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Ex-pat British grandmother, 67, dies after currently being savaged by stray pit bull she rescued in Spain

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Ex-pat British grandmother, 67, dies just after stray pit bull she rescued at her Spanish holiday household savaged her in horrific assault

  • Anne Shields, 67, died just after rescued pit bull Choccy out of the blue turned on her
  • She died in healthcare facility right after owning suffered ‘catastrophic’ head and arm injuries

A grandmother has died following she experienced ‘catastrophic’ injuries when the pit bull she experienced rescued abruptly turned on her.

Anne Shields, 67, was mauled by the puppy, which she referred to as Choccy, at her getaway residence in Spain. She experienced taken him in as a starving stray.

Her daughter instructed The Solar that Ms Shields in no way meant to maintain the puppy, but the regional animal shelters ended up full so she opted to treatment for him ‘until she observed someone who could consider him.’

The British ex-pat was reportedly an animal lover and ‘couldn’t bear the assumed of throwing Choccy back on the streets.’ 

Anne Shields, 67, (pictured) has died after she suffered 'catastrophic' injuries when the pit bull she had rescued suddenly turned on her

Anne Shields, 67, (pictured) has died just after she experienced ‘catastrophic’ accidents when the pit bull she experienced rescued abruptly turned on her

Ms Shields was attacked by the dog, which she called Choccy, at her holiday home in Spain. She had taken him in as a starving stray

Ms Shields was attacked by the doggy, which she identified as Choccy, at her holiday getaway residence in Spain. She had taken him in as a starving stray

Law enforcement were referred to as to Ms Shields’ dwelling in Macastre, in close proximity to Valencia, after neighbours claimed listening to her screams.

Officers shot the canine so the medics could access the pensioner who had suffered head and arm accidents.

Ms Shields was taken to clinic where she died the up coming working day. 

‘It’s a nightmare,’ her daughter Sarah, 43, mentioned of the attack. ‘She trapped with him and then this took place.’

Sarah stated her mom was ‘very caring’ and that her cherished types will ‘miss her so a great deal.’

Pit bulls are not banned in Spain like they are in the United kingdom. A license is essential to possess 1, however, as they are deemed ‘potentially hazardous.’

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