A heartbreaking event shocked the residents of Goya, Corrientes. While a mother and her son were enjoying the day in the yard of her house, the neighbor's pitbull entered her home and killed Batata, the family dog.
Clarisa, an animal protectionist, reported in a conversation with TN that the owner of the pit bull “has a history of abuse” and that this is not the first time that one of his dogs attacks. “He raises them and uses them for hunting,” she said.
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Batata was with his family when he was attacked by the pitbull. (Photo: Courtesy Clarisa Piasentini)
“Batata, the little dog that died, was at home with his family when the pitbull came in and took him to what would be his land and there he was torn to pieces. In the videos that the neighbors were able to make, you can see that his attitude is hunting and he grabs it as if to eat it. That's because of how his owner raised him, he has him to hunt,” Clarisa denounced.
According to him, Batata's owner made the corresponding statement, but they only responded that “it was a problem between two dogs and nothing more.” “She could only see through the bars that separated her land from the neighbor's land how they killed her little dog,” she said, distressed.
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As for the owner of the pit bull, they indicated that he is a veterinarian who would have a clandestine kennel and who has an extensive history of animal abuse. “It is not the first time that this pit bull kills, he had already killed a poodle,” he said and added: “The other dog also hurts us, because they stigmatize the breed as bad and the bad guy is his owner who mistreated him and who trains him. for hunting.”
Far from blaming the animal, Clarisa stressed that the responsibility for these events lies with the owner. “Today it's a dog, when it's a creature they're going to jump. The owner of the destroyed dog is doing everything possible to ensure justice is done. “We need there to be an exemplary punishment,” she asked.