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Mother of a five-year-old boy whose face was ripped off by two rottweilers reveals that he is being taunted

A heartbroken mother of a five-year-old boy whose face was jerked off by two rottweilers has revealed how he is taunted by strangers and called a ‘monster’.

Ryder Wells was attacked by the two 100-pound dogs, he was only 21 months old and was left permanently deformed after 50 surgeries to reconstruct his face.

The traumatized boy lost his entire right cheek, the bottom of his eyelid, 75 percent of his lip, his teeth were shattered, and he had a broken arm and a puncture in his right lung.

During his speech, his 31-year-old mother Brittany, 31, shared how strangers made nasty comments about the youngster on the street, and he’s even been called a “ monster ” in the playground.

Ryder Wells was attacked by the two 100-pound dogs, he was only 21 months old and was left permanently deformed after 50 surgeries to reconstruct his face.

Ryder Wells was attacked by the two 100-pound dogs, he was only 21 months old and was left permanently deformed after 50 surgeries to reconstruct his face.

Ryder Wells was attacked by the two 100-pound dogs, he was only 21 months old and was left permanently deformed after 50 surgeries to reconstruct his face.

Ryder Wells was attacked by the two 100-pound dogs, he was only 21 months old and was left permanently deformed after 50 surgeries to reconstruct his face.

The traumatized boy lost his entire right cheek, the bottom of his eyelid, 75 percent of his lip, his teeth were broken, and he had a broken arm and a puncture in his right lung

The traumatized boy lost his entire right cheek, the bottom of his eyelid, 75 percent of his lip, his teeth were broken, and he had a broken arm and a puncture in his right lung

The traumatized boy lost his entire right cheek, the bottom of his eyelid, 75 percent of his lip, his teeth were broken, and he had a broken arm and a puncture in his right lung

The teaching assistant said, “It was terrible at first because even adults would stare. The first year, he had no face on one side because he had two unsuccessful skin transplants.

During his speech, his 31-year-old mother Brittany, 31, shared how strangers made nasty comments about the youngster on the street and he is even referred to as a 'monster' in the playground

During his speech, his 31-year-old mother Brittany, 31, shared how strangers made nasty comments about the youngster on the street and he is even referred to as a 'monster' in the playground

During his speech, his 31-year-old mother Brittany, 31, shared how strangers made nasty comments about the youngster on the street and he is even referred to as a ‘monster’ in the playground

“When we go to the park, there is a child who points at him and shouts” monster “before running away. Recently someone yelled “ew” at him.

“It’s hard and it breaks my heart as a parent that after everything he’s been through, people aren’t always nice about something he can’t help.

“But he’s such a fighter, he won’t let anything stop him.”

Ryder was attacked by a family friend’s rottweilers in 2015 and spent 14 hours in the operation after flying to the hospital.

Doctors warned Brittany to prepare for the worst, but despite the doctor’s expectations, Ryder defied the odds, learned to eat and drink, went to kindergarten and preschool.

The mother of two, from Granite Falls, North Carolina, said, “It was going so fast.

“We were having breakfast and Ryder was going back and forth to his toys and back for bacon, and then he disappeared.

The mother of two, from Granite Falls, North Carolina, said, “It was going so fast. We were having breakfast and Ryder was going back and forth to his toys and back for bacon before disappearing. I looked out the window and he was face down in the garden. He was wearing pajamas and it was completely ripped off, so he only had a sleeve on. When we picked it up and rolled it, his face was just gone. '

The mother of two, from Granite Falls, North Carolina, said, “It was going so fast. We were having breakfast and Ryder was going back and forth to his toys and back for bacon before disappearing. I looked out the window and he was face down in the garden. He was wearing pajamas and it was completely ripped off, so he only had a sleeve on. When we picked it up and rolled it, his face was just gone. '

The mother of two, from Granite Falls, North Carolina, said, “It was going so fast. We were having breakfast and Ryder was going back and forth to his toys and back for bacon before disappearing. I looked out the window and he was face down in the garden. He was wearing pajamas and it was completely ripped off, so he only had a sleeve on. When we picked it up and rolled it, his face was just gone. '

The mother of two, from Granite Falls, North Carolina, said, “It was going so fast. We were having breakfast and Ryder was going back and forth to his toys and back for bacon before disappearing. I looked out the window and he was face down in the garden. He was wearing pajamas and it was completely ripped off, so he only had a sleeve on. When we picked it up and rolled it, his face was just gone. '

The mother of two, from Granite Falls, North Carolina, said, “It was going so fast. We were having breakfast and Ryder was going back and forth to his toys and back for bacon before disappearing. I looked out the window and he was face down in the garden. He was wearing pajamas and it was completely ripped off, so he only had a sleeve on. When we picked it up and rolled it, his face was just gone. ‘

“I looked out the window and he was face down in the garden.

“He was wearing pajamas and it was completely ripped off, so he was only wearing a sleeve.

“When we picked it up and rolled it, his face was just gone.

“He had been with the dogs before and they had been well, so I don’t know what happened.

“The doctors said they would do what they could, but we didn’t expect him to make it.

“They said it’s a miracle he’s still there because he was so small and the injuries were so serious.

“He had to have a tracheostomy because of the leaky lung, and they thought the dogs had been bitten into his skull so far that he would become paralyzed.”

Ryder is expected to undergo further surgery until he is fully mature, including nose reconstruction and dental work to replace his shattered teeth.

Mother Brittany said, “He knows people talk about him, but he doesn’t say much.”

Brittany speaks out to raise awareness about the effects bullying can have on someone with a facial mutilation, as Ryder will start with first grade in September.

Brittany said: “He will never look the same and we face many obstacles”

She said, “He knows people talk about him, but he doesn’t say much.

“He wears glasses and a cap and sometimes hangs his head to hide his face.

“I try to deal with it better so that it doesn’t bother him that much.

“But I just tell him every day that he is beautiful, otherwise beautiful, and it’s okay to be different.

“I just reassure him as much as possible, but I’m absolutely terrified when he goes to school.

“There will always be a few kids who aren’t nice.

When he started kindergarten, the kids learned about Ryder before meeting him so they wouldn’t be so shocked.

“You always want your child to be accepted and fit.

“Just because he’s different doesn’t make him less of a person.”

The two dogs were taken away by animal control and placed the same day.

Brittany said, “He will never look the same and we are faced with many obstacles.

“The doctors said he would never be able to eat normally, he now only has eight teeth, but he eats everything.

Brittany speaks out to raise awareness about the effects bullying can have on someone with a facial mutilation, as Ryder starts with first grade in September

Brittany speaks out to raise awareness about the effects bullying can have on someone with a facial mutilation, as Ryder starts with first grade in September

Brittany speaks out to raise awareness about the effects bullying can have on someone with a facial mutilation, as Ryder starts with first grade in September

“He refused a puree diet and the special cup they gave him and learned to drink himself.

“It’s really adjusted.

“He has a great group of friends and people in town know him now, so that boosts his confidence.

“It’s amazing how he adjusted after what he’s been through.”

The family is now raising money for Ryder’s plastic surgery.

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