Asked if he felt it was a good outcome from the court case, he said: “To be honest, I would have liked the dog to be put down, it’s a dangerous dog and it’s going to kill someone at some point, so that’s my feeling on it.
“But that’s not what happened and there’s nothing I can do about it.”
It seems there's nothing the justice system can do about it, either. Despite the fact it's already had its 'one bite':
It wasn’t the first time the dog had attacked Mr Thompson's pet as Jabba had allegedly attacked his pet a month before.
What more can he do?
Sam Scully was charged with being in the care of a dog that was dangerously out of control and was fined £200. The pet has been issued a delayed destruction order.
That delay could cost a pet - or a person - its life.