Show Header_Juanita.jpg

Should dogs be banned from Bunnings after fatal attack?

Portrait of a ferocious american pitbull dog looking at camera and barking. Horizontal portrait of aggressive american stafford dog ready to attack. Studio photography from a DSLR camera. Sharp focus on eyes.

An unrestrained dog has attacked and killed a smaller dog at a Bunnings store in Brisbane on Sunday.
The fatal attack, witnessed by many horrified shoppers has prompted some to call for a change to Bunning's dog policy.

While Bunnings does allow dogs into stores, company policy stipulates the animals must be “friendly” and need to be secured safely in a vehicle or trolley, or on a lead and wearing a muzzle, or being carried.

Thousands of social media users are now questioning why dogs, other than assistance or guide animals, are allowed in stores.

What are your thoughts?