I know it is cherry picking ...
November 2006: November broke the monthly record for canine homicides: there were 7. Three were in one-bite states.
On November 3, two-year-old Ariel Pogue of Tallapoosa County, Alabama, was mauled to death outside her home by one of her parents’ three Rottweilers, in the presence of her mother.
Also on November 3, 10-year-old Matthew Davis of Dillon, South Carolina was killed by six dogs that attacked him outside a rural home.
On November 4, one-year-old Allen L. Young died after he was mauled at home by his dad’s four pit bulls, which took the boy from his bed at night.
On November 6, two-year-old Luis Fernando Romero Jr. was killed after being mauled by two Rottweilers at his home near Tucson, Arizona.
On November 8, a pit bull was found eating the body of Richard Adams, in Phenix City, Alabama, after it killed him.
On November 13, two Rottweilers killed 40-year-old James L. Eisaman of Summit County, Ohio.
On November 21, two dogs killed 4-year-old Pedro Rios in east Harris County, Texas, as he was playing outside his house.
Last year an elderly woman working in her garden in Virginia was killed iirc by a pit-bull.