A Westmoreland County family is furious after a neighbor killed one of their dogs and seriously injured another.
A western Pennsylvania woman will spend three years on probation, including six months on house arrest, after pleading guilty to child endangerment in the mauling death of her newborn son by the family’s pet Husky.
Police in West View believe a stray animal is to blame for killing a family’s pet husky.
“Nikko” or “Helo” as he’s now called has been given a life sentence.
The fate of a Husky blamed in the death of a newborn in McKeesport was debated Thursday in court. A three-day-old baby died after he was bitten by the Husky back in February. Because of that incident, the dog has been classified as dangerous.
A 2-year-old Husky is back with his owner today thanks to some Good Samaritans in Westmoreland County.
Allegheny County Police are filing a single count of “harboring a dangerous animal in which injury or death occurs” against Brandy Furlong. It is considered a first class misdemeanor. She faces a magistrate’s hearing.
A court hearing was held today over the fate of the dog blamed in the death of a newborn baby in McKeesport last month.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek spoke with William Uhring, the man who adopted the McKeesport husky that bit a newborn infant in the family’s home earlier this month.
Dog law violations filed against the mother of a newborn that was mauled by a Husky have been dropped.
A 2-day-old baby has died after being bitten by one of the family dogs – a Husky – at a home in McKeesport.