A worker from the Door County Humane Society may need to sacrifice her pit bull after the dog bit a second person last week in Southern Door.
According to the Door County Sheriff's Department, Katie Miller of De Pere was running on Door County C on May 26 when a 3-year-old American pit bull owned by Amy Vlies, Brussels, came off the property and bit Miller in her left knee and right upper thigh.
Vlies was able to retrieve the dog, but it was the second bite reported within a week. The dog had shots last year but needed to be quarantined due to the previous incident. It was taken to the Door County Humane Society, where Vlies is employed.
I wonder if the shelter does a better job educating adopters about appropriate confinement for pets than it does educating its staff.
Who's really making the "sacrifice" here?