Old Marston parish councillor and local resident Tony Greenfield said he thought security fencing should be installed around the site to prevent further damage.
He said: "There has been no security fencing placed around the site and it is now a dangerous place for the local youngsters who play in and around it.
Anyone who has information regarding the incident or the owner of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier is asked to contact PCSO Candy Jackson at Bourne Hill Police Station on 101.
The terrier really gave it his all as he dashed through the course, disregarding his handler Karen’s instructions, instead doing whatever he pleased.
Olly’s memorable performance included a faceplant as he tripped over a barrier and an ill-timed jump.
The pooch even took a moment out of his performance to sniff out a corner of the competition space.
"This once fine hostelry is turning into a derelict eyesore and a sad place - it's an ideal drug den in the making." The future of the site is still hanging in the balance after an application to build flats was submitted at the end of last year.“The dog started pulling to get across to us and we still stood where we were.” The dog then slipped out of its collar and ran for Badger. The people had only had the dog for two weeks after they had rehomed it.” The Friends’ other dog, Frank the retreiver, was quickly moved away, but Badger was left with fatal injuries. Police say the incident was reported to them at 1.44pm on Sunday, but no arrests have been made and no criminal offences have been reported. Terms of Comments We do not actively moderate, monitor or edit contributions to the reader comments but we may intervene and take such action as we think necessary, please click here for our house rules.Mrs Simon said: “He just picked our dog up and he was just swinging him round. “The young boy must have phoned his mum who came with a choke collar. “I was driven to the vets in Ashford by a wonderful man who lives in Greatstone while my husband stayed with our other dog waiting for the police. If you have any concerns over the contents on our site, please either register those concerns using the report abuse button, contact us here, email [email protected] or call 01634 227989.But residents belonging to the Save the Jack Russell pub campaign still say the development would be "devastating" for local people and want to see a community building installed instead.City councillor Mick Haines, who started the campaign, said: "I want to know what's being done and what steps are going to be taken to stop it from happening again.