A mom has reportedly been hospitalised after she was attacked by an American XL Bully whereas pushing her youngster in a pram.
The incident occurred in Askern, close to Doncaster, on Thursday 17 August, police mentioned, including the canine had been seized by officers.
The 28-year-old lady was taken to a close-by hospital, the place she stays in a secure however critical situation, South Yorkshire police mentioned.
The lady, who hasn’t been recognized by police, was pushing the pram when an unaccompanied canine, regarded as an American XL Bully, attacked her.
She reportedly suffered critical accidents to her arms.
An eyewitness described the “awful” scene, including the canine “was all over her and she was screaming”.
A spokesperson for South Yorkshire police advised The Mirror: “It is believed that the victim, a 28-year-old woman was walking her dog down the street, while pushing her child in a pram when she was approached by a loose dog.
“The dog, believed to be an XL Bully breed, is alleged to have caused serious injury to the woman’s arms. She has been taken to hospital by ambulance, where she remains in a stable but serious condition. Firearms and dog officers attended the scene and seized the dog.”
An eyewitness advised the Doncaster Free Press: “It was absolutely awful. The dog was all over her and she was screaming. It just kept going at her.”
Earlier this yr, a six-year-old boy was hospitalised with probably “life-changing” accidents after he was attacked by an American Staffordshire terrier in Highfields, Doncaster.
In March final yr, a new child child was mauled to dying by her mother and father’ Siberian Husky throughout an assault in woodland at Ostler’s Plantation close to Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire.
Her mother and father Vince King and Karen Alcock had been spared jail, as a decide at Lincoln Crown Court handed the pair suspended sentences.