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Dogs kill three ponies in field in Dudley




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birminghammail.co.uk, 26.02.2015
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Baby deer named Bambi savaged to death by pack of dogs at country park



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      Dogs kill three ponies in field in Dudley
     26 February 2015
     Two ponies and a foal have been ripped apart in a paddock by pitbull-type dogs.
     Owner Brynley Hall discovered one of the ponies, called Harriet, dead in its field near Parkfield Road in Dudley.
     The other two, Harriets 12-month-old foal Ruby and a second pony called Daisy, were badly hurt and had to be put down.
     West Midlands Police confirmed officers had seized two dogs from a nearby house following the savage attack.
     They were being held in kennels while an investigation continued.
     Grandad Mr Hall, who has kept horses for half-a-century, said: Nothing like this has ever happened before and I am horrified.
     The dogs are dangerous.
     There are children in this area and a primary school nearby.
     The 62-year-old, who used to take part in horse-driving trials, was alerted to last Fridays carnage by his brother, who lives nearby.
     Harriet was dead and her 12-month-old foal, Ruby, was standing next to her shaking, Mr Hall said.
     It was a terrible sight.
     A vet said Ruby and Daisys injuries were too horrific. They both had to be put down.
     The policewoman was very good, I think she keeps horses.
     I am absolutely gutted. Ive had a pain in my chest since this has happened. I dont know how Im going to break this to my grandchildren.
     I dont think Ill ever be able to keep horses again.
     Brynley has since visited nearby Sledmere Primary School to warn about the dangers of dogs.
     A West Midlands Police spokesman said: Police were called to Parkfield Road, Dixons Green in Dudley, just before 5pm on Friday, February 21, after two dogs attacked ponies in a field.
     One pony had already died from its injuries and a vet had to destroy two more with the consent of the owner.
     A warrant was executed later the same night at an address in Parkfield Road and two dogs were seized.
     The dogs are currently being held in kennels while their breed is determined and an investigation carried out.
     The owners have been located and voluntarily interviewed at this stage.

      Baby deer named Bambi savaged to death by pack of dogs at country park
     11 February 2015
     Park owner Roy Delves said: "It could be that someone - I hope it is not - has baited her so the dogs can get the taste and go hunting"
      Attacked: Bambi suffered bites to her neck and legs after the dogs broke into the park
     An adorable baby deer called Bambi was mauled to death by a pack of dogs at a nature park.
     The 18-month-old deer, who had been hand-reared from birth, was savaged by lurchers seen prowling around the beauty spot.
     Wales News ServiceA baby deer called Bambi was mauled to death by a savage pack of dogs at a nature parkTragic: The dogs had squeezed through a fence before mauling the baby deer Heartbroken staff found her mutilated on her straw bed and animal lovers have been left sickened by the attack.
     Bambi - affectionately named after the Disney film - died after suffering bites to her neck and legs at Harry Tuffins Country Park in Powys, Wales.
     Park owner Roy Delves said: Everyone is feeling a bit sick.
     It could be that someone - I hope it is not - has baited her so the dogs can get the taste and go hunting.
     Bambi had a broken leg, and had been bitten on her neck and theyd eaten part of her leg.
     Wales News ServiceA baby deer called Bambi was mauled to death by a savage pack of dogs at a nature parkDevastated: Heartbroken staff found Bambi dead in her straw bed the morning after the incident
     We accept the fact that animals die but this is different - she trusted humans and she trusted dogs, and I think they let her down.
     She was petted so much, she would not have been thinking about what was going to happen.
     Bambi had been raised on a bottle by two members of staff at the park.
     Park owners said goodnight to her on Saturday and came in the next day to find her savaged to death.
     The dogs had squeezed through a five-bar gate to get to the baby deer.
     A baby deer called Bambi was mauled to death by a savage pack of dogs at a nature parkReward: The owners of the park are offering a reward for information about the incident the police are searching for the dog's owner Police are investigating the attack and are looking for the dogs owners.
     Devastated Roy and his wife Ruth are now considering putting up a reward for information about the attack.
     He added: The police have been very good. Theyve picked up pictures of what happened.
     They are looking at CCTV from the supermarket, the waterworks and two police cameras.
     The couple have owned the park since 1992 and have about 150 animals including deer and water buffalo












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