Dog: grandson leaves grandma alone with four shepherd dogs - it ends in a bloodbath

Bad scenes in Graz!

A grandson left his grandmother alone with his four shepherd dogs – with terrible consequences. The 70-year-old woman suffered life-threatening injuries.

Dog is said to have attacked grandma – emergency surgery!

According to the Austrian police, the incident happened on Tuesday afternoon (January 24) in Graz. The 26-year-old grandson had temporarily stayed with his grandmother, together with his four Belgian shepherd dogs.

Shortly before 1 p.m., the man left his grandmother alone with the dogs to get his car out of the garage. He kept two dogs in different rooms for the time being. But when he came back, a terrible picture presented itself to him!

Because just a few minutes later, his grandmother was lying in the apartment with serious injuries. The 26-year-old immediately rendered first aid and called an ambulance. The grandson told the police that the dogs apparently managed to open the doors of the rooms on their own. At least one of the dogs is said to have attacked the 70-year-old. Why? That is completely unclear. She suffered several bite and tear wounds, some massive, on her arms, shoulder and face.

dogs in bad condition

According to the police, the woman had to undergo emergency surgery for several hours during the night. The 70-year-old is now said to be in intensive care.

Meanwhile, the police took care of the animals in the apartment. Because the dogs were apparently neglected and emaciated, the officials brought in a veterinarian. He in turn made sure that the animals were taken care of. In addition to the four dogs, there were also three cats.


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The police are now investigating the 26-year-old on suspicion of negligent bodily harm and animal cruelty.

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J. A. Allen

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