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Pitbull Dog Attacked The Owner In Ropar Of Punjab

After Lucknow, a Pitbull attacked his owner in Punjab. Punjab belongs to Ropar district. A home guard worker of Mazharli village here was badly bitten by a pet pitbull. He has been admitted to the Government Hospital in Chandigarh. Where his condition is said to be out of danger.
According to the information, Randhir Singh Dheera (45), a resident of village Mashorali, is posted as Home Guard in Panchkula. He has kept a pitbull dog in his house for safety. When he reached his home on Thursday evening, the pet pitbull thrashed him badly.

Randhir Singh was first taken to the government hospital in Morinda in a bleeding condition. Seeing his condition critical, he was sent to the Government Hospital in Phase-VI, Mohali, but Randhir Singh was later admitted to the Government Hospital in Sector 32, Chandigarh. Now doctors have declared his condition out of danger.

Teenager was attacked in Batala

Earlier on July 30, a Pitbull dog grabbed a 13-year-old teenager by the ear and badly scratched the ear in village Kotli Bham Singh of Batala, Punjab. If the teenager’s father had not saved him, he could have lost his life. The injured Gurpreet Singh had told that on Friday late evening his father had gone to put urea in the fields. He also went to his father. After this his father’s scooter got damaged.
He was coming with his father after getting the scooter fixed, then a young man from the village was coming on the way. He had a pitbull dog with him. Suddenly the dog started barking seeing him, so the dog’s owner left the dog. The dog attacked him and grabbed him by the ear. When the father pressed the dog’s mouth with great difficulty, then the dog left his ear.

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