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Brian PerryNEW PORT RICHEY, FL – A 4-year-old Rottweiler is dead after Brian Perry punched it to death only four days after he adopted the dog from Gulfstream Guardian Angels Rottweiler Rescue.

Grace Acosta, who runs the rescue, said Perry had passed all the necessary background checks needed to adopt Gipper, an 85-pound Rottweiler. You can check out some pictures of the dog in their “Happy Endings” section where it states: “His adoption came very quickly and his new family, Cristy and Brian are now in love with him.”

“These people that adopted this dog from us went through the whole thing. We had excellent vet reports, we had someone visit their home, checking the home. It was approved. And they came with their own dog to meet with us,’ Acosta said.

But after four days in his new home, Perry punched the Gipper to death after the dog ran to a neighbor’s home and began barking at other dogs through a screen enclosure. In response to this, 47-year-old Brian Perry allegedly killed Gipper by repeatedly punching it in the face. He then buried the dog’s body and refuses to say where.

Perry’s wife told reporters that the dog was vicious and that her husband was only trying to protect their neighbor’s dogs. Perry has admitted to beating the dog to death with his fists and has since been charged with animal cruelty.

“In 30 years that I have been involved with Rottweilers, especially doing rescues, I have never encountered an incident like this,” said Acosta.

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  • Too bad Brian Perry can’t be punched to death.

  • Too bad Brian Perry can’t be punched to death.

  • Andrea Pizzuto

    I hope they take the other dog away.. what a disgusting creature.

  • Ugh!

  • Ugh!

  • Athena

    Even if the dog is “vicious”, as it could very well be, this is overkill. Unless the dog is attacking you, you restrain it and get rid of it in a sanctioned manner, like returning it to the rescue. You do not punch a dog to death because it maybe might have wanted to injure another dog.

    Fucking psycho.

  • Wolf_of_Mars

    Black & tan-list him…

  • What a beautiful dog. 🙁

  • What a beautiful dog. 🙁

  • I love dogs but if he was protecting his neighbor he should have called the cops

  • I love dogs but if he was protecting his neighbor he should have called the cops

  • 18th40

    Take a gander at the complexion (or completion if you’re CT) I’m willing to bet his Cheerios are served with MD2020 and he was hammered when he finally won his first fight.

  • CT


  • 18th40

    Huh ? What ? Who ?…….Me ? Back off I’ve got a clown in my pocket !!! (insert jokes here).

  • CT

    Oh it’s on. I now plan to stalk you. Can you send me your address? Oh and some money for a plane ticket if necessary? Oh yeah, I like to drink so I’ll need some money for booze on the plane.

  • CT

    Nice try, NSSS is always trying to show me his clown.

  • 18th40

    You meant “if” necessary right ?

  • CT

    Already got it, D-bag

  • Andrea Pizzuto

    Usually animal rescues do temperment testing to see if an animal has aggressive tendencies, if it does.. It’s usually put down. Liability lawsuits and all that. I don’t believe the dog was vicious, the douche holding the leash, on the other hand..

  • MaricelaAlvrz

    Way to ruin my day Morbid!!

  • 18th40

    They tested the wrong fucking animal.

  • Buffettgirl

    Wonder what he does to his wife when she pisses him off… nice of her to jump to his defense, like there is a defense…

  • CT

    Fine. I’m not going to stalk you. You had to ruin it. Way to go.

  • 18th40

    So I can unpack ?

  • The dog ran over to the neighbors screened in porch where other dogs were. He was barking at them. He wasn’t biting, or even growling. HE WAS ACTING LIKE A DOG. The owner, and his lying pig wife should go to jail. They should die horrible slow deaths. THIS WAS A FRIGGING 86LB ROTTWEILER. If he had a mean bone in his body he would have easily torn that man to pieces. This dog died a horrific death by a coward. PLAIN AND SIMPLE.

