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You may remember me as a member on here over a year ago now. I wrote many reviews and made a great deal of freinds. On my return today I unfortunately have bad news, far from the humerous reviews before I wrote. Hope I have your support guys. xMy little girl aged three was being looked after by a neighbour while I went to work, which may I add was unpaid. I had only been there for two hours when I recieved a phonecall to say my daughter had been bitten by a dog.
I half expected her to have needed a tetanus and be sent home.On my arrival to the hospital my girl was clutching a towel to her face that was drenched in blood. . When she removed the towel I was horrified to find that her face had been torn from her mouth all the was to the cheek and just below the nose into her lip.
The woman who had been looking after her was crying told me it wasn't as bad as it looks and that she was upset that her dog may have to be put down. I asked her to then be removed from the room as I could understandably not face her or understand why she would support a dog over a child.my daughter was transferred to a a specialist hospital where after sitting there for six hours concious with her face open she was taken to theatre where she spent almost three hours having her face sewn back together
I must tell you that the police did attend the hospital to get a statement from me but when they found that my daughter had been bitten within the owners home they told me there was nothing they could do and left.My main concern after this was obviously my daughter.
after a further two operations we began to settle back into home life, try to get some normality back. I then found out only last week that the dog owner has kept the dog alive in her home where she lives with her twin daughters age three.I contacted solicitors, cab. police but they all told me the same thing... that legally she is allowed to keep the dog alive if she so wishes.
it is so unfair my daughter is scarred for life and that dog is allowed to run free and still to this day is allowed to run on the road and path when it needs the toilet.since writing this review and having my daughters face printed in the paper i have since found out that this is the second time this dog has bitten a child and as a registered childminder i feel this dog at the very least should be taken from the environment where children frequent or this women should lose her right to be a registered childminder while she continues to let this dog run around unmuzzled in her home, it has happened twice and i fear the next time the dog may take a small childs life. i hope it never comes to this though.
only living 2 roads down from us i feel the woman changing her route to walk the dog past our house letting it snarl and bark, which terrifies my baby, and to sneer when my daughter is so frightened she wets herself and is now having councilling is a cruel thing to do.I feel this dog should be put down and that any dog that bites a child who has been invited into it's home should be destroyed. I would love your views and suport on this
you can see the newspaper I printed my story in at www.batleytoday.co.ukI also have a petition up and running on www.gopetition.com, if you go to the saerch bit, type in Latitia it will give you access to our petition.
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