Based on the article, “Grandmother bites Alsatian in failed attempt to stop it killing her pet terrier” (https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/11685398/Grandmother-bites-Alsation-in-failed-attempt-to-stop-it-killing-her-pet-terrier.html) written by Victoria Ward published in The Telegraph on 19 June 2015, Private Detectives at Oxford speak out about ways to ensure public safety, especially of older residents.
The article written by Victoria Ward published in The Telegraph on 19 June 2015: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/11685398/Grandmother-bites-Alsation-in-failed-attempt-to-stop-it-killing-her-pet-terrier.html, talks about an eighty-year-old woman, June Halton, who had to sacrifice the life of an eighteen-month-old rescued terrier. The woman recalls the incident saying that, while at a walk during the day, the terrier was attacked by a ferocious Alsatian dog. The dog approached the terrier from nowhere, throwing off the old woman. The Alsatian sunk its vampire-like teeth into the neck of the small terrier that was killed immediately by the sheer impact of the attack. Halton, in utter desperation, bit the Alsatian to get it off the petite pet dog. The woman’s denture came off on the dog and there was no luck in saving the dog—only a mouth full of dog hair. The dog continued to attack the terrier for a while until after the owner showed up and apologized for the behavior of the wild pet dog. It turned out that the Alsatian was able to get out of its owner’s house because someone had left the door open. As a result of the terrier’s death, Halton complained to the police and the owner of the dog to ensure it would not be let out without a muzzle. Halton showed great remorse upon the loss of the rescued terrier.
Based on the article published in The Telegraph, the Private Detectives at Oxford (privatedetectives-oxford.co.uk) talk about the significance of locked door and properly set alarm systems to ensure the safety of citizens. With the installation of effective alarm systems and locked doors, the owners of wild, ferocious dogs will be notified each time the dog escapes unchecked. As a result of this, the owner will be able to take precautionary steps before any damage or harm is imposed on someone else’s life or pet. This will also ensure the safety and protection of older citizens incapable of self-protection. Moreover, such precautions will allow citizens to take pets out for walk without fear of injury or, in severe cases, death.
The chief investigator at Private Detectives at Oxford (privatedetectives-oxford.co.uk), Chris Long, sheds light on the importance of precautionary steps that ensure the safety of citizens and animals. The expert says, “Just by installing certain systems in the home, our clients can leave their homes feeling secure. These systems notify the families if their untamed dog leaves the house when the alarm begins buzzing. With locked doors, they can also ensure the protection of their young kids and help to reduce the number of missing child cases.” The expert can be contacted via the company’s phone number (01865 930 124).
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