Council monitoring as staffy unidentified

FAMILY: Erika Grimes and Georgie at St Matthew's church where they visit each week and where a fundraiser will be held on July 29 from 12pm. Picture: SIMON BAYLISS

FAMILY: Erika Grimes and Georgie at St Matthew's church where they visit each week and where a fundraiser will be held on July 29 from 12pm. Picture: SIMON BAYLISS

The identity of a staffy owner, whose pet mauled a depression support dog, remains unknown despite Albury city investigations. 

Council confirmed Erika Grimes reported an off-lead black and white staffy attacked her companion dog, Georgie, who faces possible leg amputation. 

Council said a man took the staffy from Thurgoona Street and told Ms Grimes he would return but did not. 

Council were unable to find a match for the staffy on the Companion Animal Register but rangers would monitor the area. 

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