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Kent dog attack left seven sheep dead

 

Police have been able to trace the owner of three dogs who attacked and killed seven sheep in Kent this weekend.


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A dog attack has left seven sheep dead in Kent this weekend.

 

It is reported that three dogs were left off a lead around Place Farm in Kenardington, near Ashford on Sunday (July 24).

 

A spokesman from Kent police said: "Kent Police was called at 9.57am to a report that sheep had been attacked by dogs on farmland in Kenardington, Ashford.

"Officers attended and were able to trace the owner of the dogs, who has exchanged details with the owner of the sheep.

"Seven sheep were reportedly killed and a further two injured."

 

 


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FG Take The Lead campaign

FG Take The Lead campaign

With sponsorship from The Original Muck Boot Company,Farmers Guardian has been working alongside the British Veterinary Association and the National Sheep Association (NSA) to raise awareness of dog attacks via its Take the Lead campaign.

 

We have thousands of livestock worrying signs which you can nail to gateposts or fence posts near footpaths to highlight the problem to walkers.

 

If you would like some of these signs, please send astamped, self-addressed A4 envelope to:

 

FG Take the Lead,

Farmers Guardian,

Unit 4, Fulwood Business Park,

Preston,

Lancashire,

PR2 9NZ.

 

You will need at least three First Class or Second Class stamps on to cover postage costs. We will be able send up to 25 signs.

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