Warning after third dog attack on sheep in Gloucestershire
POLICE have made another plea to dog owners to ensure they keep their pets under control.
It follows another incident where sheep were killed by dogs not on leads near livestock.
After 10 lambs were killed by two lurchers in Horsley in April, and nine sheep were savaged to death by a Bernese mountain dog in Clifford's Mesne in June, two dogs chased sheep on Cleeve Hill near Cheltenham, and killed one on Friday, August 23.
PC Di Butler, said: "We don't want to stop dog walkers enjoying the countryside but we do want to remind them of their responsibility to keep their pet under control."
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