Dogs Loose In Abbots Cliff Area, Killed Other Pets

February 5, 2020

There are currently two dogs loose in the Trinity Church Road/Abotts Cliff area which have “attacked and killed other dogs and cats in the area today” and officials are working to locate the dogs, and advise animal owners living in the area to “bring your pet inside your home immediately.”

A Government spokesperson said, “The Ministry of Home Affairs wishes to advise the public that there are currently two dogs loose in the Trinity Church Road/Abotts Cliff area.

“Dog wardens are in the area working with the owner to locate the dogs which have already attacked and killed other dogs and cats in the area today.

“The dogs – one male, one female – are described as brown/tan pit-bull type dogs.

“The public are advised to be on the lookout for these dogs and to contact the Bermuda Police Service if they are spotted. Although the dogs are not believed to be aggressive towards humans, members of the public are advised not to approach the dogs.

“If you are an animal owner living in the area, you are advised to bring your pet inside your home immediately.”

Update 6.30pm: We have attempted to seek an update and officials said that one is not available.

Update Feb 6, 9.15am: We checked again, no official update available yet.

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  1. Toodle-oo says:

    And how great are the chances that these ‘loving pets’(who have never hurt even a flea and sleep with babies) are licensed and micro chipped by their ever responsible owners ? Zero is my bet .

  2. iTS the OWNer not the animal bla bla bla says:

    “described as brown/tan pit-bull type dogs.”


  3. Things a Gwan says:

    I hope that the minister that reversed the ban on put bulls is thinking about the consequences of their vote seeking reversal.

    If it was my pet or heaven forbid my child that was hurt or killed by these dogs. I would be driving to their home not police station.

    Yes I agree somewhat that not all pit bulls are bad and not all are killers , and also that it’s the trainer and not the dog.However, when government made the decision to reverse the ban they didn’t put anything or anyone place to ensure things like this story didn’t happen

  4. Concerned Bermudian says:

    Where is an update!!!!??? So many are affected by this.

  5. Sheesh says:

    How is it possible on this small island that they can’t find these dogs? And apparently these dogs have killed before and nothing was done about it (I.e. they weren’t euthanized).

    Now the critters have killed again and what are the wardens doing about it?!

  6. Barbara says:

    How is it they can’t find the dogs? Are they with the owner. Or have they been caught.

  7. Murph says:

    Plain to see the dogs are no longer on the loose. The owner has likely found them and now hiding them. Dogs don’t stay lost this long, especially when people are supposedly looking for them.