  • The dog ran over to the neighbors screened in porch where other dogs were. He was barking at them. He wasn’t biting, or even growling. HE WAS ACTING LIKE A DOG. The owner, and his lying pig wife should go to jail. They should die horrible slow deaths. THIS WAS A FRIGGING 86LB ROTTWEILER. If he had a mean bone in his body he would have easily torn that man to pieces. This dog died a horrific death by a coward. PLAIN AND SIMPLE.

  • newstarshipsmell


  • People suck, someone should beat dear sweet animal loving Brian to death…..just saying.

  • CT

    That was NOT an invitation to continue.

  • newstarshipsmell

    Invitation accepted.

  • newstarshipsmell

    Thanks, Brian. You’re the entire reason why rescue shelters are such fucking Nazis about who they’ll allow to adopt. Good job.

  • If the dog was so viscious then they should have returned it.. I don’t belueve their story and call bs!

  • He got the dog on craigslist, this is close to me, it was on the news.

  • that dude should be severely beaten!!

  • 18th40

    I read it the same way.

  • He got the dog from a rescue center that may have been advertised on Craigslist. The rescue center has pictures of the dog with the Perrys other dog.

  • Morella La Muerte

    I hope someone punches this sicko to death. He could have restrained the dog, tethered it or put it in the garage or such, and called animal control or the rescue he got it from. There is no excuse for this behavior.

  • Red Foreman

    I hope that while he’s in jail someone beats him to death with their fists. Anyone who harms a animal or a person should have the same done to them. Just the way I see things, you may not agree with me but that is your choice. Because if they have no regard for the life of a animal then they will have none for a persons life either.

  • Yeah, alot of rescues put ads on CL esp around here.

  • Yeah, alot of rescues put ads on CL esp around here.

  • ShelbySP

    Too bad this fucker didn’t “rescue” a pit bull, huh? He wouldn’t have made it through the first punch.

  • Rescue Dog Punched To Death By Brian Perry Four Days After Being Adopted – http://t.co/xHdWE70dI4

  • EveryVillainIsLemons

    Rottweilers are great dogs, with proper training and socialization. It’s too bad that this poor dog ended up with such a shitty owner. Dogs bark at each other, especially when they don’t know each other. Shit happens. I hope this shitty excuse for an owner enjoys jail.

  • RT @dreamindemon: Rescue Dog Punched To Death By Brian Perry Four Days After Being Adopted – http://t.co/wiAWk8N8QQ

  • @dreamindemon @Leslieannscott This makes me so sick and angry!!!!

  • Athena

    You don’t gotta lie to kick it. You were already on Expedia lookin’ for one-ways.

    …and you wouldn’t be wrong. You couldn’t find a finer boozin’ stalker if you tried. I’ve seen this woman’s legs.

  • Athena

    I realize this. However, there are some less-than-reputable rescues out there that wouldn’t know due diligence if it yanked on their peter, which is why I left the possibility open.

    Edit: After typing this, I realize that animal rescues have a feminine connotation in my mind.

  • t0ofIy

    Fuck this guy. How do you beat a fucking dog to death with your bare hands? I can understand losing your cool and maybe swatting your dog or kicking at it(still bad), but to repeatedly punch a dog until it was dead? Sick fuck needs to be removed from society.

  • G.I.R.L.

    Why didn’t he just, i dunno, return it? Dodo.

  • 18th40

    I was always under the impression you didn’t actually go…you know….looking for stalkers ?…Still have just a bit of a stain there I see.

  • I’d like to punch his punk ass to death!

  • Athena

    I should have mentioned, I lived in the hood for four years in my early 20s. That stain? Yeah… it’s on my soul.

    And, is it wrong to accept a stalker when they’re that quality? I mean, I’ve had a stalker or five over the course of my brief history, and if I had been given the choice…

  • Emily Clocke

    If the dog really was “vicious”, the dog would have fought back. Basically, If Gipper really was a bad dog, Brian Perry wouldn’t still have his hands.

  • Jose Pinones

    I hate these stories!

  • Michelle Moore

    The asshole will probably say he felt threatened by the dog. That’s a legit excuse for killing high-risk breeds and minorities, right?

