A woman has shared gruesome photos showing the aftermath of a cruel assault in which her dog was killed in a public park.
The dachshund of Kashila Chintamunnee, named Coco, escaped Wednesday morning from their home in Pakenham, southeast of Melbourne and started fighting a Staffordshire bull terrier in the adjacent park.
While the exact circumstances of terrifying events are disputed, Coco died in the fight and horrific images show the face and front legs of the Staffy covered in blood.
Kashila Chintamunnee placed images of her covered in blood from trying to save her dog
Kashila Chintamunnee (photo) ran her dachshund named Coco on Wednesday morning in Pakenham, southeast of Melbourne
Mrs. Chintamunnee was shown with blood all over the front of her body after trying in vain to rescue the dachshund.
& # 39; Hello girls, someone knows this lady from Pakenham, her dog killed my dog today at 11 am and ran away & she said on Facebook.
& # 39; The photo of the black dachshund lying under the blanket is my poor little Coco. & # 39;
Mrs. Chintamunnee told the Cranbourne Leader that her dog had the staff & # 39; sniffed & # 39; when it escaped from her house.
& # 39; My father opened our gate and Coco ran out and sniffed the other dog … and he started lugging my dog, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; The dog was bitten too deep in Coco & # 39; s main vessel because he had lost so much blood – I was soaked in his blood, there was so much. & # 39;
She ran her dog to two nearby vets who were both closed and Coco died before she had the chance to get into a third vet.
& # 39; This dog should not be on the street, & # 39; said Mrs. Chintamunnee.
But the staff owner, Claudia Harrison, said the Facebook post didn't tell the whole story.
Mrs. Harrison told Daily Mail Australia that she was going for a walk with her six-year-old son when three dogs approached them.
Mrs. Chintamunnee & # 39; s dog Coco (photo) died as a result of his cruel injuries
Vicious scenes like dog's blood are seen everywhere on the path as a result of the attack
& # 39; There is a sign saying that dogs must be on a lead, but suddenly I heard dogs barking from behind, & # 39; she said.
Three dogs approached Mrs. Harrison, with a large dog barking at her son, while the two smaller dogs approached her Staffy.
& # 39; The other smaller dogs approached my dog and they kept breaking him, that was when he caught one of them and I couldn't get him off, & # 39; said Mrs. Harrison.
& # 39; No one was there, I tried to take the dog off. & # 39;
Mrs. Harrison tried to call someone to help her when she saw a car coming across the street.
& # 39; The owners did not know that the dogs had gotten out and I told them to get a bucket of water because I couldn't get my dog out (the other dog), & # 39; she said.
& # 39; Here I took care of my son … he was a little more important than the dog mine I was targeting.
& # 39; When it was all over, the owner said he was opening the garage door and said he was sorry. & # 39;
Staffy owner, Claudia Harrison (photo), said the Facebook post didn't reveal the whole story
Mrs. Harrison told Daily Mail Australia that she was taking her dog for a walk with her six-year-old son when three dogs followed her (pictured with her husband, Paki)
The mother said she only wanted to protect her son, which she told Mrs. Chintamunnee when they took a picture of her and the bloody dog.
& # 39; They said I was running away, but I had to take my son home and I didn't know what to do – they didn't ask about my son or something, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; They left the garage open, but I was the bad guy and I was the one with my dog in the lead. & # 39;
Mrs. Harrison said she was distraught about what had happened and felt sorry for the owner of the Daschund.
& # 39; I'm sorry, but at the same time I didn't know what to do, how should I protect my son and my dog? & # 39; she said.
Mrs. Chintamunnee fought back and said the attacking dog had no scratch.
& # 39; I have neighbors who have witnessed the whole thing, & # 39; she said at her post.
& # 39; She released her bloody dog and watched it all happen. I had to deduct her dog from me and there are enough witnesses to support this & # 39;
Daily Mail Australia contacted Cardinia Shire Council and Mrs. Chintamunnee for comments.
Mrs. Chintamunnee is also depicted with blood all over the front of her body as she tried to save the Daschund
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