The canine was left “bloody” and “shaken” after a vicious assault in north London

The dog was left “bloody” and “shaken” after a vicious attack in north London

A dog was left “bloody and shaken” after being involved in a vicious attack with another dog in north London. Four desperate spectators tried for almost 20 seconds to wrestle the two dogs apart at Drayton Park, Islington.

Greg Davenport, who appeared to have witnessed the attack and shared the footage online, wrote on Twitter: “Terrific dog attack at Drayton Park… Little King Charles was quite bloody, owner very shaken indeed. Hopefully everything should be fine aside from the infection. Spectators (especially guys all in black) did an incredible job. Apparently he may have been attacked by the same dog before. “

The incident was reported to police, who are aware of the footage, which is being shared on social media. They are still working to identify those involved in the attack and no arrests have been made so far.

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A Met spokesman told MyLondon: “Police were called at 8.52pm on Thursday 23 June to report that a dog had attacked another dog in Drayton Park at the junction with Martineau Road N5.

“Officials are aware of footage circulating online and are working to identify the parties involved. There were no arrests. The investigations are ongoing.”

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