This shocking video shows a Staffordshire Bull Terrier on a woman's arm while trying to protect her dog from being attacked.
The CCTV images show that the attacking dog rushes towards the woman while walking with her own dog, which looks like a similar breed.
Terrified, Sue Ghizdeanu had to undergo an emergency operation, needed five stitches in her hand and will require more check-ups at the hospital after the dog bit her, which was out of control on Tuesday in Goole, near York. .
Terrified Sue Ghizdeanu needed an emergency operation and five points in her hand
Initially, the Bull Terrier is locked in a battle with Sue's dog, Tyson, but turns his attention to her while trying to separate the dogs in conflict.
Suel fights with the two dogs before a man runs, ripping the dogs from the reach of others.
Recalling the attack, which occurred in Goole, Sue said: "We are approaching Chinese food and the dog has just come to attack me."
He added that when he tried to prevent the dogs from fighting, he ended up with his hand in the Bull Terrier's mouth.
He is the owner of the attacking dog that can later be seen running towards Miss Ghizdeanu to control the Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
Sue said she has not heard anything yet from the owner of the dog that did not apologize at that time
"He managed to divide the dogs," said the 52-year-old man.
"Then he got his partner to take a bowl of water to wash his dog's face since there was a lot of blood in my hand.
"He did not apologize, however, I was disgusted."
An ambulance was called to the scene and Miss Ghizdeanu was taken to the Scunthorpe General Hospital, before being transferred to Hull Royal Infirmary for her operation. The 52 year old had to spend the night.
Miss Ghizdeanu says she has not heard anything from the dog owner yet.
The two dogs were finally forced by the other owner after Sue had been bitten
"To be honest, if that were me and it had been my dog that had bitten someone, I would have rejected it," he said.
A neighbor who witnessed the attack has already reported him to the Humberside Police.
Miss Ghizdeanu says that the attack has left her feeling cautious and fearful.
She said: "I'm not going to change the route that I walk to Tyson, but now I'm very worried when I go out."
Mr. Beal added: "I've been checking all the alleys to make sure it's okay for her to take Tyson."