Five Goats Dead After Dog Attack - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/6/08

Five Goats Dead After Dog Attack

Five goats are dead in Lubbock County making them the newest victims of Lubbock dog attacks. The attack happened in South Lubbock County Thursday afternoon, near where three show pigs were killed by a dog last week.

The goats owner went to feed them on Wednesday night, and when he found them. The goats were dead and he saw a large brown and white dog running from the scene.

NewsChannel 11 is following this story, and will bring you the complete details tonight on NewsChannel 11 at 10 p.m.    

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