A PET owner says her puppy has been left traumatised after being attacked by another dog on Gorleston seafront.Karen Bartram's cavalier king charles Harley was pinned down by the dog while being taken for a walk on Sunday morning.
A PET owner says her puppy has been left traumatised after being attacked by another dog on Gorleston seafront.
Karen Bartram's cavalier king charles Harley was pinned down by the dog while being taken for a walk on Sunday morning.
Fortunately Karen's husband Adrian was able to force the dog off Harley before he suffered any serious injuries.
The black cross Staffordshire had been left to run around off the lead by its owner before jumping on Harley.
“Harley is the friendliest thing going wouldn't hurt a fly, but is now very nervous and won't approach other dogs,” said Karen.
“What makes me so angry is that owner didn't apologise and or call his dog, usually I have my two year old granddaughter running along with me and that could have been her.”
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