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He took to following me everywhere and barked at everything and everyone.“Most aggressive episodes are triggered by the fear of being caught in a particular situation.Contrary to popular belief, it’s very rare indeed that an aggressive dog is a dominant dog.A COURT has ordered a dog be destroyed after it bit a woman as she ran through a South Lakeland park.
Magistrates told Gatis Naglis, 39, of Bishop Court, Kendal, that his two-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier was ‘dangerous.’ The court was told that the terrier, called Spike, bit runner Ellika Livingstone as she ran through Abbot Hall Park, Kendal, last February.
“The dog was on a long lead but was without a muzzle.” Magistrates heard Ms Livingstone had to be prescribed antibiotics which had affected her health, and she was now nervous in the presence of dogs.