  • 18th40

    Only 5 ?? Again with the modesty.

  • What the hell is wrong with people? Pure lil guy.

  • Heather_Habilatory

    He punched a dog to death because it was talking to his new neighbors? I mean, seriously, that’s what was going on. He and the neighbor dogs were communicating… what a fucking tard.

  • Athena

    Only three confirmed. Two suspected. One required temporary police transport. All five creepy as fuck… and I haven’t learned a single lesson.

    …and quit mocking.

  • 18th40

    I would never mock a Bad Religion fan. Were they people you knew from work or school ? That is a fucking disturbing behaviour.

  • JohnQknowitall

    Perry punched the Gipper to death after the dog ran to a neighbor’s home and began barking at other dogs through a screen enclosure… Perry’s wife told reporters that the dog was vicious and that her husband was only trying to protect their neighbor’s dog

    The world is a better place. Thanks for doing what responsible aggressive breed owners should all be doing.

  • ultracreep

    Knowing Rottweilers like I do (the family dog of choice at my house growing up), if the dog was truly vicious, he wouldn’t have been able to punch it to death and return relatively unscathed.

  • JohnQknowitall

    No temperament testing at any shelter is perfect and in fact this shelter could have been wrong
    all together in its report to this guy. This guy checked out well by the shelter. No criminal records are being screamed. There is no reason to believe that he isn’t a fine person. The dog entered another person’s property. The rules
    changed. We do not know that the guy didn’t try other tactics first…
    so we jump to a conclusion of guilt prior to a fair and proper inspection. The dog was dumped at a rescue… I wonder why….

  • JohnQknowitall

    Where did you read that he hadn’t attempted to restrain the dog in a different way? The dog was merely barking? No teeth? No charging? It didn’t threaten this guy when he went into the neighbor’s yard to collect him? The dog was as innocent as a puppy? The man who was checked out by the shelter and has no legal matters mentioned here is as guilty as sin?

  • Athena

    The first one was the scariest. A random dude off the street. He was the one that required the temporary police escort. Pretty gripping story, actually – one I’d be happy to tell you if you find me on Facebook. I’ve absorbed way too much bandwidth on my life around here, and it deserves a certain level of detail.

    Second was an ex from school. He was cruel. Ended up dying in a car accident and taking three beautiful young ladies with him. One dead person I don’t feel guilty talking badly about.

    The third was also from school. Would call my first place when he knew I was home. It just so happened a roommate would always answer. He’d ask for me in a formal manner, and when I answered, he’d hang up. Until I was home alone one day (car was in the shop). I answered unexpectedly, at which point he screamed angrily, “You know it’s not supposed to fucking work this way!” and hung up. Cops could never do anything.

    The last two (unconfirmed) were from the interwebs. The first managed to call several cousins across the country (when you find me on Facebook, you’ll understand why anyone with my last name is likely a direct relative) asking for my contact info. None gave it to him, and he never found me. The last was acquainted with this site. Morbid actually kindly brought him to my attention.

    A little disturbing, but I’m fuckin’ punk rock, so I escaped (relatively) unscathed.

  • Athena

    No property damage or injuries were mentioned either. The media has no problem vilifying a “bully breed”, which a Rott is a classic example of. So, had this been some hell hound, it would have been reported. His criminal history, if it exists, wouldn’t necessarily get reported if not germane.

  • Athena

    When you adopt a dog like that, it is your responsibility to prepare, physically and emotionally. If they had prepared physically, this dog wouldn’t have escaped. If they had prepared emotionally, it wouldn’t have gotten beaten to death. I know… I adopted a Rott from a pound.

    I love your contrary perspective. But I find it to be a bit of a stretch, here.

  • 18th40

    How long did the random dude stalk you for ? I like to hear more about that one. I would gladly find you on Facebook but I decided I could more than do without it when everyone started posting what they were about to be eating on it, represented a turning point of some kind. I sent you an FR in back though.

