Updated October 09, 2018 01:13:08 Irish Examiner has identified a new breed of dog which may have caused more deaths than the Irish Furry.
An Irish Examiner investigation has found that the dogs are commonly referred to as “babes” and are extremely aggressive towards other dogs.
The Irish Examiner identified the breeds of dogs which have killed at least five people.
“Irish Examiner can confirm that the breed of dogs involved in at least one of the deaths is the Irish Fetish Dog,” an Irish Examiner spokesperson said.
“The breed of the Irish fetish dog has been classified as a ‘babecide’ breed, and this is the type of breed that has caused the deaths.”
The Irish Fetishees are believed to be responsible for at least two deaths.
The Herald Sun reported that two dogs were found dead in the woods near an abandoned dairy farm in Co Donegal, and two dogs, one male and one female, were found near the Co Donegagh home of one of their owners.
In an interview with the Herald Sun, the woman, who did not want to be identified, said the dogs “would run at the front door, chasing the kids and children and cats and they would come at us”.
The woman said she was scared to leave her house for fear of being attacked by the dogs.
“I can’t take my kids, I can’t go to the pub, they are everywhere,” she said.
Irish Examiner’s investigations revealed that a dog named Biscuit was killed on March 13, 2018.
Biscuits are commonly used in Ireland for “babies” and were bred in Ireland, but were imported into the United States.
Bishops’ Convent of St Columba was among the institutions that had Biscuites for their babies.
The Biscuity dog was also found dead.
The woman’s death is the second in a month.
In October, an Irish Fetisher named Jodie was found dead on the grounds of a nursing home in Co Tyrone.
It is not known if Jodies cause any injuries or deaths.
In April, the death of a baby Irish Fetishing dog was reported in Co Roscommon.
Irish Fetishers are thought to have caused four deaths in recent years.
A local farmer named Barry said that in October 2017 he found a dead dog on the property of a woman in a rural area in Co Antrim.
“It’s a beautiful, lovely dog.
I have seen a lot of dogs in the area and he’s one of them,” he said.