8 March 2024

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Local Councillor claims out-of-control dogs wreaking havoc on farms

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Local Councillor claims out-of-control dogs wreaking havoc on farms

A local councillor is claiming out of control dogs are wreaking havoc on farms right across the country.

Independent councillor Geraldine Donohue says the problem is having a major impact on farm animals and farmers’ incomes.

The Loughrea area councillor says the main worry is that loose dogs are endangering the lives of young farm animals this spring:

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