Sunday, November 29, 2009

Bandit's fate up in the air

Bandit, a cross bred dog Tim Trow fought for in 2003 and early 2004, is now in the custody of the OSPCA.

The dog bit his former owners grandson, to the tune of 200 stitches and was turned over to Toronto Humane Society where he has remained since.  The city pound refused to take Bandit so police took him to THS. A battle erupted between Toronto Animal Services and Toronto Humane Society. Tim Trow was fighting for Bandit's life and TAS were trying to end it. Apparently TAS claims there was a mis-communication between police and TAS, otherwise they would have taken custody of the dog initially.

This week when OSPCA officials raided THS, Bandit allegedly lunged and was pepper sprayed.

To read more about Bandit click here.

1 comment:

  1. I've said it before, I'll say it again.

    Bandit. A dog that was failed by everyone in his short, sad life. His first owner, who failed to train and control him. Tim Trow at THS, who failed to train and control him. Bandit has had a sad, sorry life that will probably be much shorter than it should. Because of the HUMANS who failed him.