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The dog had previously been sentenced to die by a Texas judge in February 2014 after he attacked a trainer named Amber Rickles.
The canine was in her care after its owner surrendered him for being 'nervous, growling and doesn't like children,' according to Bitney's suit.'With the pit bull still attached to her left breast, Ms.
Despite the horrific nature of the attack and the grueling surgeries and rehabilitation the suit says Rickles had to endure, Gus was rescued by the woman who'd originally brought him to Rickles, Jennifer L. Bitney says Romano appealed to the judge, who allowed Gus to live so long as Milan's Dog Psychology Center then agreed to take the pit bull and rehabilitate it at Millan's center, according to the 27-page lawsuit.
The Dog Whisperer, as he's known, did not have contact with the animal in question, his lawyers say.
She had been a perfectly normal-sized girl — not the slightest bit overweight — but she was suddenly afraid that if she ate anything, she would become a cow.
She started falling asleep in class and this previously attractive girl started taking on a “death camp survivor” look.
She had “ballooned” to 128 by the time she was 28 years old.
I’m going to mention three examples of women I’ve known.
If it happens to work for you because of your genetics, that’s fine.
But, honestly, I’m not going to find you as attractive as the fuller-figured women. If you’re a man, I’m curious what you really think.
Rickles backed into a laundry room where the dog released his grip, enabling Ms. The pit bull then broke through the door and attacked Ms.
Rickles a third time, latching onto her left arm and breaking it in two places,' reads the suit as obtained by Courthouse News.
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However, Bitney's suit claims his facility released the dog, which had a history of attacking people and other dogs, while knowing it was a danger'Thereafter, Cesar Millan and his Dog Psychology Center, agreed to take over custody and control of the pit bull and not to release it until it was "fully deemed a safe member of society,"' reads complaint.