    I’m not terribly surprised you escaped relatively unscathed, I’m sure the hood street smarts and the punk in you helped. And strange as this sounds I’ll bet that damn debating history of yours played a role as well. I noticed early in my professional career that people who were invested in public speaking or debate could be very, very difficult to negotiate with and I mean that in a positive way, they always impressed me. I joked with Texas Ranger about Toast Masters a day or two ago, but I was only half way kidding, you develop incredible response times and thick skin.

    And I’m actually surprised it was only one acquainted with this site.

  • shadough

    The reason to believe that he is not a fine person is that he beat a dog to death by punching it in the face. There are a myriad of reasons why an animal is dumped at a rescue. I’m moving, we have a new baby, allergies, lost my job, liked a puppy, but not a dog, digs up my garden, don’t have time for him, he barks too much, he cries at night, he doesn’t get along with my other dog…I could go on and on…(oops! guess I already did!)

  • JohnQknowitall

    The media loves to vilify humans and almost without exception in sensationalizing a story will bring out the human’s police record if it exists… it only takes a couple of minutes to find criminal records with subscription databases. The dog was dumped at a shelter and why? The man was checked out by the rescue and no red flags. The dog was most likely about to enter his neighbor’s house (after the dog ran to a neighbor’s home and began barking at other dogs through a screen enclosure). What if the dog entered the house and attacked the dogs and occupants… then it would be that owner is a dumb fuck…. the unfailing “there are no bad dogs only bad owners” bullshit group. I am on the man’s side until I hear reason to side with an aggressive breed dog dumped by its previous owner at a rescue and in the adopter’s neighbor’s yard barking at the neighbor’s dogs through what amounts to a mosquito screen.

  • Athena

    Ahhhh…. You know? I fucking knew you were too cool for Facebook. I’ve got a best friend like that. She plays a LOT of video games, but she had a swanky condo and a BMW, so…

    She’s a best friend and I love her (and happen to know she reads the site). <3 Love you, O!

  • Would it be satisfying to a human sense of justice if someone just set this prick on fire? If you wore a fire-fighting suit, could you punch him in the face while he was burning? Just, you know, out of curiosity.

  • if the dog was that vicious, it may have been a different behavioural factor from the environment it was in, with a territorial and established dog.

  • Wolf_of_Mars

    Does it count if I had to have a stalker ex-GF forcibly removed by the cops? She did go apeshit when they got her onto the patrol car & kicked one of the cops in the balls so hard, his lips turned as blue as his uniform.
    Ah, memories…

  • JohnQknowitall

    I actually find the relentless defense of of another species over a human without anything, but personal experience troubling.

    If the appeared to be about to jump through the screen of the neighbors house, ignored calls, fought restraint and showed no signs of being tempered – what would be appropriate? Survival of the fittest? I cannot say for fact that is what happened and unless you have information not in this or linked articles I have not seen, I don’t know how you could state your case with such certainty.

    Nobody has ever been more dedicated to his dogs than me, but at the end of the day human life trumps.

  • JohnQknowitall

    Or the dog had an uneven temperament, but “I don’t want to kill my little puppy so I will take him to the rescue with minimal info and it will be fine.” Neither of us know why he (the adopter) used such force for sure, but I am at least willing to wait for the public hanging until after the trial.

  • Pyncky

    I used to think you were one of the good commenters on here. If the dog was really aggressive with humans and attacked them, that is one thing. Some dogs do not get along with other dogs. This could have been just a show of dominance. If Brian had show his displeasure with this behavior and established himself as the Alpha, the dog would have been fine. If Brian didn’t know this or how to do it, then he had no business having a big dog to begin with. This would have been a different story if the dog had attacked him or his wife. Bottom line… if he no longer wanted the dog, take it back, tell them the story and let them deal with it.

  • JohnQknowitall

    OKAY in the simplest possible statement:

    There was a violent act. It ended in the death of a dog. Was the dog out of control or was it the man? NOBODY, no matter what they say here, knows anything more than the first two statements… otherwise it is all conjecture. On top of that our Constitution gives humans “the innocent until proven guilty thing” so I went out on a limb and carried on that thinning tradition.

