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There is no evidence as no one was there. I took my dog

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There is no evidence as no one was there. I took my dog straight to the vet to be assessed. He had no blood on him or in his mouth. In a calm state and no pain anywhere they could have made he react differently. The scene had been cleaned up when I arrived. It had also been done before the deceased dog owners arrived. I was told by the dog walker there was some blood by the deceased dogs side. The post-mortem suggests that there would have been a lot more due to the injuries sustained. The deceased dog is a two year old pug. I have a 12 year old staffie collie cross. The other dog who was there is a 13 year old staffie
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Jo C. replied 10 months ago.

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