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Australia Petition to save staffy who fatally mauled dachshund signed by more than 20k

07:45  07 november  2019
07:45  07 november  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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A petition calling for the council not to put down Hero the miniature Staffy after he mauled a Staffy owner claims Coco and two other dogs attacked hers and it defended. Do you know more ? contact Coco was then killed by the male Staffy , who was photographed covered in blood and on a lead in

Thousands of people have signed a petition calling for the staffy who mauled another dog to death in a Melbourne park not to be put down. Call to save staffy that mauled dachshund to death from being put down.

a brown and white dog lying on the ground: Hero the miniature Staffordshire terrier.© Supplied Hero the miniature Staffordshire terrier. Melbourne has rallied around a staffy who mauled another dog to death in a park, with thousands of people signing a petition calling for the dog not to be put down.

The incident in a park in Melbourne's south-east on Tuesday garnered national attention after the owner of the dead dachshund posted images of the the aftermath of the attack on social media.

Kashila Chintamunnee's daschshund Coco and her two other dogs escaped from her Pakenham yard before running to the park.

Her Labrador and two dachshunds reportedly ran up to where Claudia Harrison was walking her staffy Hero with her young son.

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Recently there has been alot of media coverage on the tragedy of Coco the dachshund being killed in the dog attack. Hero may be PTS because of the negligence of Cocos owners. FACTS: -Coco and 2 other dogs escaped their yard, and ran to the park where Hero and his owner were walking.

A staffy who mauled a dachshund to death was just defending its owner and her young son after However, the terrier's owner, Claudia Harrison, said Coco along with another dachshund and a Ms Chintamunnee is pictured with blood all over the front of her body from where she tried to save the

Ms Chintamunnee said the staffy attacked and mauled Coco unprovoked. Ms Harrison disputed this and said the three dogs aggressively approached them.

A Change.org petition been set-up by Emma McLean is urging the local council not to euthanase Hero because of the attack.

"My aim here is to urge the Cardinia Council to NOT put this poor dog to sleep," Ms Mclean said.

"This is a tragic incident but Hero was NOT the instigator."

a woman holding a dog posing for the camera: Images Ms Chintamunnee posted to social media. © Supplied Images Ms Chintamunnee posted to social media.

Ms Chintamunnee posted bloody photos of the aftermath of the attack and accused the staffy's owner of leaving the scene without offering assistance.

Paki Harrison read out a statement from his wife yesterday, describing her version of what happened.

CCTV vision seen by 9News shows a woman walking with her son and a white staffy on a leash, when they're approached by a Labrador and two Dachshunds.

The mother appears to let go of the lead as she climbs on top of a picnic table, lifting her young son out of harm's way.

The dogs then appear to get into a vicious fight.

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