TWO unruly pit-bull terriers are terrorising San Pedro’s canines and have killed several local dogs.
They are owned by a middle-aged German expat in the El Ingenio area and regularly roam without a lead or muzzle.
Neighbours told the Olive Press that local pet-owners live in fear of their dogs being attacked or killed and complain that the police do not take the attacks seriously enough.
“These dogs killed my treasured 13-year-old Yorkshire terrier a year ago but when I filed a denuncia it got ‘lost’ by police,” said a 55-year-old resident who wished to remain nameless.
“Scores have been attacked and more recently my neighbour was devastated when his dog was killed – we need to take action.”
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