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Old 07-29-2008, 07:59 PM
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So, yeah, I can see where the baby died from shock and/or blood loss..
I can't see it. I've had GSd and malinois puppies. I've had my arms and legs ripped up from them. It has never bled more than a couple drops. The puppy would have to be chewing on the baby for a very long time. Or maybe the baby died some other way and the puppy chewed, bit, nipped and got frustrated, escalating because there was no response, and the parents didn't hear screaming because the baby was already dead.
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Figures its local to me. Off to do some reading now.
Oh crap! You're right that is in our neck of the woods. Why are all the stories right now here?
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Boy, no one else is catching this red flag?

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Court records indicate the mother filed a protective order against the baby's father back in January of 2007. It was dismissed within just a few days, and that was well before she was pregnant with Zane.
A) it is EXTREMELY unusual to euth a dog that quickly, in fact I think it might be illegal. All dogs I know of that have been involved in bites, even minor ones, are subject to a 10-day quarantine to check for rabies and occassionaly behavior evaulations are done. You'd think on a dog this young, that would be the first thing done.

B) WHO THE EFF LEAVES THEIR BABY UNATTENDED FOR AN HOUR AND A HALF?!?
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Old 07-29-2008, 09:58 PM
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Read the comments...it's quite interesting. I'm not sure where some people are getting the information from, but more than a couple of people have said the child was actually found outside at 2am...the pug was taken out of the house on a rabies pole. It all just stinks of lies, neglect and horrible police work.
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In that last article they also bumped up the pup's age:
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The little boy was two months old, the dog only slightly older.
But I'd like to know why they don't have any suspicions about the Pug doing it and why "the evidence clearly shows that the black lab puppy killed the baby" but not the Pug.

How can you leave your child alone like that out of ear shot for any length of time? Couldn't of even been a baby monitor or they would have heard something, so baby sleeps peacefully while being bitten multiple times unless she's drugged up, it's just a pure case of irresponsibility and child endangerment. So sad for baby and puppy.
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Unbelievable.

It just completely goes against the behavior of any puppy; even a badly bred, badly socialized puppy will be startled by shrill cries. That baby had to have cried LOUDLY if the puppy was biting him.

The only thing I can think of is... the baby was already dead, from whatever, and the puppy played with the baby like he was a toy. And, apparently, police/investigators made a very hasty conclusion that the puppy took the baby's life. Puppy teeth DO hurt, but how could they rip and tear skin, or even cut off breathing, to the point of killing? They would shy away at the first cry of the baby.
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