Woman, 25, chewed to death by her rescue dog that attacked her on her sleep

Woman, 25, chewed to death by her rescue dog that attacked her on her sleep

 Woman, 25, chewed to death by her rescue dog that attacked her on her sleep

 

A 25-year-old woman was savaged to death by her family's rescue dog after it reportedly chewed her arm off as she lay in bed.

 

Keira Ladlow, was alone at a house in the Kitts Green area of Birmingham, England, when she was attacked by the dog.

 

Police and paramedics were called to the property at 2pm Friday, Feb 5, after a relative raised the alarm and Ms Ladlow was pronounced dead at the scene.

 

Woman, 25, chewed to death by her rescue dog that attacked her on her sleep

 

Abeygail Barrett, believed to be a relative, posted on Facebook that Ms Ladlow had found the dog "in a garden".

 

She wrote: "Her previous dog was a pit bull that died of cancer so she rescued this dog after finding it in a garden where it had been on and off for four years.

 

"Sometimes dogs are rescued with all good intentions but their past can make them tragically unpredictable."

 

Woman, 25, chewed to death by her rescue dog that attacked her on her sleep

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A source also told the publication that Ms Ladlow was "screaming and shouting for help" and the bark from the dog was also "incredibly loud".

 

West Midlands Police said no one else was in the property at the time and the Staffordshire cross dog was handed over to officers to be put down. 



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  1. There is a surplus of articles written that tell the story of the infinitesimal amount of poorly fated and poorly handled rescue dogs and nothing to counterbalance this with the overwhelmingly large number of successful rescues. It is sensationalistic and cheap to portray these in such a light. As a counterbalance to that I am starting a space on Quora.com showing the positives as well as tips for rescuing safely and responsibly and will share that info with you as to how to access it very soon

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    1. I was literally thinking the same thing why the fuck did they put that it's a rescue dog? One thing to put "neglected stray" or "previous abused dog" but to just put "rescue dog" like as this obvious bait for people to think "OMG rescue dogs dangerous!" does a massive disservice to the already struggling world of pet rescue. Also I really have no idea how this happened I've never heard of a dog attacking someone in their sleep extremely unusual behavior. This on one story that while grim and tragic I'd be very curious to know more about.

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  2. If no one was at the property, how do they know what the woman was screaming or how loud the dog was barking? Also... she obviously wasn't sleeping as it reportedly chewed her arm off. Finally, no one was ever hurt, killed or attacked on their sleep. They might've been attacked IN their sleep, but never on. For the love of God, what qualifies a person to write these stories, a 1st grade education and an internet connection (with the education only being preferred,
    not required)? How do we know this story isn't completely invented by the author as he or she trudges through the narrative, straining to complete full sentences and use the appropriate puncuation?
    Real horror stories, as this purports to be (and it might be) involve real people with real names and real loved ones. On the surface, this little write-up reeks of doggy doo.

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