Bull Terriers kill 14 lambs at Kadina High

DOMESTIC dogs have killed 14 lambs overnight at Goonellabah's Kadina High School.

A NSW Education Department Spokesman confirmed the lambs were killed by what is believed to be two pet bull terriers.

The school took to The Rivers Secondary College Kadina High Campus to announce the sickening news.

"Early this morning two domestic dogs managed to get into the school agriculture plot," the school posted.

"Unfortunately this led to the death of a number of animals.

"Council rangers and a vet have been at the school to look after the welfare of other animals on site.

"A timely reminder to ensure pets are secured to ensure their safety and the safely of others."



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