By Alize Proisy, WCTI
Sharon Russell says two dogs got out of her neighbor's fenced-in yard, ran across teh street and attacked her German Short-Haired Pointer. The pointer later died from those injuries.Russell and her boyfriend say they are taking their Newport neighbor to court. They want those Pit Bulls to be declared dangerous and permenantly tied up so they can't get away again.Animal control officers did not see the attack. Officers say the dogs were back in their yards when tthey arrived. Since the Pit Bulls have no history of being violent, they're allowing the animals to stay with their owners.The neighbor says he is very sorry about what happened, and has offered to pay vet bills.