These "people" and Coleen Lyn's "group" are enough to make any sane person's head spin....I cannot gather my thoughts about them without using excessive profanity, so until I can wrap my brain around the nonsense they thrive on, google them...or read some of their quotes below....truly sickening that pepole this ignorant are born with the ability to reproduce.
About the founder
Colleen Lynn resides in Seattle, Washington. On June 17th, 2007, she was attacked for approximately 5-seconds by a leashed pit bull while jogging on her block. She was hospitalized for two days at Harborview Medical Center after undergoing surgery to repair a severe bone fracture. Four months later, she launched DogsBite.org.
Our popular blog tracks dog attacks and dog law trends from coast to coast. We also track world trends. Vicious dog attacks, primarly by pit bulls, are not unique to the U.S.
The pit bull is the most popular fighting breed in the world. Learn about pit bulls and why they don't let go.
DogsBite.org launched in October 2007. To our knowledge, we are the first and only resource of this kind. The "pit bull problem" is over 20-years old. In this time, at least 10 US State Supreme Courts have ruled that pit bulls pose a greater risk to communities and can be regulated accordingly. We are a national group because this is a national problem.
Dogsbite.org and their friend the Pit Bull Nazi-
Tom Skeldon: Dog Warden of the Year 2008
Tom Skeldon has vigorously worked to prevent horrendous pit bull maulings resulting in serious injuries or death of human beings, their domesticated pets and livestock. As the prevention of these horrific attacks have a clearly higher social priority over other animal issues best addressed by non-profit animal welfare organizations, his tireless focus on the growing dangerous pit bull epidemic, while enduring relentless unfair attacks by organized groups with both open and hidden political pro-pit bull agendas, has earned Tom Skeldon the justifiable reputation as the most effective dog warden in the United States of America. His dedication to protect the residents of Lucas County and other people across North America through his consultation, education, and testifying for other jurisdictions facing their own epidemic of pit bull attacks, from the shores of the Pacific, to the heights of the Rocky Mountains, and into the colder regions of Ontario, Canada, reflects greatly upon him, the Office of the Lucas County Dog Warden, and all of Lucas County Ohio. Through his efforts, hundreds of communities across the U.S. and Canada are better protected from these inherently dangerous dogs, resulting in the prevention of several fatal and near-fatal pit bull maulings. Therefore, upon this 16th day of December, 2008, DogsBite.org hereby bestows upon Tom Skeldon, the Dog Warden for Lucas County Ohio, its award for Dog Warden of the Year -- 2008.