MOSTEN, MANCHESTER ENGLAND - AN AMERICAN BULLDOG ATTACKED 4 PEOPLE, INCLUDING 3 TEENAGERS, AT A HOUSE
Cops were called to a house on Bluestone Road in Moston, Manchester where a dog had attacked four people. They raced to a home on Bluestone Road in Moston at around 12.50pm after reports of an “out of control” dog.
There they found four people, including three children aged 12, 14 and 17 years old, had been attacked.
Their conditions are said to be “serious, but not life-threatening”.
The American Bulldog is not a banned breed under the Dangerous Dogs Act – and is not to be confused with the American Pit Bull Terrier, which IS banned.
A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said: “Police were called shortly after 12.50pm today to a home on Bluestone Road, Moston, to a report of a dog out of control.
“Officers attended and discovered an American Bulldog-type dog had attacked four people.”
The spokesman added: “They have all attended hospital and it is not yet clear what injuries have been sustained.
“The dog is currently contained in the property and officers are at the scene.”
It’s the latest in a long line of savage dog attacks this summer.