Owner of pet lamb savaged by 'Staffie' believes dog should have been destroyed

David Irving has welcomed an order made by Furness Magistrates' Court on Thursday requiring his neighbour John McGee to muzzle his two dogs after a number of incidents involving lambs.
Mr Irving spoke out in April after McGee's pet dog, believed to be a Staffie cross, got onto his land near Sandhall in Ulverston and attacked two 14-day-old lambs.
One of the lambs was killed instantly but the other was still alive and Mr Irving had to call out the vet to put the animal out of its misery.
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