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AvaThe owner of a dog which mauled a tragic 11-month-old baby to death has been found guilty of possessing a dangerous animal. Lee Wright is now facing jail after being convicted of having cust

ody of the fighting dog which brutally killed Ava-Jayne Corless in February last year while he and the babys mother slept downstairs. The 27-year-old denied that his dog, which has since been euthanised, was a dangerous breed, but following a two-day trial he has been found guilty at Blackburn Magistrates Court. District Judge Gerald Chalk said: I believe Snoop was of a pit bull terrier type and therefore find Mr Wright guilty of the offence. Tragic: Ava-Jane Corless was mauled to death by the dog while her mum slept downstairs (Image: Ross Parry) I take the view that this has resulted in the death, the harm is at the very top. It cant be beyond that point. As far as Im concerned it takes m

e beyond the sentencing guidelines. Im considering am immediate prison sentence, I think it is only fair I consider a report. The court heard how there was no evidence to suggest Wright had known that the dog was of a prohibited breed. Judge Chalk added that both expert witnesses had relied on the American Dog Breeders Association as standard in making their assessment of the dog, but said it was comment rather than definitive. The defendant denied that Snoop was a banned pit bull type dog in contravention of the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991. He claimed he thought it黄金三码中特 was an American pit bull. Distraught: Chloe King carries a doll and babys dummy outside her mothers house (Image: Andy Stenning / Daily Mirror) Ava-Jane uffered multiple injuries inflicted by the nine-stone dog as she slept alone in the bedroom at the Blackbu

rn home of her mothers then boyfriend on February 10 last year. Coroner Michael Singleton said at her inquest: I recognise that every death I deal with represents a personal tragedy for someone, but in more tha

n 20 years of doing this job I have to say the circumstances of the death of Ava-Jayne

represent by far the most horrendous that I have had experience of. Within an h

our of the attack the dog was euthanised. Ava-Jaynes mother, Chloe King, 21, and ex-partner Wright said they had fallen asleep on the settee downstairs and believed Wrights dog was in the kitchen blocked in by a speaker and a golf bag stand. Both were

arrested on suspicion of manslaughter and child neglect before they were bailed and later told they would not face those charges. Expert witness for the Crown retired veterinary surgeon Peter Olsen said he was satisfied that the dog had conformed to the type of a pit bull terrier. Dangerous breed: A stock image of a pit bull. Wright denied his dog was a dangerous breed (Image: Getty) Mr Olsen said that the dog had a heavily muscled front and was finely boned at the rear, a known characteristic exhibited by pit bull terrier dogs. He also cited the strength of the dogs skull, heavy solid

legs and the size, depth and shape of the

eyes as being quintessential of a pit bull terrier. But veterinary surgeon and animal behaviourist expert Elizabeth Kendal Shepherd said she was unable to form any reliable opinion about the dogs breed. The court heard that Wright had believed that the dog had been an American bull dog. His solicitor Gareth Price said the dog had attended the veterinary surgery on many occasions. Nobody at the veterinary practice had alerted Mr Wright to the fact it was a pit bull terrier. I

t was recorded at the vets as an American bull dog. Investigation: Police at the scene where Ava-Jane Corless was mauled to death by a dog (Image: SWNS) He added that the RSPCA had cause to speak to Wright about the dog and that nothing was mentioned that Snoop was of a type prohibited. Mr Price said that his client had continued under the appreh

ension that the bull dog was an American bull dog. He added that Wright had been left upset after the events of last year. The court was told that Wright had been convicted of harassing Ava-Jaynes mother Chloe King in October last year after pleading guilty to the offence.

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