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Written by Lindy Laird, The Northern Advocate   
Saturday, 15 January 2011

The law permits property owners to shoot unknown dogs they saw "running with stock".

Roaming dogs have some Ngunguru residents so frightened they are carrying guns around their properties.

The neighbours' reaction comes after a reign of terror by one or more dogs believed to live at a Tongatu Rd property.

A dog attacked an alpaca and a 30-year-old Welsh mountain pony on a fenced property in that road last week.

There have been several other incidents involving attacks in the Waihoi Creek and Tongatu Rd area in the past three years.

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