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Miss Collier said: “He probably could have been ripped to bits. It was horrendous, I have never seen anything like it.I tried to keep hold of my dog, but it was dragging him and trying to pull his leg off. I was terrified.” Postman, Aaron Richardson, who was standing nearby waiting to be picked up by a colleague to go to work, rushed to Miss Collier’s aid after hearing her scream.
I got hold of it by its mouth and managed to pull it away.” Miss Collier, who works in a care home, grabbed her dog and ran back across Market Street to her home in Alan Ball House.Adam, whose IHAC team was recently named the #1 Pet Clinic/Veterinary Hospital in OC, is providing FREE services to any pet adopted by their "forever family" this holiday season!These routine services and treatments, which are critical to the health & wellbeing of a new pet, can be extremely costly, and the IHAC team is choosing to give back to the community this season by providing these services to new pets and families at no charge!The postman rushed to the aid of the nine-month-old Shitzu and managed to hold the attacking dog off, but its owner fled the scene.Samantha Collier was out walking her Shitzu, Fudge, in Farnworth Central Park at around 1.30pm on Tuesday when she saw the terrier running across Market Street towards her.We're told that many of the best business ideas are developed in the pub, and this is where we were in 2006, mulling over the changing perception of online dating sites and their increasing popularity in urban areas, when we came up with the idea for Muddy Matches.
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Her own dog was taken to a nearby vet’s for treatment.
Miss Collier said: “It was trying to rip my dog to shreds.
His leg was hanging off.” Once the dog was under control, Mr Richardson, who lives in Church Street, Kearsley, went to the Royal Bolton Hospital for treatment to cuts and bruises to his hand, and had a tetanus jab. I thought I might get hurt, but I was just in the right place at the right time.” Mr Richardson spoke to a police officer on Tuesday night.
A GMP spokesman confirmed the police were investigating reports of a dog attack and a dangerous dog on the loose in Farnworth on Tuesday.
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