NRL star Jai Arrow’s canine mauls greyhound to dying simply months after he was pressured to pay $10k following assault on one other pet – as devastated house owners demand Souths lock is ‘made accountable’ for tragedy
- Jai Arrow’s canine has mauled a greyhound to dying, in keeping with stories
- Eleven-year-old Ruby was attacked by American Staffordshire bull terrier, Thor
- Arrow’s canine had beforehand attacked a mini-schnitzel simply three months in the past
- Ruby’s devastated house owners have demanded Arrow is ‘made accountable’
Jai Arrow’s canine has mauled a New South Wales couple’s beloved greyhound to dying simply three months after the Souths star was pressured to pay $10,000 for a separate assault dedicated by his American Staffordshire bull terrier.
In accordance with 9News, John and Karen Gowan – house owners of 11-year-old canine Ruby – are demanding solutions after Arrow’s canine, Thor, attacked their greyhound simply 100 metres from their Bateau Bay residence on the central coast earlier this month.
Thor bolted out of a house and latched on to Ruby, leaving the 11-year-old with a punctured thorax, dislocated jaw and a number of deep cuts.
She was rushed to an area vet however couldn’t be saved.
‘This different canine was simply on her like a flash,’ Gowan mentioned.
‘I did not see it coming, I could not shield her, I could not do something.’
Jai Arrow’s canine has mauled one other canine to dying and its house owners are demanding solutions
Arrow’s canine had already been labelled ‘harmful’ by Waverly Council after he mauled one other canine in April at Bronte Seaside, japanese Sydney.
Thor attacked a mini-schnauzer whereas he was being walked by Souths teammate Liam Knight, and Arrow paid $10,000 for the injured canine’s vet invoice following the incident.
‘We deeply apologise to the household and the canine for this incident,’ Arrow mentioned.
American Staffordshire bull terrier, Thor, attacked one other canine for a second time in months
Eleven-year-old Ruby couldn’t be saved by and her house owners need Arrow to be ‘accountable’
‘We by no means meant for something like this to occur. It is the primary time something like this has occurred with him.
‘Canine are very a lot a part of individuals’s households and, hopefully, we might help with the opposite canine’s restoration.
‘We have been in touch with the council and police and we have supplied to pay for all bills and vet payments referring to this incident. It is very unlucky that this has occurred and, once more, we apologise for any misery that my canine has triggered. Hopefully, the canine could make a full restoration.’
Arrow declined to remark when contacted by 9News.