Howard said, "A young man was coming down that side walk on my side of the street and my dog was outside the street using the bathroom and he brought the pit bull that he had on the chain he was holding up to my dog and made him attack."
Howard says that left her with a veterinarian bill of over 100 dollars.
Howard said, "Well he ripped all the top of his face, punctured behind his ear. He has to go to the doctor for a whole week until he was well." That's when Sophia called the cops.
She said, "Here in El Dorado they only have an ordinance that was set up for vicious dogs only. If they attack twice they can put them down well that didn't help me."
So Howard did some more research and found out it was against the law to harm a service dog. But Cordario Floyd, the owner of the pit bull says things didn't happen the way her daughter said.
Floyd said, "No, it's not my fault. They got a big fence, the dog isn't in the fence and nobody is outside watching it."
Floyd says the guide dog wasn't on a leash. He says he asked Howard's daughter to get her dog, but by then it was too late.
Floyd said, "They're trying to make it like I was trying to have my dog fight their dog on purpose, my dogs pregnant, why would I have her fight."
Floyd's pit bull was taken away. He says it was right after she had her puppies. Now he's caring for them until or if he ever gets his dog back.