LSO Seeks Menacing Pair of Pit Bulls - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

10/3/07

LSO Seeks Menacing Pair of Pit Bulls

NewsChannel 11 has learned of yet another pit bull attack, this time in Lubbock County.

An area family says two pits tore through their fence some time Tuesday night or Wednesday morning, and attacked their dog, Toto. And they say this is not the first time.

"He's pretty tore up," said Nikki Kilgore, Toto's owner. "He's alive, thank God, since it's the second attack that he's endured, he's okay."

Kilgore's family also includes two small children. Now she worries for their safety.

The Kilgores lives south of Woodrow, on County Road 2410. One of the pit bulls is brown, and the other is brown and white. If you can help identify these dogs, please call the Lubbock County Sheriff's Office.

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