Armed police had been deployed to Saumarez Park this afternoon after the Staffordshire Bull Terrier launched the assault.
Two canine had been taken to a vet, one with severe accidents, with the assault prompting the armed officers to attend following a number of 999 calls.
Officers took over from members of the general public who had been containing the canine, but it surely nonetheless behaved in a particularly aggressive method in response to a Guernsey Police assertion.
Guernsey’s States vet attended and on his recommendation authorisation was given to firearms officers to ‘dispatch the canine and neutralise the risk it posed’.
A Bailiwick Legislation Enforcement spokesman stated: ‘We’re establishing the circumstances round how the canine got here to be attacking individuals within the park. We’re liaising with the proprietor of the Staffordshire, and anybody with data is requested to contact us on 725111.
‘We want to commend the courageous actions of the general public who intervened by restraining the canine as emergency providers had been en route – their actions undoubtedly prevented additional damage.’