a new book has just been published on pit bulls.
read the review here.
buy it here.
watch the author's youtube promotional video here.
love the dracula in nazi germany vibe of the font.
He who knows nothing is closer to the truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods and errors. Thomas Jefferson
On a beautiful Saturday morning, Diane Brannam and her husband Phil took their two dogs for a walk at a nearby forest preserve much like they do every weekend. While getting ready for their walk at the public park, a pit bull whose owner was not present at the park, wandered across the street from a residence and prompted an attack on Zoey, the smaller of the two dogs owned by Diane and Phil. Diane was holding the leash of Zoey and Phil was holding the leash of Zen (their other dog) when the attack began. Diane quickly realized the harm that was happening to her dog and did everything she could to get the larger pit bull to stop the attack. The only action that eventually lead to the mauling being stopped, was Phil pulling the pit bull off and maintaining control. At this time, it was observed that there was significant damage to Diane’s hands with a majority of injury happening to her dominant left hand. Zoey, also suffered injuries during the attack. The owner of the pit bull did not show up until after their dog was subdued.