He has called the dog 'Sconehead' and found him a new home.The father-of-three the ECHO: 'My main care was for that dog. I was getting messages after the attack saying, "Do you know about this fella? I thought "I'm not having this."'I shut the shop and walked up there, knocked two or three times and I could hear the dog barking.Less than a day after his rescue, little Sconehead has transformed from a 'scared' dog into a 'chill lad' who is at home by Mr Lamb's side.
He said: 'I know the girl who is going to have him I wouldn't just give him to anyone.I have had that many people asking and saying "I will have him, I will have him" but this way I can see him every day.'I'm devastated.We didn't think we would get him.'Kerry said it was 'love at first sight' when she met Sconehead - although she says she will change his name and is thinking about calling him Mick after his rescuer.The moment was caught on video by one passer-by, and several others can be seen confronting the man and taking his picture as he shouts and swears.A Jack Russell brutally kicked across the head by its owner in the middle of a Liverpool street has been taken in by a kind father after he heard about the shocking attack.
In a horrifying video, a man is seen kicking his small brown-and-white dog in Toxteth, Liverpool, sending him flying into the air.The terrified animal appears to try to run away but is pulled back by his lead.But it has now emerged that the dog has been rescued by a father called Michael Lamb, who runs nearby Maggie's Farm Organics.'We are assisting Merseyside police in their investigations.We urge anyone who has any information to contact the police on 101, or the RSPCA's appeals line on 03.'Interim chief executive, Michael Ward said: 'Anyone who has seen this video will be as horrified as I was that someone could be so brutal to this poor dog.The only real requirements are that you are a JRTCA member and have a Jack Russell Terrier.