Dog Bites News Reporter On Live TV

Submitted by: mabongrrl 5 years ago in

Kyle Dyer of Colorado"s 9 news gets a little to close to a rescued Argentine Mastiff. Ouch.
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Male 135
Petting a dog youn don`t know well vigorously on top of the head and then getting all up in its face is extremely rude and provocative...
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Female 1,803
I knew when she kept rubbing that dog`s face that it was getting way over-stimulated and then she sticks her face right at him? I don`t even like dogs and I know it`s not the dog`s fault.
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Male 31
drating idiot woman, Go ahead and put your face right up to the dogs, challenge it why dont you, thats why it bit you drating retarded female.
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Male 6,227
Did you notice her famous last words before that bite were "Happy Valentine`s Day"?
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Female 843
I read an article yesterday saying the reporter was rushed to an overnight clinic to get some kind of "emergency corrective surgery". That needed a few stitches, at most! Talk about over-dramatic
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Male 718
ANNNNNNNND the dog is put to sleep in 3....2...1..
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Male 1,674
dog bites tv reporter... no news
tv reporter bites dog... front page news.
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Male 571
okay.....alright.........okay........
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Male 1,268
There was a more recent video of the incident from 6pm yesterday. The dog has no history of violence, and is in quarantine for ten days. The shelter manager is currently suggesting the dog will likely be able to go home after those ten days. So at least that much was inaccurate information.
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Male 1,268
I`ve owned three pitbulls in my life and own one right now. Dogo`s are essentially american pitbulls as both are highly specialized hunter mutt`s frequently mixed with all sorts of european pure breed terrier`s and mastiff`s. Never once have I allowed a new person get anywhere near one of my pit`s without first giving that person a treat to give to my dog so the dog knows this person is friendly. One of my pit`s knew my three year old cousin and played with this boy regularly for over two years. Then all the sudden one day the boy sort of snuck up behind the dog and the dog was going to rip the boys had off had I not been as fast as I was.

I love the terrier mutts (american bulldog`s, pitbull`s, argintino dogo`s) but they are not bunny rabbits. They`re proven killers, and that needs to be respected.
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Male 2,419
lol i can`t find a single article on this that doesn`t read "OMGAWD INNOCENT ANCHOR BRUTALLY ATTACKED BY SAVAGE WILD DOG!"
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Male 10,339
*dogs.
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Male 10,339
It looked like she was smiling right in his face. Dog`s don`t know what a smile is.

All the dog knows is; "This animal is showing it`s teeth at me. Aggression? Oh hells no bitch!"
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Male 102
dumb bitch...uhh ok um yeah ok
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Female 4,086
i feel sorry for her pain, but she really is a moron. you NEVER get that up close and personal with a dog you don`t know. (kneading an animal`s face is hardly ever a good idea.) and you never ever put your face that close to a dog (or a cat or a reptile or anything with teeth) unless the two of you know one another very well. if you watch the dog`s expression you can tell he`s first puzzled and then pissed. that`s why he bit her. but as always, i`m sure the dog will be the one to suffer, not the stupid human.
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Male 1,920
Along with what others have pointed out, she shouldn`t have put herself in a position where she towered over the dog, this is also an aggressive behavior to the dog.
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Male 696
Beautiful dog.
Average looking reporter.
The Laws of Television are clear:
Justified bite.

gottagorillaforsalegottagorillaforsale
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Female 455
Yeah, she`s pretty much a moron. She`s lucky all she got was a quick nip; that thing could have taken her face off if it wanted to.
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Male 234
lol love how the guardians are so chill about what just happened. Didn`t even sit up in their seats.
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Male 10,440
Looks like someone got too close.
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Male 715
@I-IS-BORED where the hell do they stipulate what it was rescued from, I don`t hear any audio all I see is a description of a rescued dog, when I see any animal on television I automatically think "rescued from abusive owners"
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Male 1,364
btw, awesome dog.
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Male 1,364
you never should move your face that close to a dogs face. at least if tha dog is not yours. they just dont like that.
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Female 1,163
She shouldnt of put her face into the dogs face...
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Male 2,419
@smaus
wtf? since when do we have trends about dogs being rescued after falling through the ice?
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Female 375
How come 90% of the commenters here realise that the dog looked stressed and was trying to get away but not a single person in that studio said something?
Besides, if someone touched my face without permission and put their face right in mine, I reckon I`d bite them too.
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Male 670
Why would anybody rub a dog`s face that much?
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Female 43
Dude. The dog gave the reporter ample time to back off. Baring his teeth and everything. She still went in closer. Idiot.
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Male 526
wow, no one seemed all that concerned.
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Male 715
why do they bring rescues on live television, they mostly end up on the blooper reel, a picture would have sufficed
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Male 55
Stupid airhead deserved it...she had already irritated the dog by patting it all over its face, the she`s stupid enough to put her face up to a Dogo Argentino like that...the freaking things are bred to kill wild boar and mountain lions for drat sakes. I`ll adopt that dog right drating now.
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Female 513
"rescued" here doesn`t mean it was a stray or was rescued from a mill. The dog went through the ice. The guy holding it is it`s owner (who has now been charged for breaking the city`s leash laws). So, we have a dog who was fearful (licking it`s lips, giving a sideways glance) and trying to flee (by moving away, only to be brought back). The next logical step for a predator animal is to fight. You have a strange lady showing her teeth (aggression sign to a dog that doesn`t know you), holding her hand on its head and muzzle (another aggressive action to a dog), and getting in its face while it`s stressed with the rescue the day before, the bright lights, the cameras, the new people.

In the end, she got what she deserved. The dog was doing what a dog in that situation would do. It communicated to her that it was stressed and NOT OK with what she was doing, and she didn`t listen.
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Male 3,909
She`s a dumba$$ for getting all up in the dogs face. If you don`t know the dog & if the dog doesn`t know you that`s what happens...
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Male 878
They may as well put that dog down after the show. Nobody is going to adopt that!
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Female 1,205
that`s what you get lady. Never put your face close to dogs you don`t know, especially rescue ones who have been through a lot of trauma. I mean, I`m definitely no expert but that just seems common sense.
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Male 901
IN THE FACE!!!!
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Male 25,416
lolz
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Male 1,737
She should of taken a clue from the way the guy was holding the dog back. If it was really calm and friendly it would of been loose or just a leash.
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Male 4,594
Ohm nom nom...
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Female 4,359
serves her right really, why did she put her face that close to a strange dog? idiot.
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Female 14
Link: Dog Bites News Reporter On Live TV [Rate Link] - Kyle Dyer of Colorado`s 9 news gets a little to close to a rescued Argentine Mastiff. Ouch.
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