    That is my point.

  • Tonya Oh

    Something is missing here…he admits to beating the dog to death but then buried its body and won’t say where?? This makes absolutely no sense.

  • Andrea Pizzuto

    Fine people do not beat animals to death.

  • emmavoberry


    Let’s do this. Win one for the Gipper! Please sign the petition to lobby lawmakers for stronger punishment against animal abusers/murderers. Spread the word. Let’s get a million signatures.

  • Andrea Pizzuto

    I guess I watch too much animal cops, thinking all rescues are reputable.. but just BEING around other dogs in the shelter, if the rott was agressive, it probably would have exhibited violent and/or aggressive behaviour. But I guess that wouldn’t deter them too much if they weren’t reputable.

  • techsupp0rt

    Oh right, It’s always people vilifying the other people, not blaming the dog or its breed…

    John, it’s obvious that you don’t know squat about dogs. Not a single damn thing beyond having 4 legs and teeth.

    If the dog was barking through the screened enclosure, it wanted to bark through the screened enclosure. It would not have been waiting for some other moment to suddenly charge through if it wanted to do so to eat those other dogs. It’s likely in a shelter because it was not socialized well (which this is evidence of), but if you knew a single thing about dogs, you’d know that dog socialization and people socialization are completely different things. Also, since it was in a rescue group, you can be sure this dog has been vetted, heavily tested, and worked with to address any issues it might have had, and likely would not have adopted the dog out if they thought it was a danger. There is simply no reason to save a dog that is inherently dangerous when you have others lining up behind them who would really do well in new homes.

    If the dog was really in ‘eat that other dog!’ mode, and Mr. Friendly had actually tried to restrain the dog, he would have very likely wound up with stitches. Lots of them. If that dog was in that mode, and he started punching it in the face, he would have needed a lot MORE stitches.

    Far more likely is that the dog didn’t quite know what to do about other dogs, so did what it thought was right, which was to run over and bark at them. This is common with rescues of any breed. Besides that, you don’t go to a rescue expecting to get a dog that is perfect in any way. You will be made aware of any issues the dog still has, and if you intend to adopt the dog, you are expected to know HOW TO HANDLE IT WITHOUT FUCKING PUNCHING IT TO DEATH. If you can’t handle a potentially dangerous situation with a potentially dangerous animal, YOU ARE AT FAULT for knowingly bringing the animal into this situation, and not having control over it.

    Animals do what animals do. They are animals. They function based on how they are programmed. He’s guilty of punching a dog to death, you don’t need a court of law to prove it if it’s admitted, you just need the court to sentence them if it can be proved. But since it was proven, I have no qualms whatsoever with saying that this man needs to be punched to death just as well. If he’ll lose control on an animal like that, there’s no reason to believe he can keep his control with people. People at least have the benefit of ‘knowing better’. But he didn’t, apparently. He gets mad and punches living things.

    How long, do you think, was between the point that the dog stopped actively trying to attack, and the time it died? Do you really think that it was trying to get through there and attack up until the very moment he landed one final killing blow on that very strong skull? It’s far more likely that he punched the dog a couple of times, it cowed, and he just kept on punching. If you know anything about dogs at all, have EVER been around more than your grandma’s lapshit, any other course of events wouldn’t make much sense unless you were reeeeaally reaching.

  • LuvsHorror

    Stalk him right to the police station? Lol

  • JohnQknowitall

    But dogs can and do attack and kill children and other innocent people and animals. Killing the attacking dog is the greater sin? Is that what you assert?

  • JohnQknowitall

    Well before you long windedly call someone full of shit, try to fill in the blanks with facts. You have none. What you have is conjecture.

    I do know a few things about dogs. How I know anything about dogs is none your business and berating someone to prove your point is sad.

    The man would not necessarily have had defense or attack wounds. He may have wounds from the dog. There is no mention.

    In this case you know no more than I do. The difference is I admit and look at the other side. If the guy were continually punching for no reason, why didnt it run away? Neither of knows anything here so be honest to yourself.

