Wrongful death complaint says pet spa responsible for fatal canine attack

By John Suayan | Sep 12, 2018

HOUSTON – Local residents David L. Blumfield and Gena Miller allege that their dog died two years ago while under the care of a pet spa.

Harris County District Court records show that a lawsuit was filed against BBPS, LP, doing business as Bed & Biscuits Pet Spa, on Sept. 10 in the 113th District Court.

The original petition explains that the plaintiffs entrusted their male Schnauzer-mix dog, Colvig, to the business for the weekend of Sept. 9, 2016 while the pair went out of state to attend a family event.

Another dog under the spa’s care purportedly mauled Colvig the next day. Deemed “too critical” for treatment, the decedent canine succumbed to its injuries on Sept. 11, 2016.

BBPS is faulted for failing to ensure the safety of the animals in its care.

Consequently, the complainants seek unspecified monetary damages.

They are represented by Robert Pelton of Houston.

Harris County 133rd District Court Case No. 2018-61770

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