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Find Dogs and Puppies for sale in Hornsea. Videos and Pictures available. Free Pet Advertising - Buy Or Sell Cats and Kittens via dogscatsandpets.co.ukA family run business since 2003 - selling horse and all pet food, bedding, toys & accessories....Staffordshire bull terriers were locked in cages inside breeder's house Amanda and Steve Hart went to Tesco, and came back to find home ablaze An electrical fault in their kitchen is believed to be the source of the fire One man had to be physically restrained from running in to save the dogs Their home, in Hornsea, East Yorkshire, was almost completely destroyed It comes nine days after more than 50 dogs were killed in fire in Manchester A fire killed 21 dogs after it swept through locked cages at the home of a prize-winning breeder while she was at the supermarket.Barely a week after more than 50 animals died in a blaze at Manchester Dogs’ Home, a second tragedy struck a Staffordshire bull terrier owner.Amanda Hart and her husband Steve had gone to Tesco on Saturday evening, leaving the dogs – among them show champions – locked in cages.
The fire is believed to have been caused by an electrical fault in the kitchen of her wooden bungalow in Hornsea, East Yorkshire.Her son Ryan, 28, who lives on a caravan on the property, tried to smash his way in but was held back by firemen to stop him risking his life to save the dogs.By the time the flames were extinguished, 21 dogs are thought to have died, and the couple’s home was almost completely destroyed.Mr Hart, 53, said: ‘We had got the dogs in about 7pm, I dropped them all in a treat and went to Tesco. I looked across and could see flames as high as you could imagine.‘Ryan said there was a dog right by the door and he could not even get that one out. It was just full of thick, dense smoke and he had to come out.’ He added: ‘Within 20 minutes of leaving the house everything was destroyed. I had 20 dogs – now I have 20 dead pets to bury.’ Shocked fellow breeders said Mrs Hart, 48, had always been very well-regarded within Staffordshire bull terrier breeding circles.
Clare Lee, president of the Northern Counties Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club, of which Mrs Hart was show secretary, said: ‘She was totally devoted to her dogs, this is absolutely devastating for her.‘As well as her stud dogs, she had older animals too – unlike some breeders who would pass them on when they were too old, she was too attached to part with them.’ And she defended the breeder’s decision to keep them in locked cages, saying: ‘Normally they’d get on fine, but because there was a risk some of them might start fighting, the responsible thing was to segregate them.‘It’s particularly tragic that there should have been a fire while no one was in the house – it’s something nobody could have foreseen.’ Several fundraising appeals were quickly set up, with one on Facebook receiving £1,000 from another Staffordshire bull terrier club.A message on the Facebook page read: ‘She has lost everything and as you can imagine her world has been taken from her.
‘I feel at this moment in time we as friends and fellow Stafford lovers need to band together as one to help one of our own who has lost everything rebuild her life again and survive this tragedy.’ Nine days earlier, 53 dogs died following suspected arson in Manchester, with well-wishers pledging more than £1.2million within 48 hours to help the dogs home. A 15-year-old boy arrested on suspicion of starting the blaze was later released on bail.This ad isFeatured 5 images White English bulldog This is Lenny, he's 10 months English bulldog. siberian husky for sale murfreesboro tnHe has no KC reg papers hence the price. bichon frise for sale in grand rapids miLenny needs to go to someone who has plenty of time and attention for him he is a really loving playful dog and this is a very reluctant sale and he is only goingjug puppies for sale fife
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The incident happened nine days after a blaze at Manchester Dogs Home, which resulted in the death of at least 50 dogs.A boy of 15 was quizzed about that fire and is now on bail.Well-wishers donating to the Manchester Dogs Home saw more than £1.2 million pledged in less than 48 hours after the suspected arson attack.Vigil: A dog lover at a special service for the animals who perished in the Manchester fire Today locals in Hornsea with a "heavy heart" began their own fund to help the couple who had "lost everything".Their first goal of £500 was smashed within hours.The dogs were kept in a wooden chalet type building attached to the main house.Humberside Fire Service, station manager Paul Clucas said: "When the owner arrived back, he was obviously distraught and tried to get into the property to save the dogs."I had to physically restrain him for his own safety."There was no chance, flames were coming out of the hall and the roof."
He said that the dogs, all in cages, would have been killed by toxic fumes.A local, who did not wish to be named, said: "They are very respected dog breeders. Everyone is gutted for them."We think the fire started in the kitchen while the owners were out shopping on Saturday. It spread so quickly to the wooden building, where the dogs were kept."There were a lot of people down there but nobody could get close."People had to be dragged away as they tried to save the dogs. It was well alight by then."There were propane gas bottles around, so that made it even more dangerous. I don't think they are attached to the main gas line in that area."By the time the fire brigade arrived it was all too late."Another neighbour, who witnessed the blaze, said: "It is terrible. I could see smoke and flames from my house and saw four fire engines rushing to the scene."Angela Cobb said on Facebook: "Her dogs were her babies. The house has gone completely."