A member of staff at the rehoming centre has told the inquest into the death of four-year-old Lexi Branson that she recommended the dog was better suited to a home without children. ITV News' Ben Chapman is at the inquest.
Member of staff at the rehoming centre tells the inquest the dog was "very placid, had a lovely temperament and was very sweet".
But the staff member says she recommended the dog was better suited to a home without children, and with someone who knew about the breed.
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