comics hero to protect his neighborhood from the dangers presented by marauding Jewish children.

Max’s keen sense of smell and other instincts allowed him to sniff out the ringleader of the Jewish menace, a three year old boy named Eli.

Using his keen intelligence and guided by his empathy, Max launched a measured attack on Eli. Although Max could easily have killed the tiny lad and been justified by natural law for doing so, he retreated once the neighborhood Jews got the message: STOP THE JEWING!

Although millions worldwide have proclaimed Max a hero, there are those who suck up to the Jews. Chelsea Clinton for instance.

Chelsea is even worse than her degenerate parents. How dare she denigrate Max’s magnificent effort to set an example showing how to rein in the evil Jews who have turned New York City into Jew York City.

The noble pit bull is a breed that knows that Jews and blacks are enemies of the white man. They are living, breathing doggie Terminators, whose mission in life is to guard the innocents from the predatory races.

Thanks, Max, for your heroism.

Lohud

SPRING VALLEY — A pit bull attacked a 3-year-old boy playing on the sidewalk Thursday on North Cole Avenue, leaving the child with cuts and bite marks to the left side of his neck and face, police said.

The child broke free and tried to run off, but the dog jumped on the child a second time, Police Chief Paul Modica said. Two or three people, including a passing driver, helped chase off the animal.

The attack was captured by a surveillance camera across the street. Police officers also interviewed residents and the people who assisted the child, Modica said.

The dog’s owner was issued summonses for allowing her dog to run loose, Modica said. He said the Rockland District Attorney’s Office was continuing to review the case.

Modica said the police investigation found that a girl living at the same house as the dog owner had gone outside Thursday and the dog followed her then ran off.

Modica said the department did not have a long history of complaints involving the dog.

“We received a generic report of a dog running loose” in March, Modica said. “Residents told us after the attack that this dog had been roaming around, but they didn’t report it.”

Yossi Gestetner, a founder of the Orthodox Jewish Public Affairs Council, said Friday that residents have spoken to the police about the dog and various other issues but don’t always feel the officers take them seriously. He said that perception discourages people in the Orthodox community from dealing with the police.

Gestetner said the attack occurred around 6 p.m. and he felt the police waited too long to remove the dog from the owner, which they did at 10:30 p.m

abc7 reports that Max’s fate is unknown.

Naturally, the (((media))) are slanting their reporting, condemning the Dog Terminator. Expect the greedy Jews to sue the city and Max’s owner.

MAX KNOWS THAT THE BABY JEW GROWS UP TO BE THE UGLY JEW.

Black Cop Who Dumped His Emaciated Dog in Trash Arrested

THE RECOVERING PIT BULL HAS BEEN NAMED CRANBERRY.

Blacks seem to commit animal abuse at a much higher rate than the general population. It’s another form of cultural enrichment that diversity brings to your town and mine.

Inside Edition

A police officer who allegedly dumped his emaciated dog in a trash bag in a Philadelphia park has been arrested.

Michael Long, an 11-year veteran of the Philadelphia Police Department, is accused of leaving the pit bull for dead in Philadelphia’s Wissahickon Valley Park last November. Long, 33, surrendered to police on Thursday.

A dog walker alerted the SPCA after seeing the pup’s nose sticking out from a trash bag. Photos taken shortly after she was found show her cowering on the ground, with her rib bones visible through her fur.

The SPCA took in the 3-year-old dog, who has been renamed Cranberry.

They learned she had a microchip, which they say led them to Long.

Following months of treatment, Cranberry was adopted, the SPCA told InsideEdition.com.

“Cranberry is doing wonderfully now,” spokesperson Gillian Kocher said. “She is in her new forever home, has recovered completely physically and has the same sweet and loving personality that she has always had.”

She was adopted by a man who followed her story on the news, Kocher said.

“He was so touched by her story that he came in to make a donation and met her,” she said. “He returned twice while she was recovering, and when she was ready to go home, he made it official.”

Following the investigation by the SPCA, Long surrendered himself to the Philadelphia Police Department’s Internal Affairs Unit on Thursday.

