Monday, March 20, 2017

DURBAN SOUTH AFRICA - 2 PIT BULLS "RAN OUT OF NOWHERE" AND ATTACKED 2 WOMEN WALKING THEIR COCKER SPANIELS ON THE BEACH



UPDATE:  http://southlandssun.co.za/70958/missing-spaniel-beach-pitbull-attack-found-dead/


Two women from the South African coastal city of Durban were attacked by a pair of PIT BULLS. The Two women were walking their dogs on a Bluff beach when they were attacked by the Pit Bulls.
Debby Jessop-Hogg and another unnamed woman spent the night in a hospital and are now recovering from surgery. The two women were walking their spaniels on the beach in Durban on Friday Morning when the incident took place. The two pit bulls ran out of nowhere and attacked the two women and their dogs. One of the two dogs, named Abbi Gail, was bit on the lip by the pit bulls. Another dog, named Milli Mo, ran away after the incident and is still missing.
Debby’s sister, June Hessop, said that this has been a stressful situation for Debby and her family. Speaking with IOL, Debby said as follows:
“Everyone is still very stressed and tired and hot from the worry about my sister and from the search for the dog. Everyone is still out searching for Milli Mo and we hope to find her soon we would like people to keep an eye out for her.”
Ceron Lennox, a spokeswoman for Paramedics Rescue Care, gave details on the women’s injuries, saying that both women had sustained bites on their shins. Lennox added that the two women were first stabilized at the scene of the attack before being transported to a hospital. READ MORE HERE.....

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