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Pitbull pet dog attack, bites cow’s jaw in Kanpur, locals come to rescue | Watch

After Lucknow and Noida, another Pitbull attack came to fore from Kanpur. The Municipal Corporation has caught the attacker and the Shankar dog living with him. At the same time, three people including the teacher were injured in the attack of a stray dog ​​at Ratan Square Apartment in Chunniganj.

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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Kanpur: After Lucknow and Noida, another Pitbull attack video surfaces from Kanpur in which dog bites cow’s jaw. In the scary video, the dog can be seen sucking the cow’s jaw as it struggles to save itself. The incident took place at Kanpur’s Sarsaiah Ghat. The ferocious dog was seen clinging to the cow’s jaw. However, after some time, it left its grip on the cow’s face. This happened when the owner rescued the cow after hitting the dog with a cane stick.

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Both have been kept at the Animal Birth Control Center. Preparations have been started for action against their owner. Sumit Mishra, a resident of Sarsaiah Ghat, was taking his pet pitbull dog for a walk on the banks of the Ganges in the afternoon. Then the pet dog started biting at the feet of a cow standing there. When the cow tried to drive him away from the face, the dog attacked him in the face. Seeing this the others present in the ghat started shouting.

Sumit tried to separate the dog, but it did not separate, then he separated it with a stick. After this the Municipal Corporation swung into action. Dr. RK Niranjan, Deputy Chief Veterinary Officer, Municipal Corporation said that as soon as it was detected, a team was sent and investigated. It was found in this that the pet pitbull dog of Sumit Mishra, resident of Sarsaiah Ghat, attacked Krishna’s cow.

Local people told that this dog has attacked like this for the first time. Another pet bitch was found in Sumit Mishra’s house, which was a cross breed of Pitbull. Both the pet dogs were immediately confiscated. They have been kept at the ABC Center. Sumit has been called on 23 September to the Veterinary Department located in the Municipal Corporation along with the registration papers of both the dogs, vaccination etc. If the pet dogs are not registered and vaccinated, then other action will be taken against them including fine as per rules.

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The owner of the cow rescued the animal after repeatedly hitting the Pitbull with a stick. Later, as the video went viral, the municipal authorities seized the dog and put it in a cage while the cow that suffered a serious injury in the jaw, was sent to a veterinary hospital.

The Pitbull owner Goldie Mishra has been asked to show the dog`s licence. Incidentally, the Pitbull had attacked another person in the same locality a week ago. It may be recalled that nearly half a dozen persons have been attacked by Pitbull dogs in different incidents over the past two months. An elderly lady succumbed to injuries in Lucknow in July.

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