Proprietor of beloved golden retriever takes karma into his personal arms after his canine was killed and shoots the three pit bulls accountable with a bow and arrow
- Police referred to as to an handle in Heatley, Townsville over a number of canine fatalities
- A person whose golden retriever was mauled allegedly took revenge on different canine
- Three pit bull terriers have been shot by a looking bow and arrow in revenge assault
A person whose beloved golden retriever was mauled to loss of life by a gang of vicious pit bull terriers seems to have taken brutal revenge on the killer canine.
Queensland Police have been referred to as to a house on Bligh Road in Heatley, Townsville, at about 2am on Saturday following stories a number of canine had been killed.
The proprietor of a useless golden retriever allegedly shot three pit bulls with a compound looking bow and arrow.
Two of the terriers have been killed whereas the third was injured, the Townsville Bulletin reported.
Three pit bull terriers have been allegedly shot with a looking bow and arrow in revenge assault after a person’s golden retriever was mauled to loss of life (pictured: inventory picture of pit bulls)
It’s understood the one who allegedly shot them owned the useless golden retriever and the canine lived in neighbouring properties.
He allegedly tried to intervene when the pit bulls attacked his canine and was bitten.
Queensland Police confirmed to Each day Mail Australia that no costs have been made and investigations are persevering with.
The incident comes after one other pit bull just lately attacked and killed a smaller canine at a Brisbane procuring centre.
The ‘unrestrained’ pit bull mauled a smaller canine to loss of life in entrance of terrified customers.
A person whose golden retriever was mauled took revenge on the killer pitbull terriers (pictured: inventory picture of a gold retriever)
The terrible incident occurred outdoors Bunnings Warehouse in Stafford, Brisbane.
Earlier than the assault, witnesses stated staff instructed the proprietor of a big, brown pit bull to place him on a leash earlier than getting into the shop.
Inside moments, the pit bull had lunged at a smaller canine and grabbed him by the neck, leaving customers and staff shocked.