A toy poodle is killed by a pit bull in an Owings Mills townhouse community. The little dog’s owners are devastated. The attack refuels controversy over the pit bull breed and what some call a pattern of violence.
Maryland lawmakers have been appointed to a task force to study the impact of a court ruling by the state’s highest court on pit bulls.
There is growing anger over Maryland’s high court ruling after a pit bull attack. An organization that promotes animal rights legislation is asking the governor to pass new legislation during the General Assembly’s special session next week.
Maryland’s highest court labels pit bulls dangerous. The ruling sparks a heated debate pitting people trying to protect animals and children against each other.
Baltimore brothers are cleared of killing a pit bull. But animal rights activists say the dog did not die in vain.
Not guilty on all counts. A jury has acquitted twin brothers accused of lighting a pit bull puppy on fire.
In the case against twin brothers accused of setting a dog on fire, the lead detective tries to convince a jury he arrested the right suspects.
Testimony continues in the second trial of the twin brothers accused of setting a pit bull on fire.
There was powerful testimony in the trial for two brothers accused of setting a pit bull on fire in Baltimore City.
Nearly two months after he was found bloodied on the side of the road in Linthicum, Rocky Road has a new home and family.
The pit bull, whom county police believe was a “bait dog” used to train fighting dogs, has been adopted by a family of four living in the Gibson’s Grant community on Kent Island.
Gut-wrenching opening arguments in the retrial for the Baltimore twin brothers accused of setting a dog on fire then leaving it to die.
A new trial is underway for twin brothers accused of setting a pit bull on fire on a Baltimore street. Once again, animal advocates are closely watching developments.