The owner of a pack of dogs which attacked a woman and her pet in Waltham Abbey will not be taken to court

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Owner of dog pack which attacked woman and pet given caution Owner of dog pack which attacked woman and pet given caution

A woman who was left traumatised after being set upon by five dogs says that she has been failed by Essex Police who have cautioned the owner.

Laura Curd, 44, had her fingers crushed in the mouth of one of a pack of dogs who targeted her pet whippet on October 1.

Mrs Curd from Sewardstone was walking Willow in Gunpowder Park in Waltham Abbey when the attack happened.

She saw a man walking behind her with five Staffordshire Bull Terriers without leads or collars and moved off of the path to avoid them.

Despite her actions, they still attacked.

Now, almost four months later, Mrs Curd has been told that the Crown Prosecution Service will not take the case to court.

She said: “I just can’t believe it. There is no justice.

“The police haven’t even told me what he has been cautioned with, I wrote to them three weeks ago and I have heard nothing back from them.

“For all I know he is still walking around with those dogs.

“I don’t even know if he has been made to put leads on them or collars. What happens if they attack again?

“I understand that dogs fight but we were attacked. I wasn’t even trying to break it up and I was bitten.”

Mrs Curd has been left with a fear of dogs without leads and had to pay £3,000 for an operation to save her pet.

The vet told her after the attack that it was only the dog’s coat that protected her from death.

Although the owner has to pay the excess for her insurance, Mrs Curd says that the outcome has shocked her.

She said: “I feel so let down. We had to go through that horrifying experience and all he got was a caution.”

Essex Police has been asked to comment on the decision.
 

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3:22pm Sat 28 Dec 13

Billy Yerache says...

Is there any wonder why people go around with packs of dogs when you have a bunch of lazy ineffective police who, so keen to avoid any paperwork use the cautioning system to make their life easier?

Cautioning was originally conceived to deal with small amounts of cannabis use but has now been the tool to deal with previously custodial crime like rapes, child abuse even Manslaughter! This cannot be right however you look at it.

Worse sill it is a lottery as there is no consensus and uniformity across the UK and an urgent policy must be formed to ensure that such offences are adequately and effectively dealt with throughout the country.
Is there any wonder why people go around with packs of dogs when you have a bunch of lazy ineffective police who, so keen to avoid any paperwork use the cautioning system to make their life easier? Cautioning was originally conceived to deal with small amounts of cannabis use but has now been the tool to deal with previously custodial crime like rapes, child abuse even Manslaughter! This cannot be right however you look at it. Worse sill it is a lottery as there is no consensus and uniformity across the UK and an urgent policy must be formed to ensure that such offences are adequately and effectively dealt with throughout the country. Billy Yerache

3:48pm Sat 28 Dec 13

girlfromessex says...

The good thing is that to receive a caution he had to admit his guilt, that opens the door for her to sue him for everything she has paid out, plus money for the impact of the attack. Hope she does this, her legal expenses will be recouped from the dog owner too.
The good thing is that to receive a caution he had to admit his guilt, that opens the door for her to sue him for everything she has paid out, plus money for the impact of the attack. Hope she does this, her legal expenses will be recouped from the dog owner too. girlfromessex

5:23pm Sat 28 Dec 13

stickmanny says...

The CPS are responsible for bringing prosecutions. As the budget for Courts shrinks (by 23% last year) it follows that some who should be prosecuted end up with a caution instead.
The CPS are responsible for bringing prosecutions. As the budget for Courts shrinks (by 23% last year) it follows that some who should be prosecuted end up with a caution instead. stickmanny

6:00am Sun 29 Dec 13

icareE17 says...

It is high time to for Waltham Forest to ban the Staffordshire Bull Terrier from the borough and for all dogs to be on leads at all times in public places.
It is high time to for Waltham Forest to ban the Staffordshire Bull Terrier from the borough and for all dogs to be on leads at all times in public places. icareE17

6:02am Sun 29 Dec 13

icareE17 says...

... something also needs to be done about the emergent underclass of subhumans who owns these vicious monsters.
... something also needs to be done about the emergent underclass of subhumans who owns these vicious monsters. icareE17

1:05pm Sun 29 Dec 13

pjcoopjazz says...

