Pit Bull Reunited With Its Owner Following Report on TLS

kloePHOTO: A report on The Lakewood Scoop yesterday about a pit bull running loose downtown, helped reunite the dog with its owner.

The worried owner of the pit bull tells TLS she read about the lost dog, and because of it managed to get her dog back just hours later.

Frederica Currington Warren submitted the following letter to TLS:

1“Good afternoon Lakewood Scoop, I just wanted to take the time to say, thank you for your page, because of it, and the post that you posted of my dog, the white pit, I thank you, kloe is home, safe and sound. I thank you again. GRACE AND PEACE.”

The dog was captured by police officers while it was running near the Yeshiva Ketana school on Second Stree, [TLS]

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15 COMMENTS

  1. pit bulls are not dangerous they are actually very affectionate dogs they are only aggressive if they are trained to be like that or someone is harming their owner

  2. @ANON
    Pitbull’s like any dog are as aggressive as their owner trains them to be. As a matter of fact Pitbull’s are historically known as the “Nanny dog” due to their gentle, loyal and protective nature with the children of their owners.

  3. As in many cities accross the globe, pit bulls should be banned. Don’t give me the “affectionate” or the “Nanny dog” comments… there’s a reason why they’re banned in many places! I doubt that powerful ‘animal rights’ groups wouldn’t be able to stop the bans if there wasn’t solid proof to their dangerous nature.

  4. if she can’t watch her dog. She should be able to keep it. If that was a 2 year old child wondering around social services would have called and the child potentially would have been taken away!!!!

  5. Nice puppy. She should be fined as this dog is a natural killer and people’s lives were put at risk # 3. ARE YOU SERIOUS??? YOU CANT BE THAT BRIGHT JUST BY THE COMMENT YOU POSTED. WHAT A HYPOCRITE. LIVES WHERE REALLY AT STAKE ON THIS ONE. STOP IT. THAT DOG CANT WEIGH MORE THAN 50 lbs. & TO #9 DONT COMPARE CHILDREN & DOGS BECAUSE IM SURE THAT DOG BY THE LOOKS OF IT IS VERY WELL TAKEN CARE OF. I VE SEEN MORE LOOSE 2-3 YEAR OLD CHILDREN ALL OVER LAKEWOOD WITHOUT A PARENT ANYWHERE AROUND.

  6. wow some people are so ignorant it is actually scary…pit bull are not aggressive dogs unless ignorant people are training them to be so ..sad how stupid some people are !! happy to hear your dog got home safe!

  7. I was told by a boy in the school that the dog was running around chasing the boys but appeared to be playing with them because she didn’t harm any she got close to. The boys may have been frightened but that’s because they have minimal if any exposure to dogs.

  8. @#13 “Playing with them”?
    Chasing children and biting pants legs is a bit more than playing, even for those with more than”minimal” exposure!

  9. Playful dog slips out of collar to hang out with the townsfolk. Takes a leisurely stroll down 3rd street and sees children playing in a yard. Playful dog wants to play too so she runs into the yard to make friends. Children are frightened by playful dog so they run. Playful dog sees the running as playing so she jumps in to join the fun. Police come and yoke playful dog up on a rope. Townsfolk don’t see her as “playful dog” but as “dangerous breed”. Uneducated bias breaks out. Children grow fearful of any dog.
    Poor playful dog just can’t catch a break…

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