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Appeal after six sheep killed in horrific dog attack

There is no excuse for this.

Why is it people with dogs that cannot be controlled still think it is ok to let them off the lead? If your dog does not have a solid recall even when faced with distractions then keep it on the lead. It really is that simple!

Appeal after six sheep killed in horrific dog attack

The RSPCA is appealing for information after six sheep were attacked by dogs in Datchet.

The ewes were left with injuries so severe they had to be euthanised, devastating shepherd Hollie Levinge and her family who have kept sheep in the area for over 30 years.

The RSPCA received a call on Thursday 6th October from a walker who had found a sheep bleeding, by the Queen Mother Reservoir in Datchet.

Appeal after six sheep killed in horrific dog attack

The ewes had to be put down The RSPCA is appealing for information after six sheep were attacked by dogs in Datchet.

Inspector Jones added: “The dog(s) who attacked these sheep will almost certainly have been covered in blood themselves, so even if the dog had run off and attacked the sheep without the owner present, they would most certainly have noticed the blood.

“I am urging anyone with any information about this awful attack to call me in complete confidence and leave me a message on our inspector’s appeal line number which is 0300 123 8018.

The ewes were left with injuries so severe they had to be euthanised, devastating shepherd Hollie Levinge and her family who have kept sheep in the area […]