Submitted by GSPCA on 13:59, 13th Dec, 2013 | 0

The GSPCA are asking if anyone has any information to please call the police about a recent violent attack on a dog.

The dog whose eye will be lost after being smashed in the muzzle with a hammer as part of a sickening homophobic attack against a local children’s entertainer.

When Jenny Harding went out to feed six-year-old Alice yesterday morning she found her pet’s eye was bulging and bloody with a flat-headed hammer lying nearby.  Jenny's van had also been graffitied on the back all of which occurred in the Torteval area.

The incident happened between 11.30pm Wednesday and 9am Thursday morning.

Alice the dog is now at the vet and will have to have the eye removed.

If anyone has any information in relation to this matter they are urged to make contact with Police Headquarters on 725111 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800555111.

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