A two-year-old Beagle died after being torn apart by two dogs as he walked through the park. The animal had “chunks missing from his body” after being caught by dogs that appeared to be Dogo Argentinos or Pit Bull, two species banned in the United Kingdom.
Janet Payne, the woman who strolled Chester, was forced to see him being thrown around “like a rag doll” and states that when she asked the dog owner for help, he simply replied, “Why the hell wasn’t your dog on leash?”
There is now an appeal to find the owner of the two dogs, who fled the scene after the attack. In the clip, the owner of the Pit Bull can be seen trying to unlock the jaws of the animals before departing. Police said the owner hasn’t yet been arrested because the investigation is in progress.
Chester, was a gift from Jennifer Thorley to her husband Gary when they married two years ago. The animal had been left in the care of a dog walker when he was brutally attacked.
“He was the most handsome boy.” “He was our best friend, we adored him. He was so friendly, so confident,” Jennifer said.
“I don’t know what we’re going to do without him and I’ve never seen Gary like that. When I saw him, he was in our kitchen, he had pieces of his little body missing.”
Poor animal, he didn’t deserve such a cruel fate!
The horrible attack was filmed by a passerby who delivered the evidence to the police. Payne was walking five dogs at the time. She said, “I was screaming for Chester to come and I looked up and saw two big dogs with something in between.”
In about 30 seconds, Chester was dead!
Chester’s walker watched helplessly as he stood on the animal’s prey.
Payne added, “At one point, the white dog looked at me, but he came back to attack Chester.”
Chester’s owner, Gary, discovered his dead pet, moments after the horrific attack. “Everyone just loved him, he was a member of our family, a kind dog, who was happy to be around us.”
After all, no one was able to save the little Beagle… Watch the moment of the attack in the video below:
Again, remember that dogs aren’t born aggressive. It’s the humans that make them that way. If those two Pit Bulls broke the little thing into pieces, it’s because they were trained for it! Either way, never let your dog loose without supervision, so that terrible situations like this won’t happen again.
Source: Daily Mail