Justice for 1 year old puppy murdered by 2 local dogs

Justice for 1 year old puppy murdered by 2 local dogs

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Emily Hempseed started this petition to Scottish Government

On Friday 31st of January in my local community Calderwood in East Calder Livingston at about 1pm whilst on his usual afternoon walk with my 14 year old brother. My 1 year old Maltese dog Rudi was viciously ripped apart and killed on the spot by 2 Greyhound dogs with apparent muzzles on. With a dog walker at the time it is clear the dog walker was not in control of these dogs. Me and my family are completely heartbroken without our beloved dog and my younger brother completely traumatised after what he had to witness. We are sickened that no justice has been served the, case dismissed by the Procurator Fiscal. As a family we feel we have been as many others, swept to the side by Police Scotland and the Scottish Criminal Justice System who both offered us absolutely no support. These dangerous dogs are allowed to continue to walk around my local community a danger to all other dogs and humans. It is disgusting that the owner and dog walker weren’t given as much as a warning  for the death of my dog. While he may not of been human a dog has been murdered and no one held responsible only we as a family pay. I hope with this petition we can raise enough support to take this case further and repeal against our dismissal. I’m sure all dog owners and lovers can sympathise with us our wee guy didn’t even make it to 2 years old. My family will never be the same we now must live with a hole in our hearts, words cannot explain the devastation we feel and disgusted with the lack of justice. Rudi was a beautiful little dog who we loved so dearly and all he did was love us back for him to die so young and the way he did makes me sick. He completed our family and we are beyond lost without him. Fly high my gorgeous wee guy. 

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