UPDATE at 9:25 a.m.

James Seror was still in Albany Medical Center Hospital as of Friday June 15, 2012, from having over 100 dog bites from two dogs that got loose. They were owned by his his brother and sister-in-law. Some sad news regarding the two dogs. In a story from the Times Union, Pittstown Town Justice Kenneth Marbot ordered that Buddy and Apollo be euthanized. That order was made at a hearing on Friday afternoon, after Seror’s daughter, Nicole Seror D’Angelo showed the judge some pictures of how bad the wounds on her father were. Dan Gifford, the town’s animal cntrol officer, and Kathy Seror, James Seror’s sister-in-law, both described what happened with the events of the dog attacks. The judge also ordered a rabies test be made on the dogs.

The Rensselaer County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to investigate this case, and there may be charges filed. There have been three calls made previously to authorities about the dogs.


A man from Pittstown, in Rensselaer County is being treated for dog bites, after he was bitten more than 100 times by a dog.

n a story from the Times Union, James Seror was attacked and mauled by his brother’s pit bulls, after they got loose. on Tuesday afternoon, June 12, 2012. Seror was receiving treatment for the dog bites in the intensive care unit at Albany Medical Center Hospital.

The dogs were seized as ordered by Kenneth Marbot, the town justice. The dogs’ future will be determined at a hearing on Friday.