Dog stabbed during row with owner

| 06/10/2018 | 11 Comments

Cayman News Service(CNS): The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service is investigating the wounding of a dog on Thursday, after it was stabbed during an altercation between its owner and another man in a shop in West Bay. Police said they were called out just after 12:30pm on 4 October to a store on Birch Tree Hill Road. When the officers arrived, they learned that after a man entered the store, an argument developed between him and the shopkeeper. During the course of the argument the dog, which belonged to the shop owner, attacked the other man, who then injured the dog with a knife.

The dog was transported to a veterinary clinic in George Town for treatment and the matter is now under investigation.

CNS note: The article has been corrected to indicate that the dog belonged to the shop owner and not the other man.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    West Side! Never a dull moment….SMH

  2. Anonymous says:

    If he’d had had a gun, he wouldn’t have gotten stabbed.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yet someone could have been killed had a gun been involved. I personally prefer the imposition of capital punishment to be kept out of the hands of the man on the street.

    • Anonymous says:

      Dogs should not have guns, I disagree.

  3. Anonymous says:

    What is it with Birch Tree Hill? Bunch of crazies live there.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Most dogs will protect their owners, if anything happens.


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