The Criminal Justice System in the UK is nothing more than a vast money making system for an ever-growing army of Lawyers and the Legal 'industry'. It has very little to do with Justice or Punishing Criminals. Scumbags who let their out of control dogs attack people get pathetic fines - most of which remain unpaid - while the greedy lawyers get £300 an hour.
The Criminal Justice System in the UK is nothing more than a vast money making system for an ever-growing army of Lawyers and the Legal 'industry'. It has very little to do with Justice or Punishing Criminals. Scumbags who let their out of control dogs attack people get pathetic fines - most of which remain unpaid - while the greedy lawyers get £300 an hour. pjcoopjazz

3:58pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Realist#1 says...

icareE17 wrote:
It is high time to for Waltham Forest to ban the Staffordshire Bull Terrier from the borough and for all dogs to be on leads at all times in public places.
What a lot of rubbish! Not ALL staffs are aggressive dogs! I think you'll find ANY dog can be dangerous, a dog will react to the way it is treated, if you're aggressive, the likelihood is so will your dog be, if you bring your dog up in a loving family environment, that is what you shall get back. Pathetic! Do you or have you ever owned a staff?!?!
[quote][p][bold]icareE17[/bold] wrote: It is high time to for Waltham Forest to ban the Staffordshire Bull Terrier from the borough and for all dogs to be on leads at all times in public places.[/p][/quote]What a lot of rubbish! Not ALL staffs are aggressive dogs! I think you'll find ANY dog can be dangerous, a dog will react to the way it is treated, if you're aggressive, the likelihood is so will your dog be, if you bring your dog up in a loving family environment, that is what you shall get back. Pathetic! Do you or have you ever owned a staff?!?! Realist#1

7:15pm Sun 29 Dec 13

OngarRS says...

Realist#1 wrote:
icareE17 wrote:
It is high time to for Waltham Forest to ban the Staffordshire Bull Terrier from the borough and for all dogs to be on leads at all times in public places.
What a lot of rubbish! Not ALL staffs are aggressive dogs! I think you'll find ANY dog can be dangerous, a dog will react to the way it is treated, if you're aggressive, the likelihood is so will your dog be, if you bring your dog up in a loving family environment, that is what you shall get back. Pathetic! Do you or have you ever owned a staff?!?!
Here come the Staffordshire apologists. I have owned dogs for almost 30 years and the only dogs I have ever had trouble from are Staffordshires. The usual refrain is "he's never done that before mate" as they go for my dogs. They are aggressive dogs, whatever the owner does with them.
[quote][p][bold]Realist#1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]icareE17[/bold] wrote: It is high time to for Waltham Forest to ban the Staffordshire Bull Terrier from the borough and for all dogs to be on leads at all times in public places.[/p][/quote]What a lot of rubbish! Not ALL staffs are aggressive dogs! I think you'll find ANY dog can be dangerous, a dog will react to the way it is treated, if you're aggressive, the likelihood is so will your dog be, if you bring your dog up in a loving family environment, that is what you shall get back. Pathetic! Do you or have you ever owned a staff?!?![/p][/quote]Here come the Staffordshire apologists. I have owned dogs for almost 30 years and the only dogs I have ever had trouble from are Staffordshires. The usual refrain is "he's never done that before mate" as they go for my dogs. They are aggressive dogs, whatever the owner does with them. OngarRS

5:03am Mon 30 Dec 13

icareE17 says...

