Hatfield couple banned from keeping dogs

A COUPLE has been banned from keeping dogs for five years after its two Staffordshire Terriers attacked a string of pets. Michelle and Frank Scully of Foxhollows, Hatfield, were each convicted on eight charges of not keeping a dog under proper control.

A COUPLE has been banned from keeping dogs for five years after its two Staffordshire Terriers attacked a string of pets.

Michelle and Frank Scully of Foxhollows, Hatfield, were each convicted on eight charges of not keeping a dog under proper control.

Police reports show a cat, rabbit, guinea pig and chickens were all attacked by the two dogs, named Bones and Freddie.

Michelle, 30, and Frank, 54, were each ordered to pay �650 in court cost and the dogs are set to be destroyed, but an appeal has been logged.


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*Were you one of the pet owners? Contact kelly-ann.kiernan@whtimes.co.uk or call 01707 384183.

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