Jogger and her beloved pet & # 39; Mouse & # 39; are malignantly torn by a bunch of crazy dogs while she was on the road for a run
- A jogger and her dog were attacked and torn apart by a package of five viscous dogs
- Larissa Corboy was jogging with her dog mouse when they came across the backpack
- Before she knew what was happening, the dogs panicked her and her dog
- both survived the brutal attack but required surgery to repair their wounds
A jogger has shared shocking images of her injuries after she and her dog & # 39; Mouse & # 39; were malignantly torn by a group of five dogs on the southern island of New Zealand.
Larissa Corboy walked with Mouse near Canterbury when the peloton of four pit bulls and a mastiff attacked on Tuesday Newshub reported.
& # 39; Seriously, no, since when did it start running an extreme sport!? & # 39; Mrs. Corboy wrote on her Facebook page.
Larissa Corboy walked Mouse near Canterbury when the set of four pit bulls and a mastiff attacked on Tuesday
Both Mrs. Corboy and her dog mouse (photo) had ripped off pieces of meat from their bodies after being attacked by the dogs.
& # 39; Seeing a poor mouse torn apart by five dogs is not an image that I would like to see again. & # 39;
Mrs. Corboy jogged down a quiet street when she turned a corner and was confronted with the group of dogs.
Two of the dogs went straight for Mouse and a little bit for Corboy & # 39; s rear.
Mrs. Corboy managed to fend off a dog and tried to pull the others off the mouse, but a little her ankle and she fell to the floor.
The owner of the five dogs came running and tried to help.
Mrs. Corboy jogged down a quiet street when she turned a corner and was confronted with the group of dogs
Mrs. Corboy said the mouse had to be operated on after it was attacked by the couple of dogs
& # 39; I'm just incredibly pissed off that this stupid p **** could make something like that happen and seriously fight for justice in this case! & # 39; she said.
& # 39; He was lucky that someone suitable and capable of it happened and not someone's children or rider on a horse. & # 39;
Both Mrs. Corboy and Mouse needed extensive medical attention.
Mrs. Corboy had ripped off fragments of her legs and hand and needed surgery. While the mouse, which was covered with blood and bites, also needed surgery.
& # 39; We are both a bit worse for wear … but it could have been a lot worse & # 39 ;, Corboy said.
& # 39; He is clearly a bit harder than I thought, although I can imagine that he will now be afraid of his own shadow for a while. & # 39;
Both Mrs. Corboy (left) and Muis (right) had to undergo surgery to repair the wounds they had sustained, but they are both working on a healthy recovery
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