    Before you accuse someone of being full of shit, check your facts. Here’s some toilet paper to wipe your mouth.

  • 18th40

    I was going to stay out of this, oh well.

    I’m aware that you have a fairly good background with dogs, I’m also aware of how you feel about certain breeds, I’ve been around long enough for that. With quite a few of these cases, I’ve totally agreed with you.

    I have trouble with where your at on this one for a couple of reasons. 1) The dog was obviously judged as being fit to adopt out. 2) It was the neighbours who called the police stating that Mr. Perry was viciously beating the animal. 3) Mr. Perry was charged by the authorities with not only animal cruelty but with obstruction of a peace officer. 4) Do you know what would be required to beat a Rottie to death ? That’s a lot of nasty being handed out, wife made sure she stayed right on script there too..yup she sure did.. 5) And the one that really sticks with me; he called a couple of his friends to quickly dispose of the dogs body and he refuses to tell the authorities where the animal can be found.

    If, as your postulating, the dog was a threat to the neighbours or their animals, why didn’t they call the cops about the dog ? My guess is because the vicious and dangerous animal in the neighbourhood was walking on two legs, not four.

  • Jose Pinones

    I’ve read none of the recent animal abuse stories but appreciate the insite you offer. That being said, I wish the same fervor society feels for child molesters would be delivered to animal abusers.
    Ernest Hemingway once wrote, “The world is a fine place and worth fighting for.” I agree with the second part.

  • JohnQknowitall


    On DD and in supporting and supplemental articles we get some facts, some half truths and some full distortions. We don’t really have a valid way to investigate the accused -and- that is where the legal system comes in.

    Part of the fun here is jumping to conclusions, proving/disproving, bullshitting, aggravate each other, BUT sometimes like now, the lynch mob mentality scares the fuck out of me. Justice means examining facts, applying law and then enforcing the prescriptions of law. Lynch mob means: we have a pitch fork, torches and a rope… you get the sandwiches, I will get the beer and let’s string up the accused… we’ll give him a fair trial in the morning.

    Quite honestly if I were dating someone and was head over heels in love -and- he suddenly told me he owned a Rottie (Pit Bull or other aggressive breed) red flags and sirens would be going off in my head. For the same reasons, I don’t think this man is anyone I want to associate with, but he deserves his day in court — even if obstruction of justice is on the menu.

    The dog and the man both got a seal of approval from the Rescue – ergo their opinion is flawed. Hopefully the full truth will come out when the friends are subpoenaed. As always: better a guilty man goes free than an innocent man is punished. This is my point.

  • 18th40

    I wasn’t jumping to conclusions John. These are hard facts, I talked to Nancy Grace’s psychic’s cousin who reads tea leaves, has a taxidermy shop and does all of Diane Warwick’s accounting and she says you’re wrong because Diane has been in contact with the dog. I mean really, what the fuck else do I need to do to convince you ? Were done here, let’s move along.

  • Jubilex

    Heh fit to adopt out?

    Yeah must have been like this one: http://www.pedigree.com/03Adoption/Adopt-A-Dog/Select-A-Dog/dogDetails.aspx?dogid=20165716

    This dog was adopted out *twice* after being ‘found fit’ – the first adoption failed after the owner brought him back… (I wonder why) –

    Perhaps because the second person to adopt the dog found out – as the vicious monster ripped two other dogs apart within minutes.

    Next time this happens near me I’m going to give the owner 10 bucks and report it as a dog fight with money on the line – at least when that happens the dog gets put down.

    *My* point is the story of the mutant linked shows these shelters validating that the dog is ‘fit’ don’t actually mean anything.

  • abbys_mom

    I agree – how do we know how many punches it took? Possibly, and this is just a scenario, the dog was completely out of control and trying to bite, and trying to stop it, he punched it only a time or two. Just like humans, one hit in the right spot of the head can kill a dog. I think there’s probably a lot more to the story than we’ve gotten so far. If I believed a dog was going to attack someone, even mine, I could easily see my trying to controlling it getting out of hand without it being my fault.

