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    Dog-on-dog attacks in Essex

    NewsUK Dog NewsWednesday 31 August 2011

    Police in Essex has been asked to help with dog-on-dog attacks due to the repeating incidents, according to the Echo News.

    A woman from Basildon is encouraging other dog owners whose dogs have been attacked by other dogs to seek justice. The woman’s cairn terrier was attacked by a Staffordshire Bull Terrier when walking in Mopsies Park in Basildon few weeks ago. Foruntately, the dog survived but its owner have had to deal with over £800 vet bill. The woman instisted police help and managed to have the neighbourhood resolution agreement issued to the owner of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier and have her costs covered.

    According to the Essex police, the neighbourhood resolutions give the victim some control on justice by working with the police, although it is important to remember that the suspect has to admit guilt and the officers need written consent from the victim that this is the avenue they wish to take.

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