Police are warning dog owners to keep pets on leads in the countryside when near other animals.
It's following suspected dog attacks on two lambs in a field on the Thurot Cottage Road in Bride.
The lambs' injuries consist of bite marks to their front and back legs.
Officer said it happened some time between Thursday night and Friday morning and anyone who may have information should contact Ramsey Police Station on 812234.
Police posted online: "When walking your dog in countryside around animals, you must keep them under control and on a lead. It doesn't matter if you believe they are trained enough to respond to your commands, if they worry, injure or kill livestock there could be unfortunate consequences for them if they are caught in the act."