A dog owner is fighting to save her beloved pet after neighbours signed a petition and suggested it should be put down.
Oh? How many neighbours?
...residents appear to have rounded on the Aylesford homeowner with more than 200 people calling for action against the dog.
Oooh, that's a lot of them!
Jennifer, 68, said: “It’s the most awful thing but we have been persecuted since. It feels like everyone is against us.
“She’s never bitten before, ever. She was stressed and guarding the house."
Oh, a guard dog? And the neighbour bitten was trespassing in the house?
It is believed Lottie may have let herself out by pushing down on the handle of the front door but Jennifer, who moved from London to her Thomas Road home last year, feels claims the dog is dangerously out of control are untrue.
Right, right. Not actually in the premises guarding them at the time, then? Hmmm.
She added: “Whether the door wasn’t quite locked properly, I don’t know. The dog guards the house.
“She has got out and nipped my neighbour’s ankle. She is now muzzled and we are locking the doors."
You weren't locking them before? No wonder you needed a 'guard dog'!
Rebecca Dales, whose mother was the victim, said: "My mum is still not back in her own home. She is in fear of a further attack.
"The police have not given this investigation the priority it deserves."
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