Realist#1 wrote:
icareE17 wrote:
It is high time to for Waltham Forest to ban the Staffordshire Bull Terrier from the borough and for all dogs to be on leads at all times in public places.
What a lot of rubbish! Not ALL staffs are aggressive dogs! I think you'll find ANY dog can be dangerous, a dog will react to the way it is treated, if you're aggressive, the likelihood is so will your dog be, if you bring your dog up in a loving family environment, that is what you shall get back. Pathetic! Do you or have you ever owned a staff?!?!
Of course not all Staffies are aggressive. But the vast majority of serious damage inducing maulings against both people and other dogs in this country involve the SBT. At the crux of the matter lies the fact that unfortunately most of the SBTs in the borough have quite a bit of pit bull in them and many also have been crossed with bull mastiffs. All breeds originally bred to stalk and take down a 1/2 ton cow (hence the "bull" in the breed names). The original Staffie pure bred staffie is actually quite small in stature. There is quite a lot of evidence that suggests the pit bull has a genetic predisposition to 'snapping' and it has been well documented that despite years of totally normal and docile behaviour- these dogs can suddenly turn on their own masters, and children they have grown along side of. The PB and SBT have extremely strong jaws that lock- we often hear reports that they just "never let go" and "grabbed by the neck" and "shake like a rag doll". For the aforementioned reasons, the PB inc the SBT are banned breeds in many progressive countries such as Canada and Germany. With owning such a breed I believe comes great responsibility- unfortunately more than too many citizens in our borough can cope with and therefore I strongly believe that the SBT needs regulating/banning (ie- only permitted under special and controlled circumstances should they be permitted). I have never owned a staff and I would never rule it out, but knowing what the breed is capable of I would ALWAYS KEEP IT LEASHED IN PUBLIC. Its common sense, common respect and responsible dog ownership.
[quote][p][bold]Realist#1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]icareE17[/bold] wrote: It is high time to for Waltham Forest to ban the Staffordshire Bull Terrier from the borough and for all dogs to be on leads at all times in public places.[/p][/quote]What a lot of rubbish! Not ALL staffs are aggressive dogs! I think you'll find ANY dog can be dangerous, a dog will react to the way it is treated, if you're aggressive, the likelihood is so will your dog be, if you bring your dog up in a loving family environment, that is what you shall get back. Pathetic! Do you or have you ever owned a staff?!?![/p][/quote]Of course not all Staffies are aggressive. But the vast majority of serious damage inducing maulings against both people and other dogs in this country involve the SBT. At the crux of the matter lies the fact that unfortunately most of the SBTs in the borough have quite a bit of pit bull in them and many also have been crossed with bull mastiffs. All breeds originally bred to stalk and take down a 1/2 ton cow (hence the "bull" in the breed names). The original Staffie pure bred staffie is actually quite small in stature. There is quite a lot of evidence that suggests the pit bull has a genetic predisposition to 'snapping' and it has been well documented that despite years of totally normal and docile behaviour- these dogs can suddenly turn on their own masters, and children they have grown along side of. The PB and SBT have extremely strong jaws that lock- we often hear reports that they just "never let go" and "grabbed by the neck" and "shake like a rag doll". For the aforementioned reasons, the PB inc the SBT are banned breeds in many progressive countries such as Canada and Germany. With owning such a breed I believe comes great responsibility- unfortunately more than too many citizens in our borough can cope with and therefore I strongly believe that the SBT needs regulating/banning (ie- only permitted under special and controlled circumstances should they be permitted). I have never owned a staff and I would never rule it out, but knowing what the breed is capable of I would ALWAYS KEEP IT LEASHED IN PUBLIC. Its common sense, common respect and responsible dog ownership. icareE17

9:12am Mon 30 Dec 13

myopinioncounts says...

An unemployed, social housing dweller who chooses to get a dog while unable to pay for it's keep, is entitled to take it for free treatment at the PDSA.
This lady has to pay for her dog's treatment although the victim of an attack!
An unemployed, social housing dweller who chooses to get a dog while unable to pay for it's keep, is entitled to take it for free treatment at the PDSA. This lady has to pay for her dog's treatment although the victim of an attack! myopinioncounts

12:50pm Mon 30 Dec 13

WF4Dogs says...

The CPS and the Essex police have failed in their roles here. Other boroughs have successfully prosecuted lesser attacks with fewer dogs involved and less injury resulting. Should another attack ever happen again involving this owner and his 5 dogs, the CPS and Essex police will literally be liable. This entire episode which laura and willow have endured shows the law is weak, dog teams are more interested in raising revenue than dealing with the real issues. Shame on them. Best wishes to laura and long may willow recover from strength to strength x
The CPS and the Essex police have failed in their roles here. Other boroughs have successfully prosecuted lesser attacks with fewer dogs involved and less injury resulting. Should another attack ever happen again involving this owner and his 5 dogs, the CPS and Essex police will literally be liable. This entire episode which laura and willow have endured shows the law is weak, dog teams are more interested in raising revenue than dealing with the real issues. Shame on them. Best wishes to laura and long may willow recover from strength to strength x WF4Dogs

2:28pm Mon 30 Dec 13

Realist#1 says...

