Trent Williams disappointed with neighbor’s dog killed: “Dogs do what dogs do”

Redskins’ neighbors, attacker Trent Williams, are upset after they find Sandy their pet dog dead and blame the NFL star’s pitbull.

“I found my dog ​​halfway broken, his head and one foot on the other side of the fence, two of these piles broke his body and one foot just shook,” Jerry Flowers told Houston’s Fox 26 . His wife, Linda, added: “They are dancing their heads through the fence. Half of her body was through the wrought iron fence.”

This is Sandy, the 3-year-old laboratory mix that was killed. Εικόνες Pictures of her body are too graphic to appear on television, so we’ll show her during happy times.

– Erica Simon (@ EricaOnABC13) December 13, 2019

When he contacted Fox 26, Williams was subversive and told the gate that it was not history.

“Dogs do what dogs do,” Williams told the news station.

ABC13 also reached out to Williams and provided some more information on what happened.

From ABC13:

(Williams) claims that the animals were actually defending his youngest dog as he was attacked by Sandy. This pet, he says, is now fighting for his life and has suffered about $ 5,000 in veterinary bills. Williams added that he did nothing wrong and claimed he was not cited by police or animal control.

TMZ Sports is in touch with a “person from Williams camp” who explained the story a little further.

From TMZ:

Williams says his neighbor’s dog attacked his daughter’s tiny Basenji dog – a smaller, more fragile dog. At that point, a big pit bull whiz came to help Basenji and in the process took Sandy’s hand – her murder. The point Williams is trying to make is that his pitbulls do not run rampant in the neighborhood, attacking random pets, but rather, this was the result of an unfortunate animal quarrel.

Following is a photo of the dogs allegedly responsible for Sandy’s attack. Property records register their owner as Trent Williams – who neighbors say is an NFL lineman.

– Erica Simon (@ EricaOnABC13) December 13, 2019

Both ABC13 and Fox 26 spoke with several neighbors who said they were worried about Williams and how many dogs he owned. Reports say he owns nine pit bulls and holds them in a kennel in the backyard of his home in City of Missouri.

“I had probably seen them at least 20 times, to the point where I would not walk with my dogs or children on this side of the neighborhood,” neighbor Sarah Sanders told ABC13.

Williams told all stores that he was not reported by police or animal control, but did not confirm these details. ABC13 and Fox 5 received similar statements from animal control, who said they knew about the incident and were investigating. The Italian told Fox 5 that some of his dogs are worth $ 25,000.

The Redskins told ABC13 they had no comment on the matter.

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