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Pitbull dies after being stabbed to stop attack, owner claims too many wounds to be self-defense

FARGO--A pitbull has died after being stabbed a number of times Monday night at Park Place Apartments on 32nd Avenue South. Police said the dog was stabbed after it went into someone else's apartment, attached a chihuahua, then went after a man w...

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FARGO-A pitbull has died after being stabbed a number of times Monday night at Park Place Apartments on 32nd Avenue South.

Police said the dog was stabbed after it went into someone else's apartment, attached a chihuahua, then went after a man who grabbed a knife and stabbed the pitbull.

One of the owners of the pitbull told WDAY-TV he was the one who carried the dog to the police and he thinks the pitbull was stabbed too many times for it to be self-defense.

He also said the two dogs have had issues before.

No humans were injured. Police said they're working on possible charges.

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