OngarRS wrote:
Realist#1 wrote:
icareE17 wrote:
It is high time to for Waltham Forest to ban the Staffordshire Bull Terrier from the borough and for all dogs to be on leads at all times in public places.
What a lot of rubbish! Not ALL staffs are aggressive dogs! I think you'll find ANY dog can be dangerous, a dog will react to the way it is treated, if you're aggressive, the likelihood is so will your dog be, if you bring your dog up in a loving family environment, that is what you shall get back. Pathetic! Do you or have you ever owned a staff?!?!
Here come the Staffordshire apologists. I have owned dogs for almost 30 years and the only dogs I have ever had trouble from are Staffordshires. The usual refrain is "he's never done that before mate" as they go for my dogs. They are aggressive dogs, whatever the owner does with them.
Just not true, maybe you're taking your dogs to the wrong places, I have owned a number of staffies, rescued and not, for a lot of years and have NEVER had an aggressive one. I have brought mine up in loving family environments and my dogs have NEVER been aggressive.
[quote][p][bold]OngarRS[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Realist#1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]icareE17[/bold] wrote: It is high time to for Waltham Forest to ban the Staffordshire Bull Terrier from the borough and for all dogs to be on leads at all times in public places.[/p][/quote]What a lot of rubbish! Not ALL staffs are aggressive dogs! I think you'll find ANY dog can be dangerous, a dog will react to the way it is treated, if you're aggressive, the likelihood is so will your dog be, if you bring your dog up in a loving family environment, that is what you shall get back. Pathetic! Do you or have you ever owned a staff?!?![/p][/quote]Here come the Staffordshire apologists. I have owned dogs for almost 30 years and the only dogs I have ever had trouble from are Staffordshires. The usual refrain is "he's never done that before mate" as they go for my dogs. They are aggressive dogs, whatever the owner does with them.[/p][/quote]Just not true, maybe you're taking your dogs to the wrong places, I have owned a number of staffies, rescued and not, for a lot of years and have NEVER had an aggressive one. I have brought mine up in loving family environments and my dogs have NEVER been aggressive. Realist#1

2:34pm Mon 30 Dec 13

Realist#1 says...

