More bizarre Facebook posts dedicated to her beloved Rottweilers have emerged after a young Perth woman was savagely mauled by one of her pets in a horrific attack.
Nikita Piil, 31, was rushed to Royal Perth Hospital with serious injuries to her arms and legs shortly before 5pm on Saturday after being attacked by her pets.
She was violently attacked by her two Rottweilers, seven-year-old Bronx and four-year-old Harlem, at her Success home on the city’s south side.
Police arrived at least 10 minutes after neighbors first heard Ms. Piil’s screams and officers shot Bronx. The dog was then euthanized by a veterinarian.
Harlem was taken to a local pound where he remains while the investigation into the attack continues.
Ms Piil remains in a serious but stable condition after suffering significant blood loss as doctors desperately try to save her arm.
Ms Piil’s Facebook posts dedicated to her beloved Rottweilers resurfaced and have since been the target of online trolls.
Nikita Piil’s Facebook page was dedicated to her two Rottweilers. She is pictured with one of her beloved pets
Her Facebook is full of photos of her Rottweilers, including one of the dogs sitting next to the dug-out artificial turf.
“My babies,” Ms Piil captioned the photo alongside a black heart in 2020
In June, she captioned a photo of her dogs relaxing on the couch.
“My little kangaroo,” she wrote.
A few days later, Mr. Piil shared a video on Facebook of a breeder with Rottweiler puppies ready for rehoming.
“I want them all. Always raising the most beautiful babies,” she captioned the video.
Nikita Piil described one of her Rottweilers as “my little kangaroo” just three months ago.
A recent photo posted on Facebook shows one of Nikita Piil’s dogs relaxing on the couch
Ms Piil got Bronx as a puppy in September 2016 and couldn’t wait to bring him home and show him off on Facebook.
“Baby Bronx is finally home!” So in love with this little sleepy one. Life is complete. #Rottweilerpuppy #mummysboy,” she captioned a photo of the sleeping pup.
Mr. Piil paid tribute to the Bronx on its first anniversary a year later.
“I couldn’t ask for a more amazing, cheeky, loyal, intelligent and protective little companion.” You are my whole world,” she captioned a photo of the Bronx at the beach.
The famous dog lover also had a sign on her door that read: “Beware of the Rottweiler.”
It is still unclear what caused the dogs to attack their owner.
Since the nightmarish attack, Ms. Piil and the breeder who sold the Bronx have faced cruel criticism online.
Seven years after she got Bronx as a puppy, she was shot and killed by police and then euthanized after the dog attacked her.
Pictured is the Bronx when Nikita got him as a puppy in 2016.
Nikita Piil (pictured cuddling a Rottweiler) suffered serious bites and significant blood loss after her two Rottweilers attacked her on Saturday.
Seven-year-old Bronx was shot dead by police to stop the attack while four-year-old Harlem awaits his fate at a local pound (pictured, both dogs together)
The breeder who sold Bronx to Ms Piil broke her silence this week to say she knew the dog was “placid” and believes the owner’s actions must have triggered the attack.
The breeder, who wishes to remain anonymous, said Bronx came from a family of show dogs and was known for being a “placid” puppy.
“It’s unlikely that a Rottweiler would attack someone for no reason,” she said. The West Tuesday.
“In this case there must have been a fight between the two dogs and I feel like maybe the owner got involved in trying to separate the dogs and somehow got involved. another placed between the two.”
“Seeing two dogs fighting is traumatic for any owner. Especially when trying to separate them on your own.
Ms Piil (pictured) remains in serious but stable condition in hospital
The breeder also hit back at claims that the Bronx was bred for violence.
“We don’t breed dogs for fighting. We do not breed dogs for safety reasons. We breed them primarily for exhibition and to place in family units,” she said.
“This dog’s bloodlines come from show bloodlines, so they are absolutely not known to (attack).”
She added that online trolls accusing Ms Piil of neglecting the dogs were wrong, saying both dogs were “very well looked after and very loved”.
Neighbor Bryn Spencer said he and another nearby resident heard Ms Piil’s screams several minutes before trying to interrupt the attack.
However, the two men could not access his garden without putting themselves in danger.
“I was hearing ‘help, help, please help!'” Mr Spencer said. Nine news
“I was considering jumping the fence and going in to try and save her but, obviously, there were two Rottweilers in there.”
“I didn’t have a knife, I didn’t have anything really good to take out that dog.
“I only had one bat. All I could really do was watch this girl get mauled while I hit the fence.
Neighbors tried to bang Ms Piil’s fence and use a garden hose to distract the attacking dogs (pictured, emergency services outside Ms Piil’s home on Saturday)
Mrs. Piil was a dog lover and had a sign on her door that read, “Beware of the Rottweiler.”
Another neighbor threw a garden hose at one of the dogs, which managed to distract it momentarily.
“The dog stopped for a moment and was looking at me to decide what to do next,” Mr Spencer said.
“I kept yelling at him and slamming the fence and then he decided, ‘Get drunk’ and he grabbed the girl and dragged her behind the back corner.
Police attempted to use a Taser gun in the Bronx but were unsuccessful and were forced to shoot the dog in a desperate attempt to stop the attack, with Ms Piil’s life in danger.
Bronx was later euthanized while Harlem remains in the care of park rangers.
“The dog will remain at the facility until investigations into the incident are finalized,” said Michael Emery, manager of community safety and ranger services for the Town of Cockburn.
Western Australia Premier Roger Cook has called for an investigation into the circumstances leading to the horrific attack.
Ms Piil’s Facebook page was largely dedicated to her two Rottweilers (above), with the 31-year-old describing the Bronx as “amazing, cheeky, loyal, intelligent and protective”.