Euthanised or executed? Sadly, it’s the owner’s fault/responsibility as much as it’s the dog (ie, some say there are no bad dogs, just bad owners). The fact that this happened multiple times is a real worry for the community. It just shows that the owner failed to take precautions and the dog cannot be trusted to not be violent against other animals (and potentially people).
Experts say not all “dangerous” dogs need to die and some can be retrained. It comes as a Sunshine Coast family farewell their beloved pet which will be put down this week.