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Officers in Weymouth are appealing for witnesses and anyone with information to come forward after a man and his dog were attacked by another dog on Weymouth Beach. It happened last Tuesday evening near the Esplanade.
The dog, described as light brown, of slim build with shaggy fur, was left badly injured and the man sustained minor hand injuries.
– Sergeant Scott McFarland, of Weymouth police
The dog was being walked along the beach off the lead when it was attacked by a Staffordshire Bull Terrier. The offending dog latched itself on to its throat and had to be pulled away by the victim’s owner and a passer-by. Both the man and his dog had to receive medical treatment. This incident has caused a great deal of distress and left the owner very shocked. I am particularly keen to speak to two women, who also had two or three other dogs with them, who were seen with the Staffordshire Bull Terrier at the time. I urge them to come forward to help us ascertain exactly what happened."
A man was attacked by a dog after an altercation with another man on Albert Road, Southsea.
It is believed that following the altercation, a man set his dog on another man.
The victim had puncture wounds to his arm as a result of the incident.
PC David Freeman said: "This is an apparent directed attack by a bull terrier type dog. I want to deal with the suspect and the dog responsible for this incident as soon as possible in order to prevent it happening to anyone else.”
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A 40-year-old man arrested after a dog attack in Brighton has been released on bail.
A man is still in hospital suffering multiple bite wounds following the assault, by two dogs, on Friday.
The suspect was bailed until 29 June.
A police officer also received bite wounds to his leg and hand.
The two dogs were taken into police care where they remain today.
Det Insp Ian Still said: "We are still keen to speak to anyone who may have witnessed the incident and hasn't yet spoken to police."
Detectives investigating a dog attack on Brighton beach are appealing for witnesses to help them piece together what happened.
Police attended the beach at around 6.15am this morning following a report that a man was being attacked by two dogs.
A man in his 30s was taken to Royal Sussex County Hospital suffering from multiple bite wounds and he remains in a serious condition this afternoon.
A police officer also received bite wounds to his leg and hand and is receiving treatment in hospital.
A 40-year-old man from Brighton was arrested at the scene on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm, possession of a dog dangerously out of control, possession of a bladed article and possession of class A drugs. He remains in custody this afternoon.
A man has been seriously injured after an attack by a dog on Brighton beach this morning.
Police arrived at a beach near Brighton Pier at around 6.15am to find two dogs - and due to their aggressive behaviour a firearms unit had to be called out.
Officers and ambulance crews were able to get the victim, a man in his 30s, away from the area and he was taken to Royal Sussex County Hospital suffering from serious injuries.
The dogs have been taken into police care and a 40-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm, possession of a dog dangerously out of control, possession of a bladed weapon and of class A drugs.
It's believed that the victim and arrested man know each other.
– Det Insp Ian Still of Brighton and Hove CID
This appears to be a very nasty attack by two dogs on a man."We are in the early stages of our investigation and we are still trying to work out why this incident has taken place. I would appeal for anyone with information about this attack to contact police."
Police are appealing for witnesses after a teenage girl was injured in a dog attack on the Isle of Wight. A 17-year-old girl from Sandown was walking on land near the Fairway golf course on Saturday when it's alleged the animal jumped on her back, biting her left elbow.
A man pulled the dog, described as a Rottweiler-style breed, away from her by the collar. Anyone with information is asked to call Shanklin police or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.