Hi all, Thought I would start a thread about this as we go to Wanstead Park, next to the golf club, regularly and want it to be a safe place for all dogs and families. We’ve heard from other owners about their dogs being attacked, some people put A4 print outs on a tree next to the gate to warn other dog owners. ManAndHisDog were out for their regular Sunday walk when 3 people and 3 dogs approached - perfectly normal. HisDog was busy eating a stick when 2 of the other dogs came to say Hi and have a bum-sniff, again no problemo. Out of nowhere this Brown and white Boston Terrier grabs HisDog by the throat and HisDog can’t do anything as he was pinned on all sides. I went in and lifted HisDog by the harness and asked the woman to get her dog on the lead. She couldn’t be bothered and claimed it was all my fault. Her 2 friends and their dogs were a bit shocked. Forward to today and we’re out again for a walk. From up ahead, about 20-30 metres, we see the woman and her Boston Terrier so we go to get the lead on HisDog. Before I could blink the Boston Terrier was at HisDog, and without stopping to check each other out it went for HisDog’s throat again. Luckily HisDog wasn’t outnumbered this time and managed to hold his own until ManAnd arrived to airlift him out of danger. This time I reminded the woman that this was the second time her dog had done this and she needs to be in control of her animal. Blasé as, she says “Your dog attacked mine.” The man who was with her looked shocked and I think he realised their dog did the attacking. I was fuming as this could quite easily have been a child and not my dog (although it was bad enough being my dog). I told her that if I see her dog off the lead in the park again I’ll have to inform the police that she’s putting other people’s dogs and possibly children at risk. If you do have a similar incident please share it on here, and, if you can post pictures of the attacking dog and their owner we can all try to have a safe and enjoyable walk!