Owner of killed golden retriever shoots three pit bulls responsibly with bow and arrow

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Owner of beloved golden retriever takes karma into his own hands after dog is killed and shoots three pit bulls responsible with bow and arrow

  • Police called an address in Heatley, Townsville due to multiple dog deaths
  • A man whose golden retriever was mauled reportedly took revenge on other dogs
  • Three pit bull terriers were shot by a bow and arrow hunt in revenge attack

A man whose beloved golden retriever was torn to death by a gang of cruel pit bull terriers appears to have taken cruel revenge on the killer dogs.

Queensland police were called to a house on Bligh Street in Heatley, Townsville at around 2 a.m. Saturday after reports that several dogs had been killed.

The owner of a dead golden retriever reportedly shot three pit bulls in a compound hunt with a bow and arrow.

Two of the terriers were killed while the third was injured, the Townsville Bulletin reported.

Three pit bull terriers were reportedly shot with a bow and arrow hunt as a revenge attack after a man’s golden retriever was torn to death (photo: stock photo of pit bulls)

Clearly, the person who allegedly shot them owned the dead golden retriever and the dogs lived in neighboring houses.

He reportedly tried to intervene when the pit bulls attacked his dog and was bitten.

Queensland police have confirmed to Daily Mail Australia that no charges have been filed and that the investigation is continuing.

The incident comes after another pit bull recently attacked and killed a smaller dog at a Brisbane shopping center.

The ‘uninhibited’ pit bull tore up a smaller dog in front of terrified shoppers.

A man whose golden retriever was mauled took revenge on the killer pit bull terriers (photo: stock image of a gold retriever)

A man whose golden retriever was mauled took revenge on the killer pit bull terriers (photo: stock image of a gold retriever)

The terrible incident took place outside Bunnings Warehouse in Stafford, Brisbane.

Before the attack, witnesses said employees told the owner of a large, brown pit bull to keep him on a leash before entering the store.

Within moments, the pit bull had attacked a smaller dog and grabbed him by the neck, shocking customers and employees.

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