After being attacked 25 times by her American Bully dog, the owner insists the breed is not dangerous and continues to live with it with her three young children.
Chase, Stephanie Jones’ six-month-old Bully dog, assaulted her. The dog was put to sleep after the attack.
The 32-year-old mother was brought to the hospital, where she contracted cellulitis and had parts of her arms removed.
But she claims judging all Bullies because of the action of one is wrong.
Stephanie, from near Swansea, South Wales, bought the dog for £3,000.
Months after buying the dog, it attacked the family’s Caviler King Charles Spaniel, Lola, and the two dogs were kept apart from them.
Not long after, it attacked Stephanie’s other Bully, Cookie, who was around 18-months at the time, in front of her kids, who are aged four, five and seven.
Stephanie stepped in and grabbed his collar.
She told the Mirror: “He went mad, he’s bitten me 25 times on my arms. He put me in hospital and I had both my arms flushed out then I caught cellulitis in hospital as well.”
But Stephanie said her other American Bully Cookie had only been interested in protecting the children during the attack and got between them and the aggressive dog.