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01 February 2012 :: 08:02:21 am 61675

Pattaya Pitbull Co-owner Severely Bitten & Sent To Hospital

An American Pitbull terrier bites its co-owner viciously as she returns home. The large canine attacks the female co-owner and bit her upper body. The severely bitten woman is admitted to Banglamung hospital. She assumes that the dog might have been stressed because her foreign husband who usually look after the pitbull was not at home.
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Pattaya (January 29, 2012) [Pattaya Daily News]; The rescue officer at Sawangboribulthammasathan Pattaya Foundation was notified about a woman bitten by a pitbull at 53/3 Soi South Pattaya 10 Moo 10 Banglamung, Chonburi province.

At the incident, a single story house, the rescue team finds Ms. Siriporn Promboot age 26, the house owner severely bitten by a male American pittbull aged 3 years. The rescue team provided first aid and the woman was sent to to Banglamung hospital.

Upon investigation Ms. Siriporn Promboot, the injured, said that the American pit bull named ” Terria”, which her husband usually looks after was alone with her because her husband was overseas since January 25. Earlier Ms. Siriporn went out to have drinks with her friends. When she came back home, the dog ran up to her and barked. She yelled to dog to stop barking but the dog attacked her and she fell to the ground and the pit bull bit her fingers, neck and shoulder.

She tried to escape and called her friends for assistance who alerted the rescue team.

Ms Siriporn assumes that this happened because her husband who usually takes cares and plays with the dog was not home so the pit bull got stressed. She added, it might have also been be because the dog smelled alcohol and other smells from her clothes.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Community News

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