Dangerous Rottweilers Will Be Rehabilitated After Lafayette Dog Attack

Two rottweilers will be taken from their owners and rehabilitated in the wake of two dangerous dog attacks that took place in Lafayette, Indiana, in recent months.

Indiana authorities say that the two aggressive dogs, named Nico and Dainjer, have bitten both a dog and a 12-year-old boy in recent months. The dogs have been reported roaming the neighborhood and out of their yard 15 times over the past year. A dog training specialist in Lafayette, however, has vouched for the dogs and says that with new training and with new owners, the two aggressive dogs could change their ways and make for safe pets. Over 30 people attended the hearing regarding the dangerous dogs – including many neighbors who said that they were happy to see the dogs go. The attendees included the parents of the boy who was bitten while riding his bike and the owners of a Husky who required surgery after being attacked by the dogs.
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Ann, rottweiler training expert 03/02/2011 11:23 AM
Aw, that's sad. I guess those dogs need an intensive training for them to understand that biting a person is wrong. They must be under the supervision of an expert. I'm lucky my rottweiler is harmless. A good training has an effect really.
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