Dog put down after biting baby girl

Dog put down after baby girl’s death

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A dog in Henderson, Nevada, was put down after biting a baby girl, who died from her injuries. According to multiple sources, a 15-month-old little girl was bitten on Saturday by a Rottweiler who belonged to a friend of the family.

The baby was transported to Henderson Hospital but she did not survive. Few details have been released about the tragic incident – and no information has been released about what led up to the bite.

The dog responsible for the bite was seized by animal control and euthanized at the owner’s request reports Las Vegas Now.

While there is no information about what transpired before this tragedy, it is imperative to ensure that all interactions between dogs and children are supervised.

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2 replies
  1. Barkley's Mom says:

    I’m willing to bet that the child and the dog were not being supervised and who knows what the child was doing to the dog. Kids this age don’t know any better and it’s up to the adults to keep them safe around dogs. Now the child is dead and so is the dog, whether it was at fault or not.


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