Ailing dog Dasher dies after Queens car-throw: ASPCA

Ailing dog Dasher dies after Queens car-throw: ASPCA
Article from New York Daily News:

BluePearl Veterinary Partners Dasher, a female Rottweiler seriously injured after being jettisoned from a car, was treated for a week at Blue Pearl Veterinary Associates in Forest Hills, but was so badly injured she needed to be euthanized, the ASPCA said Monday.

Dasher, the dog tossed from a car in Queens last month, didn’t make it, officials said Monday.

The six-year-old female Rottweiler was so badly injured she needed to be euthanized, according to the ASPCA.

Her case had outraged animal lovers from all over.

“After thorough examinations by multiple veterinary specialists and round-the-clock efforts to improve her delicate condition, Dasher was not responding to treatment,” the ASPCA said in a statement. “Due to several serious medical complications that were causing significant disc…………………continues on New York Daily News
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Controversial petition to euthanize “Dino” the guard dog
Article from wwlp.com:

WARE, Mass. (WWLP) – There’s controversy surrounding a petition to euthanize a guard dog that has bitten more than a dozen people.

“Dino” can be found in a dog pen surrounded by signs warning people not to trespass behind the Villa restaurant on Main Street in Ware .

“This dog is doing its job all its doing is protecting its owner and its family and its property from people breaking into it.” The restaurants owner and 2nd floor resident Stephen Kolenovic got Dino to protect his property, and says that’s exactly what the dog is doing.

There have been 12 or 13 people that have been bitten by Dino, but in each case they were inside his fence, and none were ever charged or fined for trespassing.

Most recently a man was bitten by Dino, who claimed he was just trying to get through the property.  But after reviewing his surveillance cameras Steve Kolenovic believes the man was trying to steal some tools.

“I would love to see this guy charged, said Kolenovic about the man who he said was bitten while on his property. “And I understand Chief Healey has concerns but I think that his concerns are a little misguided because we have bigger concerns in this town than…………………continues on wwlp.com
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