PORT ARTHUR, Texas — A mail carrier was taken to the hospital Thursday after being attacked by two pit bulls. Continue reading
ST. LOUIS – A dog found nearly frozen to death on the sidewalk has vets reminding people to keep an eye out for pets as another round of winter weather heads our way. Continue reading
DALLAS — The United States Postal Service is apologizing to a Dallas family after a letter carrier was caught on a home surveillance camera pepper spraying the family’s three dogs on his route for seemingly no reason. Continue reading
In one Independence MO neighborhood, mail delivery has been disrupted by a carrier’s report of a dangerous dog. In response, the USPS says it will no longer provide door to door delivery to residents, but will install a cluster box, despite the fact that the dog has since been relocated to a home outside the town. Continue reading
MEMPHIS, Tenn (localmemphis.com) – One Mid-South neighborhood is calling out the U.S. Postal Service for what it calls “inappropriate behavior.” Home surveillance video shows a delivery driver spraying a dog with pepper spray from inside a vehicle. Continue reading
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – A postal worker went to the hospital on Friday after he was bitten several times by two dogs in Youngstown. Continue reading
ISLE OF WIGHT Co., Va. — Two bad dogs were ratted out after stealing a postal worker’s lunch. Continue reading
BEAVER FALLS, Pa. (KDKA) – For whatever reason, “man’s best friend” has a vendetta against most mail carriers. Continue reading
WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) -This week, thousands of flyers will be delivered to residents in Wichita to remind them of responsible pet ownership. Continue reading
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A Winston-Salem postal worker is recovering, after being attacked by a dog.
Ironically, this week is National Dog Bite Prevention Week -which is a time to bring awareness to prevent dog bites.
Unfortunately for Katherine Cashion, she is past prevention and is in recovery mode.
“I couldn’t believe that it hurt so bad. I thought really it was gushing blood because it hurt so badly,” said Cashion, who has been with the post office for two years.
Cashion isn’t alone.