Tag: dangerous dogs

DoA defends putting down 3 seized dogs

DoA defends putting down 3 seized dogs

| 13/03/2019 | 62 Comments

(CNS): The Department of Agriculture has said that it gave the owner of three dogs, which it said were aggressive and out of control, ample warnings about the failure to keep them secure before the animals were put down on Monday. But in a number of social media postings, the owner of the three dogs […]

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Dogs on the attack in weekend of trouble

Dogs on the attack in weekend of trouble

| 25/02/2019 | 31 Comments

(CNS): The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service responded to four reports of dog attacks over the weekend; in all cases the animals were not feral but were pets that were not being properly controlled by their owners, police said. In one case a dog that was inside a car managed to bite a passerby through […]

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Police and DoA round up stray dogs

Police and DoA round up stray dogs

| 11/02/2019 | 27 Comments

(CNS): Community police and staff from the Department of Agriculture focused on dealing with stray dogs last week in an effort to educate the public about the growing problem in Cayman of dangerous dogs roaming the streets and to round up animals that are posing a threat. RCIPS officers went to West Bay and East […]

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Stray dogs plague West Bay Road communities

Stray dogs plague West Bay Road communities

| 30/01/2019 | 76 Comments

(CNS): A pack of vicious stray dogs that has been plaguing communities around the West Bay Road, from Snug Harbour to Camana Bay and now along Seven Mile Beach, attacking people and killing pets, is still on the loose, even though several dogs have been rounded up by the Department of Agriculture (DoA). Last week […]

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Local mutts saved from ‘doggy death row’

Local mutts saved from ‘doggy death row’

| 22/03/2018 | 66 Comments

(CNS): Three Cayman mutts being held at the Department of Agriculture pound awaiting an untimely end have been saved by a judge following an appeal by their owner. Duke Perri Merren was convicted in Summary Court last year of suffering ferocious dogs to be at large, criminal trespass and damage to property, following an altercation with […]

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