Grab wild killer dogs plague remote Australian town making local people too scared to leave their homes
- Glenwood has had 50 dog attacks this year because of wild dogs roaming the area
- Resident Barbara Sullivan has drafted a petition for the council to guard the area
- Some are afraid of taking pets on walks after a woman and her dog have been attacked
A rural town is plagued by a pack of wild killer dogs, making traumatized residents too scared to leave their homes.
The small town of Glenwood, located about 100 km north of the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, has undergone 50 cruel dog attacks since the beginning of the year.
Was a woman fiercely attacked while walking her arrogant King Charles spaniel and was forced to fend them off trying to save her pet.
The small town of Glenwood in Queensland has seen 50 cruel dog attacks since the beginning of the year (file image)
Resident Barbara Sullivan has now drafted a petition to try to press the Fraser Coast Regional Council to take action.
Mrs. Sullivan presented her petition to the council on Wednesday and said there had probably been more attacks
& # 39; I'd say there are many we don't hear about, & # 39; said Mrs. Sullivan during the meeting, The Gympie Times reported.
Mrs. Sullivan believed that the events may be related to people who leave their dogs behind because they could not afford it.
The petition received more than 200 signatures, with Ms Sullivan urging the board to hire a full-time animal controller to monitor the Glenwood area.
The neighboring town of Takura has also been terrorized by wild dogs.
One resident lost six of his goats and another said that 16 of their sheep were killed.
Mrs Sullivan's petition was accepted by the investigating board.
One woman was wildly attacked by wild dogs when she walked out of her Cavalier King Charles Spaniel (file image)
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