Pit Bull Attack In Van Nuys Leaves Victim Hospitalized, Dog Owner Barricaded

VAN NUYS (CBSLA.com)  —   A pit bull attacked man in Van Nuys Thursday requiring the victim to be hospitalized.

Officials said the victim was seriously injured and had many cuts and bite marks to his face.

The attack occurred just before 5:15 p.m. outside a check cashing business in the 13000 block of Sherman Way, officials said.

Stu Mundel, reporting in Sky2, said following the attack the dog’s owner took the animal and barricaded it and himself in a business.


One Comment

  1. ts says:

    hi, what is the current status of the dog and blind owner?
    i don’t know details, but i am certain the dog was protecting his owner; especially if he/she was disabled, needing the protection and guidance from their dog.

    1. ts says:

      Yeah, I’m PU$SY MIKE I’m a hardened thug. I don’t like woods or south siders. I was picked up for criminal threats, and got a beat down in the process. Robert Hale got me a plea deal. They segregate “gays” and I learned about Allah in there. They also give you free meds. Go for it. Be careful, or I’ll hijack your name and lick nuts, like I did to nobama, America, and everyone else I hate.

  2. E. says:

    Pit bulls are dangerous dogs:

    There are more than 25 media reports of pit bull attacks on people per week, and one death every 13 days.

    Pit bull attacks are rarely “dog bites”. Most attacks require hospitalization.

    Pit bull attacks have increased 830% in seven years in the US and Canada.

    In addition to attacks on people, pit bulls killed 24,000 other dogs and 13,000 cats in the US in 2015, or 66 dogs per day. (From National Pit Bull Victim Awareness).

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