Man charged after savage attack by dogs in Portsmouth

Dylis, the pet which was attacked by four dogs
Dylis, the pet which was attacked by four dogs
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A 41-YEAR-OLD man has been charged following a savage dog attack in Tipner.

Police arrested Stuart David Green after a dog died of injuries it suffered when it was mauled by four Staffordshire Bull terrier-type dogs on New Year’s Day morning near Tipner Ranges, off Wilson Road, Portsmouth.

Green, from Stamshaw Road, Portsmouth, was arrested and charged under Section 3 of the Dangerous Dog Act 1991 with allowing his dogs to be dangerously out of control in a public place.

He is due to appear before Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday, January 21.

Pensioner Helen Evans, who owned Dylis, was traumatised when her bearded collie and parsons Jack Russell cross was attacked.