Husky runs down the road with the chihuahua in his mouth before he kills it after he jumps a six-foot fence to get it out of the confused owner's backyard
- The three-year-old chihuahua Dior was torn to death by a hanging husky
- The husky lowered his teeth causing the dog to scream and broke his neck
- Chihuahua owners Jessica Dugan, Alfie Traviss, 21, from Portsmouth, are desperate
- Dior's ashes are now on their mantelpiece and Jessica is taking medication
CCTV footage shows a killer husky running along the road with a chihuahua in his mouth after he jumps over a six-foot fence and beats him to death in his own backyard.
Distraught Jessica Dugan and Alfie Traviss' three-year-old dog, Dior, had broken their necks in the shocking attack.
The pair, both 21, let the pet go out to the toilet before it heard & # 39; scream & # 39; when the husky came into his back yard and grabbed him with his teeth.
Office worker Miss Dugan tried to fend off the rogue dog, but broke sobbing outside a neighbor's house as it walked into the street with Dior in his mouth.
The husky & # 39; s owner, Beth Roy, came from her home in Portsmouth, Hants, and failed to apologize for the attack.
Mika, a rescue dog, was one of the eight huskies owned by the dog walker and her partner, who also have three labradors and a doberman.
Mrs. Roy, 27, revealed that Mika was deposited after the incident.
Miss Dugan said: “It was like losing a family member – I had to witness something that killed my dog.
& # 39; I am not sleeping, I am using tablets and I am still crying.
& # 39; I see it and it is drilled into my brain every night as soon as I close my eyes. & # 39;
The dog's ashes are now on the pair's mantelpiece. There were no arrests or charges after the incident.
Mrs. Roy claimed that the tires of her car were cut and that she had been threatened with death and informed the police since the incident.
A concerned resident wrote to neighbors that he should be wary of & # 39; dangerous & # 39; dogs at her address, because one of her other dogs killed a cat in August 2018.
She said: & # 39; If [Dior] were one of my dogs, I would be the same – I would be devastated.
the husky owner Beth Roy also has seven other huskies, three laboratories and a doberman
Mrs. Roy claimed that the tires of her car were cut and that she has been threatened with death since the incident
& # 39; I apologize, but what had to happen has been done and I can't do anything anymore.
& # 39; No apology is going to bring that dog back.
& # 39; It's just a bizarre accident and there is nothing that anyone can do about it, or will do about it, because it is natural.
& # 39; One day there was a cat in the middle of the field – husky & # 39; s do that.
& # 39; They are not aggressive, but they have a high prey urge.
& # 39; [Neighbors try] to make it look like all my dogs are malicious, while only one did.
& # 39; They are not aggressive, but they have a high prey urge & # 39 ;, Beth said about her husky & # 39; s
& # 39; I have a dog behavior degree and I can tell you 100 percent that just because a dog, for example, kills or hurts a small rabbit does not mean that a child is not in the same category at all. & # 39;
Hampshire Constabulary confirmed that a & # 39; number of investigations & # 39; was done at the time of the attack involving Dior on August 3.
A spokeswoman for the Portsmouth City Council said that a health investigation into Mrs. Roy's property and dogs was underway after neighbors filed noise complaints.
A spokesperson added: & # 39; There was a joint visit to [Mrs. Roy & # 39; s] property by the police, kennel staff and RSPCA where all dogs were assessed and checked for microchips and work is being done to resolve the situation. & # 39;
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