icareE17 wrote:
Realist#1 wrote:
icareE17 wrote:
It is high time to for Waltham Forest to ban the Staffordshire Bull Terrier from the borough and for all dogs to be on leads at all times in public places.
What a lot of rubbish! Not ALL staffs are aggressive dogs! I think you'll find ANY dog can be dangerous, a dog will react to the way it is treated, if you're aggressive, the likelihood is so will your dog be, if you bring your dog up in a loving family environment, that is what you shall get back. Pathetic! Do you or have you ever owned a staff?!?!
Of course not all Staffies are aggressive. But the vast majority of serious damage inducing maulings against both people and other dogs in this country involve the SBT. At the crux of the matter lies the fact that unfortunately most of the SBTs in the borough have quite a bit of pit bull in them and many also have been crossed with bull mastiffs. All breeds originally bred to stalk and take down a 1/2 ton cow (hence the "bull" in the breed names). The original Staffie pure bred staffie is actually quite small in stature. There is quite a lot of evidence that suggests the pit bull has a genetic predisposition to 'snapping' and it has been well documented that despite years of totally normal and docile behaviour- these dogs can suddenly turn on their own masters, and children they have grown along side of. The PB and SBT have extremely strong jaws that lock- we often hear reports that they just "never let go" and "grabbed by the neck" and "shake like a rag doll". For the aforementioned reasons, the PB inc the SBT are banned breeds in many progressive countries such as Canada and Germany. With owning such a breed I believe comes great responsibility- unfortunately more than too many citizens in our borough can cope with and therefore I strongly believe that the SBT needs regulating/banning (ie- only permitted under special and controlled circumstances should they be permitted). I have never owned a staff and I would never rule it out, but knowing what the breed is capable of I would ALWAYS KEEP IT LEASHED IN PUBLIC. Its common sense, common respect and responsible dog ownership.
A very intelligent response and one I can not argue with, I base my experience on always having owned the staffie breed as a youngster having family staffs and now I'm an old dear still owning them. I speak from experience that I have never had an aggressive one. I do believe that a dogs nature comes from the way it is treated, only recently I encountered a bad experience with a poodle! attacking my daughter causing stitches, just saying, ANY dog can be aggressive!
[quote][p][bold]icareE17[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Realist#1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]icareE17[/bold] wrote: It is high time to for Waltham Forest to ban the Staffordshire Bull Terrier from the borough and for all dogs to be on leads at all times in public places.[/p][/quote]What a lot of rubbish! Not ALL staffs are aggressive dogs! I think you'll find ANY dog can be dangerous, a dog will react to the way it is treated, if you're aggressive, the likelihood is so will your dog be, if you bring your dog up in a loving family environment, that is what you shall get back. Pathetic! Do you or have you ever owned a staff?!?![/p][/quote]Of course not all Staffies are aggressive. But the vast majority of serious damage inducing maulings against both people and other dogs in this country involve the SBT. At the crux of the matter lies the fact that unfortunately most of the SBTs in the borough have quite a bit of pit bull in them and many also have been crossed with bull mastiffs. All breeds originally bred to stalk and take down a 1/2 ton cow (hence the "bull" in the breed names). The original Staffie pure bred staffie is actually quite small in stature. There is quite a lot of evidence that suggests the pit bull has a genetic predisposition to 'snapping' and it has been well documented that despite years of totally normal and docile behaviour- these dogs can suddenly turn on their own masters, and children they have grown along side of. The PB and SBT have extremely strong jaws that lock- we often hear reports that they just "never let go" and "grabbed by the neck" and "shake like a rag doll". For the aforementioned reasons, the PB inc the SBT are banned breeds in many progressive countries such as Canada and Germany. With owning such a breed I believe comes great responsibility- unfortunately more than too many citizens in our borough can cope with and therefore I strongly believe that the SBT needs regulating/banning (ie- only permitted under special and controlled circumstances should they be permitted). I have never owned a staff and I would never rule it out, but knowing what the breed is capable of I would ALWAYS KEEP IT LEASHED IN PUBLIC. Its common sense, common respect and responsible dog ownership.[/p][/quote]A very intelligent response and one I can not argue with, I base my experience on always having owned the staffie breed as a youngster having family staffs and now I'm an old dear still owning them. I speak from experience that I have never had an aggressive one. I do believe that a dogs nature comes from the way it is treated, only recently I encountered a bad experience with a poodle! attacking my daughter causing stitches, just saying, ANY dog can be aggressive! Realist#1

10:30am Tue 31 Dec 13

stickmanny says...

This type of offence is not taken seriously enough. Never mind about the breed, any dog that attacks a person or another dog should be destroyed and the owner prosecuted as per an assault on a person or animal cruelty.
This type of offence is not taken seriously enough. Never mind about the breed, any dog that attacks a person or another dog should be destroyed and the owner prosecuted as per an assault on a person or animal cruelty. stickmanny

11:26am Tue 31 Dec 13

escapefrome17 says...

Thge problem isn't so much the dogs, it's the dog people who think their pets are little furry children who can be reasoned with.......all dogs are nasty vicious creatures, it's in their nature and 5 of them together is a hunting pack, pure and simple, and one does have to question the stae of mind of someone who feels the need to own a pack of dogs. Personally, I'd outlaw all dog ownership ...... there's absolutely no need for people to have them these days, but as that's not going to happen then the next best thing would be a bylaw requiring all dogs be on a leash and muzzled when out. But I suppose that will never happen either, imagine the outrcry from the dog people, although I'm amazed at the number of people who probably consider themselves 'responsible' dog owners who take their dogs out in public without a muzzle.
Thge problem isn't so much the dogs, it's the dog people who think their pets are little furry children who can be reasoned with.......all dogs are nasty vicious creatures, it's in their nature and 5 of them together is a hunting pack, pure and simple, and one does have to question the stae of mind of someone who feels the need to own a pack of dogs. Personally, I'd outlaw all dog ownership ...... there's absolutely no need for people to have them these days, but as that's not going to happen then the next best thing would be a bylaw requiring all dogs be on a leash and muzzled when out. But I suppose that will never happen either, imagine the outrcry from the dog people, although I'm amazed at the number of people who probably consider themselves 'responsible' dog owners who take their dogs out in public without a muzzle. escapefrome17

