she can and will most likely deny it but that does not stop anyone from filing a police report. The reason one should file a police report even without concrete proof is, if it happens again and someone else also files a police report , well then you have 2 reports. You now have a paper trail.
A paper trail, sure. Just a trail of one person accusing another without any evidence. the police require things like actual evidence, not just "I think this person did something".
the vet can indeed say what he thought that it appeared to dog was possibly poisoned.
Yes. He can. He will also have to say he has no proof of poison except the initial accusation, also, by the way, without any proof.
what on earth would make you attack the poster and say "his web of lies". He has a dog that is most like being poisoned by someone next door to him and he has a small child who could indeed eat the poison that is being thrown out.
Because if someone told the police that without any proof and they investigated, you would either had to admit you had none or create a web of lies. that's not an attack, it's just the two routes you would have to go.
so what if she denies it, it is still on record at the police dept. so if it happens again, the police will take a much more serious look at her.
that's a great idea. file a police report to get them to investigate someone without any proof whatsoever. How about be responsible and, I dunno, get some? like the poison or use a cheap camera to record the area to see if you can catch her or keep an eye out the window rather than just run around telling people she is poisoning your dog? With no proof that's shaping up for a fine case of slander (and possibly libel if you ever print it out).