Disco LT wrote:Yurtles wrote:To be honest I actually have no idea if it was a real accident or not that the bigger dog got out. The way they antagonised him I wouldn't be suprised if he ended up just jumping the fence and no gate was left open at all. At the same time that woman has been told constantly by all of her neighbours for years to reign her dogs in and she ignores everyone. So I also wouldn't be suprised if it wasn't an accident either.
End of the day, nothing is dead, both the dogs and the owner have learnt a lesson and things are how they should be now. Really struggling to feel bad about that.
I hope it was an accident, you've got to be cold to do something like that. You can't blame the dogs either really, it's the owner that is to blame for their behaviour. I'd have just taken them to the local RSPCA shelter a few times - they generally charge a fee for you to collect your pet I think. She'd have gotten sick of that real quick.
She was also breaking the law so shame on you people in your street for not doing what you had a right to do: take official action…