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Tot killed in dog attack pictured as family pay tribute to 'happy little boy'

The devastated family of a three-year-old boy killed by a dangerous dog have paid heartfelt tribute to their 'happy and caring' son.

Daniel John Twigg was attacked on Sunday afternoon outside a property on Carr Lane in Milnrow.

The toddler was rushed to hospital but tragically passed away a short time later, Manchester Evening News reports.

Now, his heartbroken family have paid tribute to their 'kind little boy'.

In a statement issued through police, they said: "Daniel was a happy, kind and caring little boy who was loved by all who knew him.

"He loved Paw Patrol and playing with his brother and sister, he also loved being around animals - especially his pony, Splash. He brought us many laughs and was a comical character.

"He was brave, intelligent and full of many characteristics. Daniel loved being with his whole family and will be missed by all. On behalf of our family, we ask people to respect our privacy."

Police today confirmed that a 48-year-old man had been arrested in connection with the incident after handing himself in. He was arrested under the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 and remains in custody.

The force has also revealed that a dog put down following the incident was a Cane Corso. Several other dogs have also been seized and enquiries in relation to them are ongoing.

Police said Daniel was outside his home with a number of dogs before the incident. He was found with serious injuries.

As part of a complex investigation, detectives say they are reviewing 'other incidents of note' and a referral has been made to the police watchdog due to 'previous contact' with Greater Manchester Police.

Detective Chief Inspector Gina Brennand, of GMP’s Major Incident Team, said: "I send my condolences to Daniel’s loved ones. This is

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