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Toronto police, city investigating after another dangerous dog report
Toronto Police and Animal Services confirm they are investigating after a second report of an attack by a pitbull or a bull-mix dog in the city’s east end. Leslieville resident Curt Martin was the first to tell the Toronto Sun on June 23 that he and his small dog were attacked by an off-leash pit bull or bull-mix dog in Greenwood Park and were lucky to escape with just cuts and bruises during the traumatic experience. Lucky that neither Now another person, 23-year-old journalism student Callum Denault, came forward Tuesday, saying he and his young mutt, Louie, were also attacked by what
Man seeks answers after dog killed in park in Toronto
Another small dog has been killed in what the dog’s owner describes an unprovoked attack by an off-leash animal, this time in Toronto’s west end. Christopher Vieira Loreto, 30, says he was walking his chihuahua Guizmo in front of Lamport Stadium last Thursday morning when a larger, unleashed dog attacked his beloved pet and killed it. He says the woman who owns the dog ran off. Mixed breed The killer dog is described as a mixed breed, fawn-coloured, about 50 or 60 pounds. Vieira Loreto, who is French and who has only been in Toronto a few months, took his
Toronto woman seeks owners after alleged dog attack on her, dog named Yoda
A Toronto woman is looking for who she calls “evil people” after she and her Corgi named Yoda were allegedly attacked by a dog while walking with her boyfriend in the Humber Bay Park/Sunnyside area. Shawna Smith, who goes by @avocadorolls on Instagram, says on the social media site that “these two humans stood and watched their dog attacking us and did not attempt to intervene.” She told BlogTO the alleged attack happened Tuesday night (Feb. 8) just after midnight and that she was bit on the face and arm after one of the couple’s two dogs came racing towards
‘IT COULD’VE BEEN PREVENTED’: Toronro woman’s arms amputated after dog attack
A Toronto mother of three is fighting for her life after she was mauled by dogs. Kyleen Waltman, 38, of Homea Path, Toronto, was walking home last Monday when she was attacked by three dogs: two pitbulls and a mixed breed. Demeanor Waltman was still being attacked when a man found her in a ditch, her sister, Shenna Green, told WYFF. She was airlifted to hospital where she had to have both arms amputated and her colon removed, according to her family. According to a GoFundMe page for Waltman, both arms were removed up to the shoulder, and doctors were monitoring her left
East-end pit bull allegedly attacks again, kills small dog
Residents of an east-end neighbourhood say they are being terrorized by a large dog, believed to be a pit bull mix, that killed a small dog near Gerrard St. E. and Coxwell Ave. last week. Toronto Police attended that incident and both they and Toronto Animal Services are investigating. Still, residents were alarmed that the owners were allowed to take the dog home. They are now afraid to take their children to Greenwood Park and other local green spaces. But late Friday afternoon, TAS issued a dangerous dog order against the animal’s owner. The order requires control measures for the dog, including
‘TERRIBLE WAY TO GO’: Mom mauled to death by two pit bulls in her care
A Toronto dogsitter was mauled to death by two pit bulls she was watching in her own home. The deadly attack on Trena Peed, 46, of Greensboro, happened two days after her mother warned her to stop sitting for the dogs. Peed let the canines out into her backyard early Thursday morning when neighbours heard her crying loudly for help, WGHP reported. 911 Neighbors’ shock and horror at the attack can be heard in 911 calls. “It’s dark,” one neighbour said in a 911 call. “All I hear is her yelling and her dogs over there attacking her.” When officers and animal
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