Pit bull pack bites Seattle man 'from head to toe' By SCOTT SUNDE, SEATTLEPI.COM Updated 10:12*a.m., Thursday, December 15, 2011 Four pit bulls attacked a* man who was trespassing in South Seattle on Wednesday night, leaving him with bite marks "from head to toe," the Seattle Fire Department said. The man escaped only after the dogs' owner called the pit bulls off the man, then pulled him away to safety on a handtruck. Firefighters found him at a parking lot at a Jack in the Box at Rainier Avenue South and South Director Street shortly after 9 p.m. He had most of his wounds above his waist, including his head and especially on his arms, officials said. But he was alert when firefighters treated him and took him to Harborview Medical Center. His injuries are not thought to be life-threatening. Police say the bite victim, a 21-year-old man, had climbed a 10-foot fence and got into the backyard of the house in the 5200 block of South Director street. Police think the man wanted to prowl two vehicles parked there. He never got the chance. The four pit bulls set on him. The homeowner heard the noise, called the dogs off and put them in a kennel. The trespasser couldn't walk, so the homeowner put him on a handtruck and moved him into the street. He flagged down a passing motorist and asked that 911 be called. The homeowner provided officers with licenses and vet records for the dogs. Police left the dogs in the care of the homeowner.