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Old 06-23-2014, 08:16 AM   #11 (permalink)
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well, exactly. I woudln't have thought ANY animal would be thinking ''hey let's keep this tidy''.

Which is why I'm thinking they weren't in the hutches when they were killed and that someone must have got them out.

If anything the fact they seem to be lying annoys me as much as the rest of it. We derserve at least to know the truth.

There is a new law here in the UK which relates to ''dogs dangerously out of control in a public place'' - a public place includes neighbours gardens. ''dangerously out of control'' may include injuring other animals. I''m handing it over to the pollice, I think.
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Are you 100% sure the dog killed them?

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they told us it did. There's also clear evidence of the dog having been in the garden (it has a particular stomach complaint, hence the diorehha) .

Either way if they'd either a) repaired the fences as the should have done in a timely fashion or b) not allowed their dog to roam

then the dog couldn't be under suspicion.

We weren't here - we can only go on what they said. I don't know why they'd say the dog had killed them all if if hadn't? It's not like they were even a pedigree breed or anything worth anything. You can buy them for app USD $15 in a farm a couple of minutes drive away
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I am sorry this happened to you. Get locks for the hutches, have them fix the fence asap.

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we aren't getting any more pets. We can't face the trauma. It'll take months for my ASD child to recover from this.
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we aren't getting any more pets. We can't face the trauma. It'll take months for my ASD child to recover from this.
I am sorry you are going thru this

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Old 06-23-2014, 08:44 AM   #17 (permalink)
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I keep thinking if I go in the garden I *must* be able to find at least one. At least one must have escaped, surely, maybe just ONE might have been able to hide in the undergrowth ?

I keep trying to listen for the squeaky little voices I can't believe they've ALL gone & I keep thinking how terrified they must have been as they were picked off by the dog :* ( :*(

I was up until 3 in the morning searching ALL the undergrowth (found 3 hedgehogs!). I can't believe ALL their sweet little faces are gone for good, not one left.

I'm really struggling not to hate the dog. I know that's not a logical response, but I can't help it right now. I hate the owner more, obviously
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Old 06-23-2014, 08:48 AM   #18 (permalink)
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I am so sorry. When you have any dogbut particularly a GSD you need to monitor and train. Again my sincere condolences.
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thanks everyone . I can't stop crying :*(
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Old 06-23-2014, 09:41 AM   #20 (permalink)
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I am so sorry. It may be that a furry little friend may help your son more than anything you can do......but maybe something different, like a cat or a rabbit. And, of course, not let outside until the yard is secure.

Perhaps you should tell your neighbors that if the situation is not remedied by a specified time (the fence issue) that you will hand it over to prevent a long-term awful relationship.
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