He is charged with two misdemeanors for animal cruelty, one misdemeanor for possession of an instrument of crime, and a summary charge of animal cruelty, police said.

“He has not acknowledged any wrong doing in this case as of this time,” Kocher said.

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross has suspended Long for 30 days with the intent to dismiss at the end of the 30 days, police said in a statement. He was assigned to the 18th District.

This story was posted on the web about a month ago. Long should be gone soon.

Victory for the Dogs! Negro Who Taped Dog’s Muzzle Shut Sentenced to 5 Years

I swear I try not to make everything about race. If April the giraffe ever has her baby, you’ll read about it here. That’s not racial. I wish it wasn’t necessary to be realistic about race so much.

When I saw the good news headline about a man sentenced for duct taping a dog’s muzzle shut, I recalled the dog but not the man.

Lo and behold as I put this post together, there’s a picture of another jigaboo perpetrator of a heinous crime involving what looks like a pit bull.

As far as I know there’s no data base that breaks down animal cruelty convictions by race, but observation alone suggests the Negroid race places no value of the lives of our canine and feline friends.

Which to my mind means that blacks should not be allowed to own pets.

Fox News

CHARLESTON, S.C. – A South Carolina man who wrapped electrical tape around a dog’s muzzle to stop her from barking has been sentenced to five years in prison.

Media outlets report William Dodson’s sentence Friday represented the state’s maximum for animal cruelty. However, it will run simultaneously with a 15-year sentence on a federal gun charge. Dodson’s treatment of Caitlyn won’t extend his prison time.

Judge Markley Dennis told the 43-year-old North Charleston man, “I wish I could give you more.”

Charleston Animal Society director Aldwin Roman says the sentence still sends a message that animal cruelty won’t be tolerated.

Caitlyn was found in critical condition. The tape cut off blood flow to her tongue.

The case sparked international outrage after photos of Caitlyn’s tightly bound snout spread on social media.

WEIRD PICTURE, BUT CAITLYN IS SEEN FULLY RECOVERED.

LOOKING GOOD CAITLYN.

The last two photos were sourced from the Daily Mail. A group of shirtless firemen posed with animals for a calendar benefiting charity. Caitlyn still has a scar across her snout, which will not go away. The scar is seen in some of the DM photos.

Thief Has No Idea What a Pitbull Can Do (Video)

About a minute and a half of fun watching two pitbulls terrorize an intruder.

Published on Jan 15, 2017
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Tags: philippines, pitbull, terrier, home, invasion
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To show you how much fun pitbulls have hanging on to something:

Paladin Pays Tribute to a Friend Who Died Monday

NOT KELSEY, BUT LOOKS LIKE HIM.

Dog Lady’s menagerie is down by two, after her “roof cat” and one of her rescue dogs died on Monday.

Two or three years ago, Dog Lady took in an old, battered and scarred pit bull. She named him Kelsey.

We don’t know anything about his history other than that he was homeless when she took him in. Some of her rescues can be adopted out, but as old, toothless, and scarred as Kelsey was, there was no chance of that. The thought ran through my mind that the local Mexicans had him and used him for pit bull fighting in his youth. There’s a lot of that and cock fighting among the Mexican population.

He was also bowlegged, perhaps indicating that as a pup he was starved. Kelse was a nice fellow, but he didn’t react well if there were other dogs around his food.

I could see him going downhill the last month, as he was less interested in the treats I brought. He would still take bites of hot dog though. But he struggled the last few weeks to get up from the ground and amble over to the fence where he was penned up. I would push bites of food through the fence mesh to him. Even when he didn’t want any food, he would still come greet me at the fence. He enjoyed my company and I enjoyed greeting him.

I will miss my canine friend.

Dog Lady also lost her orange cat that stayed on the roof of her house because he was afraid of the dogs. He may have been poisoned by the people at the thrift shop next door. He had wandered around on their turf for years because of his fear of dogs and everybody there loved him. Then new, anti-cat management took over. Dog Lady had a big blowout with them when they threatened to have animal control confiscate him.

Dogs and cats enrich our lives more than most things. Kelsey and Nino will be mourned and missed.

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