Emma Heslop was left terrified during a stroll in the countryside after angry land owners 'dognapped' her pets.
Emma was walking her three dogs - an English springer spaniel and two Hungarian wirehaired vizslas - on a public footpath in a field near Richmond in North Yorkshire.
The 35-year-old says she had one of the vizslas, Drummer, on a lead with the other two walking to heel when a man demanded she put all of her dogs on leads.
When she refused she says the land owner threatened to shoot the dogs before his wife arrived in a 4x4 and forcibly took one of the dogs away from her.
The landowners, who have said they saw the dogs as a threat to their livestock, managed to get hold of Miss Heslop's springer spaniel, Isla, and put her in the vehicle, before getting hold of and walking away with Drummer.
It wasn't until the police arrived around 15 minutes later that the landowners agreed to free the dogs.