A pit bull type dog was on death row for three years. Now, a judge lifted the immediate destruction order over the doggo. The dog owner was out of words and just cried tears of joy.
– A dog owner was charged three years ago under the Dangerous Dogs Act.
– The dog owner was in tears after the destruction order over his dog was recently lifted.
– The dog was determined to be not a threat to…
According to Judge David Griffith-Jones and two magistrates, the dog owner is a fit person to own the doggo and that the animal possesses no threat to the public if it is controlled properly. The dog owner is very relieved since the dog helped him during his recovery after he got into a coma due to a car accident in April 2015.
The dog was spotted by police officers from Kent Police who went to the dog owner’s home for another matter. The dog owner was then charged under the Dangerous Dogs Act even if the dog was not doing anything when it was spotted. A spokesman from Kent Police said that they charged the dog owner because they had the legal obligation to notify the courts when officers become aware of a banned dog breed in the community.
Read the detailed article by Paul Hooper at – https://www.kentonline.co.uk/