Letters: Richard English, December 11, 2015

Jean Tuck of King's Lynn loses both her dogs after savage attack in King's Lynn walks. ANL-150212-200154009
Jean Tuck of King's Lynn loses both her dogs after savage attack in King's Lynn walks. ANL-150212-200154009
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I love the Walks but I am becoming rather alarmed at the number of incidents that the Lynn News has reported over the year.

The horror of having one’s dogs so horribly slaughtered by out-of-control Staffordshire bull terriers is beyond belief, my commiserations to Mrs Jean Tuck for her loss this week. Pets, in reality, are part of the family to most owners except for the person who punched his dog whilst in the park last week!

I do worry about the number of people owning Staffies here in Lynn as so many of them seem hardly strong enough to control their animals on the leash. I commend the idea of keeping all dogs being on the lead, especially in The Walks; after all, children play there.

Richard English

Gaywood Road, Lynn