Published: June 7, 2009
Second dog in a week killed in cliff fall on Brean Down

A beach warden has repeated his warning for dog owners to keep their pets on leads while walking on Brean Down after the death of a second animal in just a week on Sunday (June 7th).

Pete Williams, pictured, was called to the southern side of the Down on Sunday afternoon when the pet, believed to be a black Scottie, plunged down the cliffs.

Mr Williams told "The dog was chasing a goat when it fell over the edge, close to where a Staffordshire Bull Terrier also fell to its death last weekend. Its owners were very shocked."

He added: "We always advise dog owners to keep their pets well away from cliff edges and to keep them on a lead if possible." was first to report a week ago how a Staffordshire Bull Terrier had been killed on the Down on May 30th, prompting a safety warning.

Pictured is Pete Williams pointing to the spot on the Down where the dog plunged to its death on Sunday


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