"The defendant thinks she may have touched his testicles, which meant that he turned on her," Mr Christopher Stapleton, defending, said.No, no. It isn't what you think!
Two reports were submitted about the condition and behaviour of the animal, one calling for it to be destroyed and the other stating it should be saved.
Magistrate Jean Reed adjourned the hearing for a third report to be done on the dog by the Crown Prosecution Service.
She also requested Mrs Dosanjh speak to probation officers and her husband attend the case when it returns to court on March 11.Well, why not. It's only public money. Best of three?