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A few days ago my Lucky went missing. I tried searching for him but this dog kept snarling and snapping at my on my own property so I had to wait and try again later.
The next day I searched for him in a vehicle so the dog couldn't get me. I found him in my horse field ripped to bits! There were pieces of him everywhere. He was chewed in two. I had to leave beause it was too much. I called someone else to go get him so I could bury him. It was so bad the person that gathered him up thought it was a lawn mower that killed him.
I can't prove it was that dog, but there is only one dog running loose in my neighborhood. And he's always snarling and snapping. When I was searching the neighbors' places I saw only cats and small cat-sized dogs. One lady had some large dogs but they were kept behind a large wooden fence.
That one dog that I think killed my Lucky kept acting like he was going to bite me. He would run up really close and bite at the air near me. I stood really still because I felt if I ran he would attack me. I'm sure if Lucky had met this dog he would have ran.
I am scared for the other cats and dogs in my neighborhood, not to mention small children. I can't prove he killed my Lucky, but he has threatened me several times and made my search for Lucky a very scary ordeal. He's never bit me but he comes very close. Now I'm afraid he might do to me what he did to Lucky.
What can I do about this dog? I am scared to be in my own field. I'm afraid he'll run my horses through the fences too.