Tag: victim advocacy

September 20, 2013

A gigantic thank you to Colleen Lynn and all who work on www.dogsbite.org! Without you, all of us victims of pit bulls and other dangerous dog attacks would have nothing to fall back on. We wouldn’t know where to turn. After the pit bull attacked my dog, I searched online for information to make sense […]

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September 11, 2013

The founder of DogsBite.org, Colleen Lynn, responds to distortions made by another animal advocacy group. Her response exemplifies why city officials should not entrust the health and safety of their citizens to such groups. Re: Letter to the editor, Breed-specific language ‘inherently flawed and does not work,’ Burnaby NOW, Sept. 10, 2013. Dear Editor: DogsBite.org […]

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July 26, 2013

I wanted to share what my nonprofit, DogsBite.org, released today: Read: Beyond the Interview – Essay of a Fatal Pit Bull Mauling DogsBite.org Releases ‘Beyond the Interview’ Essay: Father of Child Killed by Babysitter’s Pit Bulls Speaks Out After Attack Jeff Borchardt, the father of a young boy mauled to death by two pit bulls, […]

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April 3, 2013

Colleen Lynn – founder and president of dogsbite.org Every country should help establish a human victim-centred organisation with resources and statistical studies. This organisation should be independent of influence and funding by dog breeder, veterinarian and animal welfare groups. We’re a US charity dedicated to reducing serious dog attacks. Every week, a person from the […]

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September 24, 2012

In a recent letter to the editor of The Vancouver Sun, the founder of DogsBite.org, Colleen Lynn, shines a light of truth upon falsifications written in an “opinion” piece published by the same newspaper. Below is the submission, the published letter was edited. Re: Opinion: Punish aggressive behaviour of individual dogs, not the breed DogsBite.org, […]

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August 23, 2012

Dear Colleen Lynn, First of all, your site does absolutely first rate research. Without your findings, when I had my pit bull moment, I would have been rudderless in a sea of inequity. For a non-profit to do the kind of work you do, informing people like myself about the grave realities of that breed, […]

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