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American Bull dog

Reported anonymously at 21:21, Sat 18 February 2012

Sent to Cardiff Council 4 minutes later

Hi , I am concerned about a lady who lives at the estate oppsite the police station in fairwater who owns a large amercian bull dog , he is walked on no lead through the streets , i own dogs but for people and other dogs saftey , even as well behaved as she is she is never off the lead only in a park etc. This lady is normally on her phone , the dog isnt neutered and i feel intimadated by the sheer size of this dog if he was to cause trouble, i feel that he should be on a lead in the streets, as should be able to prevent any accidents occuring ! Also not everyone likes dogs, and mine is a large breed and i have people who step out of the way , and she is on a lead , a chat with this lady to remind her that all dogs are to be walked on a lead in a public highway , and an eye kept that this is happing would help!!!!

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  • Still open, via questionnaire, 11:44, Sun 18 March 2012

  • have seen the dog being walked off the lead, in the street on numerous occassions since sending in the problem, so eithe she hasnt been spoken to or she is ignoring anything that has been said

    Posted anonymously at 11:44, Sun 18 March 2012

  • I live a couple of doors down from this neighbour and the dog. It is a BIG dog and I can appreciate if the owner feels the dog is safe but it is intimidating to have to walk past when it's not on a lead. Anything could happen if the owner does not have full control. I think a letter should be sent to the owner advising of this and to understand that people in area have concerns.

    Posted anonymously at 20:57, Sat 24 March 2012

  • It is good that another person has repllied concerning this dog, as maybe now something will be done about it, fairwater is getting worse for dogs not being walked on leads, in te streets and maybe an officer should do the rounds on reinforcing this law in the area!

    Posted anonymously at 21:30, Sun 25 March 2012

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