Rottweiller will be put down following attack
Rottweiller will be put down following attack on
The person in charge of a rottweiller dog which
injured a toddler in the Christchurch suburb of Russley
yesterday afternoon (3 November) has decided that it will be
taken to a veterinarian to be put down.
Christchurch City Council’s Animal Control team have today
spoken to the person who is looking after the dog for its
owner, who is overseas. The decision was not made at the
request of the City Council.
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