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Old 12-01-2017, 02:58 PM
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They saw the husky to right?? So they saw it looked at it saw it obviously wasn't mauled to death so yes they think something else is up also. I don't think your boxer is vicious just went over and the husky got Tangled being happy and hung itself that's what I think happened

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I would assume the saw the husky...hence why he wasn't at the vet yet. They definitely got into a fight...my pit/boxer mix has a lot of bite marks and has some skin missing, fur missing, blood, etc. I think she got out of the fence, went over there and him being an unfixed male he went to hump her, she got upset and snapped, he snapped back, they were in a fight where she was loosing, she took off running and he ran after her...with the rope on his neck 4 times and that was the end of that.....
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I would assume the saw the husky...hence why he wasn't at the vet yet. They definitely got into a fight...my pit/boxer mix has a lot of bite marks and has some skin missing, fur missing, blood, etc. I think she got out of the fence, went over there and him being an unfixed male he went to hump her, she got upset and snapped, he snapped back, they were in a fight where she was loosing, she took off running and he ran after her...with the rope on his neck 4 times and that was the end of that.....
That's a good possibility yes I can see that. One thing I know about huskies is they don't tolerate things very well especially if they don't like it. But they also could have been playing huskies attack kind of when playing so that would've don't that also. Mine did that playing with my brother's lab once and they where simply playing.

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If the Husky did not have any blood or marks on him I'd get a necropsy done and find out the cause of death. If your dog did not cause it you'd then no and be able to better fight the vicious dog charge. If your dog did cause the death by fighting the Husky then the Husky should have a lot of bite marks or at the very least a snapped neck.
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If the Husky did not have any blood or marks on him I'd get a necropsy done and find out the cause of death. If your dog did not cause it you'd then no and be able to better fight the vicious dog charge. If your dog did cause the death by fighting the Husky then the Husky should have a lot of bite marks or at the very least a snapped neck.
Bite marks maybe.... Snapped neck absolutely.

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Here is my question...and I'm not complaining but, why wouldn't the animal control make me get rid of my dog or quarantine it or deem it dangerous or anything like that? Is it because they also believe there is something else going on here?

Honestly I'm beginning to wonder if there was even a fight. Typically dog fights are loud, not silent, and I'd think your kids would have heard it happening.

I suspect that the poor husky already had that rope wrapped around his neck at least once, then your dog wandered over when he got out and the husky managed to get it wrapped around his neck a few more times and pulled towards your dog tightening the rope. No one discovered what had happened in time and the poor thing died likely without your dog ever touching him.

Ahh just saw your last post, that there was a fight. Then it's probably just pulling on the rope and have it tightening during the fight too the point that he could no longer breath.
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Husky play time. They bite each other when playing all the time. So the bite marks probably won't show up anywhere.
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Honestly I'm beginning to wonder if there was even a fight. Typically dog fights are loud, not silent, and I'd think your kids would have heard it happening.

I suspect that the poor husky already had that rope wrapped around his neck at least once, then your dog wandered over when he got out and the husky managed to get it wrapped around his neck a few more times and pulled towards your dog tightening the rope. No one discovered what had happened in time and the poor thing died likely without your dog ever touching him.

Ahh just saw your last post, that there was a fight. Then it's probably just pulling on the rope and have it tightening during the fight too the point that he could no longer breath.
I'm thinking they where either playing. The husky was happy the dog came over. They played. After the husky did the spin circle thing got it around it's neck. His dog got over there stayed in the area of reach them went to take of and then the husky snapped it's neck. I'm agreeing with you

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Honestly guessing at what might have happened is kinda pointless guys...

Imo, @INeedSomeHope probably best thing you can do is to seek legal council asap.
I do also agree that a necropsy may be a good idea as would a vet visit for your dog (if not already done).
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I am going to try to attach the photos of my dogs "wounds". If this was a full on "pitbull mauling" wouldn't the husky defend itself and cause more damage?
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Cute dog but yes it would've been a lot worse. I would get the vet and that thing done. Make sure to have a written agreement and do what you can do.

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