Woman warns of dog dangers after fatal pit bull attack in Airmont

One local woman is warning about the dangers of dogs after an Airmont woman was killed in a weekend dog attack.On Saturday, 45-year-old Jeanine Fusco was mauled to death by a pit bull at her home. Fusco's sister, Valerie Wall, also suffered a bite wound to her leg. Police were forced to shoot the animal after it was found down the street. Four years ago, Kerry Potter-Kotecki?s 5-year-old daughter Hailey was mauled by her neighbor?s dogs. Potter-Kotecki says Doggone Safe, dedicated to dog bite prevention and education, has helped her heal. Now, she teaches the program?s techniques. The Doggone Sage Program is offered in classrooms, to families or to workers who have to visit homes as part of their job. Related Information Doggone Safe