  • abbys_mom

    It depends on what is meant by “punch a dog to death”. As I stated previously, what if it was only one or two punches in order to protect others that just hit the right spot, like in a person, and as we’ve read here before where one punch to the head kills someone? I’m sure there’s more to the story.

  • RT @dreamindemon: Rescue Dog Punched To Death By Brian Perry Four Days After Being Adopted – http://t.co/wiAWk8N8QQ

  • RT @dreamindemon: Rescue Dog Punched To Death By Brian Perry Four Days After Being Adopted – http://t.co/wiAWk8N8QQ

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  • newstarshipsmell

    Dude, I replied to you in the forums. Enjoy, man.

  • Jose Pinones

    Thx I just added my signature to it.

  • Twisted1

    A while back ago I was watching a episode of Bones with the hubby. It was about animal trafficing. The Siberian Tiger was killed and Bones breaks down crying over it. It was really sad and I started to tear up to see such a beautiful creatures death (even though I knew it was just a show). My husband though was very irritated and made a point that has stuck with me since. He said “What a bitch, she gets emotional over the death of a animal but never sheds a tear for human life”.

  • Andrea Pizzuto

    This dog killed no one. It was barking. If the dog had brunched on babies, that would be a horse of a different color. As others have said, had a rottweiler wanted to get through a screen door, it would have. Why are no defensive wounds reported? Why did the neighbors call the cops on the man, not the dog? Why does he refuse to give up the grave site? It’s the LACK of information that seems damning.

  • colliefreak

    He could have returned the dog, or hired a trainer, if there was a problem. There is no excuse for what he did. It is disgusting and I hope they throw the book at him!

  • CrimsonSorrow

    He just looks like a prick with a bad temper. The wife was probably glad he took his anger out on the dog and not her for once. Poor doggie <3

  • JohnQknowitall

    Were you there?

  • colliefreak
  • Mel Weber

    If that dog was vicious, as the wife said, that asshole would not have been able to punch it to death.

  • Were YOU? No. Stop defending this sorry piece of shit. Better still….how about you and I meet and I can show you, at great
    lengths, just how incredibly stupid you are. And by that I mean beat
    your skull in until you stop moving, show you what that poor dog went through.

  • JohnQknowitall

    Were or Where? This conversation was over weeks ago. Where were you?

    At this point we’re waiting to see what the courts have to say.

  • Danielle Vereen

    This hits close to home for me. I have two Rotties myself, a boy and a girl. My boy dog is a rescue dog who was beaten with a shovel at 6 months old in the eye by his former owner.. We had to go through screenings and all of that because the poor dog.. There are ways to handle vicious animals, such as getting them trained and acquainted with people before they come to live with a family. Rhine was a mean little thing until he got training, and now he licks my toes when I come home from work and plop on the couch.. But this is so unfortunate.. It’s bad enough Rotties have a bad rep, but when people don’t know how to handle them and kill them, it makes everything worse. RIP Gipper.

  • RubyB

    If this man had only hit it once or twice in order to get it to stop, why won’t he show the police the dog’s body.

    If his 12 year old child bites him, is that justification for beating the child to death.

    All these people whining about dogs being held in higher esteem that humans miss one very important point: Anyone that will do this to a dog will do it to a human if that human is physically less able than they are.

    The man lost his temper, pure and simple. I wonder about the anger control of people who defend him.

  • RubyB

    Over the last 35 years, I have worked with dozens of rescue groups. I have never found one that would not take an animal back. If this guy had any control over his temper, he would have returned the dog. He lost it so now he is in trouble. But the poor dog is dead–dying in a horrific and horrifically painful fashion.

  • RubyB

    He didn’t have to kill the dog even it was attacking, which it was not. He lost his temper. This man cannot be trusted. I hope he is assigned to Anger Management. But of course he must first be convicted. He’ll probably claim he was Standing His Ground.

  • RubyB

    JohnQknowitall is a troll. I am going to ignore him from now on.