XL Bully Dog Attack Stoke-on-Trent Baddeley Green, 2 Woman in Hospital

XL Bully Dog Attack Stoke-on-Trent Baddeley Green

A dog attack on Stoke on trent in Baddeley Green has been taken place, As a result 2 Woman has been wounded and taken to the hospital.

Americal Bully Dog Attack Stoke-on-Trent – After being assaulted by a dog that authorities believe to be an XL bully, two women were rushed to the hospital for treatment. According to the Staffordshire Police, the emergency services were notified to an address in Baker Crescent, Baddeley Green, Stoke-on-Trent.

Shortly after 11:40 a.m. on Thursday, after allegations of a dog attack taking place inside the residence. Officers were able to get the dog under control at the scene, but it will ultimately have to be put. It is thought that the victims were a mother and her daughter.

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Speaking to a representative for the Staffordshire Police, “the dog, which is believed to be an XL Bully at this time,” the dog assaulted two ladies who were inside the residence. West Midlands Ambulance staff transported them to the hospital after they were injured.

Officers were able to keep the dog under control at the scene. After consulting with the people who own it, the authorities have decided that it must be destroyed.

The assault occurs at the same time that the government is considering banning American XL bullies in reaction to a string of maulings, some of which have resulted in fatalities.
In September, Rishi Sunak made the announcement that the breed would be outlawed before the year came to a close.

In a video that was uploaded on social media, the prime minister stated that the animals pose a threat to both children and communities. Activists have linked the animals to at least 14 human deaths that have occurred since 2021.

He stated that he shared “the nation’s horror” over videos of recent dog attacks and that he had ordered urgent action to define “and ban this breed so that we can put an end to these violent attacks and keep people safe.”

While out for a stroll with his Patterdale puppy Beau in Sunderland a week ago, 54-year-old Ian Langley was fatally attacked and killed by another dog.

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Anyone who may have important details regarding the most recent occurrence is urged to contact the police at number 101 and provide the reference number 215 of October 12.

Source: independent.co.uk

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