VALPARAISO | Piper has been discovered.
Chaos, a pit bull, sleeps with his owner Mike Shaw, of Chesterton, during the Coast-to-Coast Bully Walk at Coffee Creek Watershed Conservancy Preserve. The event, held in conjunction with walks all over the country, was intended to highlight the breed’s overwhelmingly positive traits.
Ramsey, who is available for adoption from Giant Paw Prints Rescue in Valparaiso, licks volunteer Thonda Heilman's face Sunday during the Coast-to-Coast Bully Walk in Chesterton.
Dog lovers walk with their dogs Sunday as part of the Coast-to-Coast Bully Walk in Chesterton. The event featured music, adoption opportunities, speakers and a dog walk.
This summer has brought more than high temperatures to Hobart, where officials and residents are feeling the heat of a public policy issue as they debate tightening the city's vicious dog laws.
This is in response to the letter, "Pit bulls should be banned because of vicious attacks." With all due respect, in the majority of these horrific cases of children being attacked, it is either the owner of the dog attacking who has failed to raise the dog properly or, in many cases, neglig…
HOBART | A group of dog owners opposed to singling out specific breeds with city ordinances has joined forces to get its point across to city officials, group spokesman Mike Jewett said.
I was distressed to read the Hobart City Council is entertaining vicious dog regulations specifically directed at pit bulls. I support measures to make communities safer, but the definition of “pit bull” is amorphous in public perception.
After reading Jack Clover's opinion about the American pit bull, I realized some people have a distorted view of an amazingly talented and truly best all-around dog.
HOBART | City official Sherryl Doerr and her daughter will go before the City Council this week to ask for more bite in existing dog ordinances.
HOBART | Melissa Blake said she watched helplessly as her pet dog was attacked and viciously killed by another dog in her backyard earlier this month.
HOBART | Resident Dave Richter is asking city officials to put some bite into laws governing dogs that might be considered dangerous.
CROWN POINT | While Lake County sheriff's police await the filing of charges in a suspected Gary dogfighting ring, the rescued dogs are undergoing rehabilitation.
PORTAGE | For the third time in less than a month, the city held hearings to determine whether a dog should be considered dangerous and face sanctions.
HAMMOND | Officials are investigating if deadly force was correctly used after an off-duty officer shot his neighbor's dog on Sunday.
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