7:38pm Tue 31 Dec 13

ColinOrient says...

escapefrome17 wrote:
Thge problem isn't so much the dogs, it's the dog people who think their pets are little furry children who can be reasoned with.......all dogs are nasty vicious creatures, it's in their nature and 5 of them together is a hunting pack, pure and simple, and one does have to question the stae of mind of someone who feels the need to own a pack of dogs. Personally, I'd outlaw all dog ownership ...... there's absolutely no need for people to have them these days, but as that's not going to happen then the next best thing would be a bylaw requiring all dogs be on a leash and muzzled when out. But I suppose that will never happen either, imagine the outrcry from the dog people, although I'm amazed at the number of people who probably consider themselves 'responsible' dog owners who take their dogs out in public without a muzzle.
Some people probably feel safer surrounded by a pack of dogs than some of the packs of certain humans in the borough. So you say 'all dogs are nasty vicious creatures'. Absolute rubbish. We have an eight-year-old Labrador who is a perfect family dog without a bad bone in his body, more than can be said about many people. And although he's a dog, he's still miles cleaner than a lot of this borough's population!
[quote][p][bold]escapefrome17[/bold] wrote: Thge problem isn't so much the dogs, it's the dog people who think their pets are little furry children who can be reasoned with.......all dogs are nasty vicious creatures, it's in their nature and 5 of them together is a hunting pack, pure and simple, and one does have to question the stae of mind of someone who feels the need to own a pack of dogs. Personally, I'd outlaw all dog ownership ...... there's absolutely no need for people to have them these days, but as that's not going to happen then the next best thing would be a bylaw requiring all dogs be on a leash and muzzled when out. But I suppose that will never happen either, imagine the outrcry from the dog people, although I'm amazed at the number of people who probably consider themselves 'responsible' dog owners who take their dogs out in public without a muzzle.[/p][/quote]Some people probably feel safer surrounded by a pack of dogs than some of the packs of certain humans in the borough. So you say 'all dogs are nasty vicious creatures'. Absolute rubbish. We have an eight-year-old Labrador who is a perfect family dog without a bad bone in his body, more than can be said about many people. And although he's a dog, he's still miles cleaner than a lot of this borough's population! ColinOrient

7:59pm Tue 31 Dec 13

icareE17 says...

All dogs being muzzled is very extreme and cruel. £1000 fines and confiscations for large dogs off leash in public places would be a welcomed and more realistic step in the right direction- one our council could easily afford, bringing in revenue and making our streets safer.
All dogs being muzzled is very extreme and cruel. £1000 fines and confiscations for large dogs off leash in public places would be a welcomed and more realistic step in the right direction- one our council could easily afford, bringing in revenue and making our streets safer. icareE17

9:07pm Sat 11 Jan 14

karenogil76 says...

I am a dog lover sadly there are dogs who's nature's aren't suitable to be around children and kept in small flats. All dogs can kill but if you look at the statistics all death and serious injuries are by bulldog types and guard dog types. This could be due to the types people who own these dogs rather than behaviour. However there have been a few cases where the owners of a dog who has attacked. Seemed like decent members off society. The protection of children must come before the discomfort that muzzeling May cause.
I am a dog lover sadly there are dogs who's nature's aren't suitable to be around children and kept in small flats. All dogs can kill but if you look at the statistics all death and serious injuries are by bulldog types and guard dog types. This could be due to the types people who own these dogs rather than behaviour. However there have been a few cases where the owners of a dog who has attacked. Seemed like decent members off society. The protection of children must come before the discomfort that muzzeling May cause. karenogil76

9:16pm Sat 11 Jan 14

karenogil76 says...

On the same matter the police need to do more lazy lax policing and laws need to be stricter dogs can 've dangerous weapons so manslaughter for serious injuries and ghb for bites your dog your responsibility.
On the same matter the police need to do more lazy lax policing and laws need to be stricter dogs can 've dangerous weapons so manslaughter for serious injuries and ghb for bites your dog your responsibility. karenogil76

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