Friday, May 14, 2010

Around the Intarwebz

Mothers Against Drunk Driving and The Humane Society of the United States are filing an ethics complaint against one of Rick Berman's organizations. Berman is the founder of the Center for Consumer Freedom, an organization that believes the obesity problem is a myth.

Broadway actress, Bernadette Peters, writes a children's book about a Pit Bull who wants to be loved by all, so she disguises herself as a Pig Princess. The dog is modeled after Stella, Peters own Pit Bull.

A German Shepherd who savagely mauled an employee at the kennel where the dog is being housed has not been killed or taken off duty as a police dog.

Oakland police are launching in inquiry into the shooting death of a healthy, juvenile deer by one of its police officers.

A stray mixed breed dog attacks a 3-yr-old, inflicting multiple bite wounds. It is unclear why the 3-yr-old had access to the loose dog.

A loose Akita bites a girl, causing minor injuries.

Creating fear in the media and politics.

Police dog, Ash, bites an employee, inflicting wounds that required stitches to mend.

A Rottweiler who bit a girl severely enough that 100 stitches were required to close the wound will not be killed. The dog apparently "bit" the girl when she fell on him. Officials are not classifying it as an "attack".

1 comment:

YesBiscuit! said...

Amazing that FLOTUS would spearhead a campaign against a myth...