The huge dog attacked a three-year-old boy in a Stoke park (Picture: Getty/Google)A three-year-old boy was hospitalised after being mauled by an out-of-control French Mastiff.Get your need-to-know latest news, feel-good stories, analysis and more.
The poor dog was rushed to a vet for emergency treatment (Picture: SWNS) The animal, thought to be a mastiff, could hardly stand or walk (Picture: SWNS).‘I believe his owner deliberately decided to dump him and left him in such a weak and neglected state in the park at night.
Neo the Neapolitan Mastiff needed a face lift to remove excess skin that was stopping him from seeing and making eating tough (Picture: SWNS)Having a few wrinkles is no big deal.
A four-hour operation by the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Search and Rescue team helped bring the 3-year-old dog named Floyd to safety.A 190-pound mastiff named Floyd needed help from rescue workers after getting injured on a hiking trail in Salt Lake City.
Cheyenne McIntyre was shocked when she turned around and saw her dog, English Mastiff Dudley, sitting with his front legs twisted in front of him. ‘I think many just can’t work out how his legs are twisted like that.
(Picture: Dawid Andrzejczak/Triangle News) A woman brought her wedding forward by three months after she was told her Bullmastiff had terminal cancer. Bruce was diagnosed with cancer on 4th December, after Estelle came home from work and noticed his breathing was funny.
4. Pug Via iStock.com/Alexandr Zhenzhirov This toy breed has been around since before 400 B.C. and is a miniature of the mastiff-type dog. These seven dog breeds generally are considered to love their naps as much as their pet parents.
A young boy is recovering in hospital after he was mauled by a pet bull mastiff at a home in Perth.
Picture: Channel SevenSource:Channel 7Santamaria was taken to Royal Perth Hospital where he was treated for deep bite marks on his arms and injuries to his chest and face.Rangers from the Town of Victoria Park came to the property to collect the dog and are now investigating, according to The West Australian.