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The City of Stirling Council in Westminster, Perth grabbed the dogs shortly after the Saturday attack. Depicted: one of the dogs with his owner Ashlee as advice arrives to take it

Cruel pitbulls named Terra and Mia are confiscated by rangers after & # 39; tearing meat off a woman's leg & # 39; – while the pet's upset owner falls to tears

  • Pitbulls stalked the woman who walked home from the stores and attacked from behind
  • Woman with earphones was unaware of her danger until she was bitten
  • The tearing dog owner says that her soft pets had never attacked anyone
  • Angry neighbors say they have complained many times before the attack to guess
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City rangers have seized two pit bulls that stalked and attacked a woman as she walked home from the stores.

The City of Stirling Council in Westminster, Perth grabbed the dogs shortly after the Saturday attack.

A decision as to whether they will be euthanized will be taken by a magistrate this week.

Lodesworth Road residents heard a woman yelling at 3 p.m. when she was attacked from behind by the dogs who had escaped through an opening in a backyard gate.

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The woman, in her thirties, had earphones on when she was walking and had no idea that the pit bulls were there until they fell and tore meat off her leg.

The City of Stirling Council in Westminster, Perth grabbed the dogs shortly after the Saturday attack. Depicted: one of the dogs with his owner Ashlee as advice arrives to take it

The City of Stirling Council in Westminster, Perth grabbed the dogs shortly after the Saturday attack. Depicted: one of the dogs with his owner Ashlee as advice arrives to take it

The dogs, 2 and 4 years old, let her go when she slapped them in the face, Perth now reported.

Neighbors ran outside to find the injured woman on the street.

She was taken by ambulance to the Sir Charles Gairdner hospital, where she spent a stable condition on Saturday evening.

The dog's owner, a young woman named Ashlee, apologized to the victim while being interviewed by 7 News.

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& # 39; I'm so sorry, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; I tried to hit her (and let her) and talk to her, but then everything was just so chaotic – if I could do something to help. & # 39;

Ashlee said the two dogs, named Terra and Mia, were gentle and allowed children to ride & ride as if they were ponies & # 39; s & # 39; goods.

She choked back the tears because she said they were the only family she had, apart from her daughter.

& # 39; They are beautiful – they made me feel safe, & # 39; she said.

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& # 39; They are great dogs, this is just a real circumstance. & # 39;

Ashlee said the two dogs, which are normally chained, had never attacked anyone before.

But angry neighbors told reporters that they had been living in fear of the dogs for quite some time and had complained many times to advise before the attack.

A neighbor named Suzanne said she was being chased recently.

Others said that while walking to the stores they were diverted to avoid the dogs.

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A woman said the municipality would only take action after an attack.

& # 39; The counselors say they can't help it until someone is attacked, & # 39; she told 7News.

& # 39; Now someone has been attacked – hey – it has been long enough. & # 39;

The attack comes a week after another woman was viciously attacked by two large dogs in the Huntingdale suburb of Perth.

Isabelle Ward had knocked on the door to promote a grocery delivery service when she was attacked in the dark.

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She remembers seeing a woman holding two large dogs in one hand but unable to distinguish the breed.

Lodesworth Road in Westminster, Perth, close to the Saturday attack. Neighbors say they avoided the house and made long detours on their way to the shops to avoid the dogs. They say they complained earlier, but the council did not act

Lodesworth Road in Westminster, Perth, close to the Saturday attack. Neighbors say they avoided the house and made long detours on their way to the shops to avoid the dogs. They say they complained earlier, but the council did not act

Lodesworth Road in Westminster, Perth, close to the Saturday attack. Neighbors say they avoided the house and made long detours on their way to the shops to avoid the dogs. They say they complained earlier, but the council did not act

The first dog tore her legs and the second tore her ribs, causing wounds and serious puncture injuries.

Mrs. Ward said she was afraid she would die during the attack.

& # 39; One of the dogs was on the back of my legs and chewed on my legs, & # 39; she told 7News.

& # 39; I just remember that the dog's face came to me – then I kicked it away. & # 39;

A week after the attack, Ward was still struggling to walk.

From Saturday, the dogs remained free with city councilors from the city of Gosnells looking for them.

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