“Last Saturday on Bagnatica Hill, a small, medium-sized dog fell victim to an attack by an unknown animal.” The mayor of Bagnatica, Roberto Scarpellini, announced this in a post published on the evening of Thursday, February 1, on the municipality's Facebook and Instagram pages. «The event – writes the mayor – It follows similar events reported in Brusaporto in recent months. The Forest Police of Trescor Balnerio, to whom the dog owner has filed a complaint and with whom the undersigned is in constant contact, They ruled out with a very high probability that the aggressor animal was a wolf. The two most commonly accepted hypotheses are, in order of probability: one or more feral dogs or wild boars. “In order to identify the animals and thanks to the support of the municipality of Brusaporto, they were installed From camera traps in the event area.”
Bagnatica is the first reported case. “in this sentence” The mayor advises residents about this “Don't go to the hill alone But only in company, and avoid leaving marked trails until the animal is identified and the situation resolved Anyone who sees or knows the relevant facts, do not hesitate to report it to me or report it directly to the Trescore Balneario Police Station.” The mayor also called for dogs to be kept on a leash. Below is the post that appeared on Instagram.
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