Thursday 30 November, 2023

Dog attack leaves ewe and 23 lambs dead

A ewe and 21 lambs have been killed after two dogs were let loose in a field in Kent.

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Dog attack leaves ewe and 23 lambs dead

A ewe and 21 lambs have been killed after two dogs were let loose in a field in Kent. Police are appealing for the owners of the dogs to come forward following the attack near Elbridge Hill,Sturry,...

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