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Two pernicious pooches are in the doghouse after they were caught on surveillance cameras tearing apart cars at a dealership, causing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of damages.
The dealership, in Texas, US, was set upon by the dogs on November 3 and November 19, causing an estimated £317,000 ($400,000) hit to the luxury rides.
“You just never think a dog has the kind of power to tear up a car like that,” said sales manager Gaby Fakhoury.
Another employee believed that wolves — not dogs — had attacked the cars.
At least five cars were damaged in three separate overnight rampages this month, Fakhoury said.
“Nobody wants to leave their cars anymore. They want to make sure they get straight into the office,” she said. “They’re so scared.”
In surveillance footage, the dogs can be seen working together to rip off the bumper of one of the cars.
They are also seen ripping out car parts in a bid to find the cat.
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The dealership owners said they tried to contact the police and were told there was nothing that could be done, as the dogs hadn’t attacked humans.
However, the police did inform the dealership that they could sue the dog’s owners for damages to the cars.
The dealership said they were moving to a new location next month.
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