Family dog KILLED 6-week-old baby while sleeping in his crib


A 6-week-old baby was sleeping in his crib when he was mauled to death by the family’s dog

Six days after the husky attack, Ezra Mansoor succumbed to his injuries Thursday, May 30.

Ezra had been in the hospital in critical condition for nearly a week before he died.

Among his life-threatening injuries were a brain bleed and brain swelling.


The dog attack took the family by surprise as they had owned it for eight years.

It is said that it was a ‘completely unprovoked’ attack. The dog was one of two in the home, though neither had a history of aggression.

While little Ezra’s life was cut tragically short, his parents Mark and Chloe have decided to help other babies in need by donating his organs, according to an online fundraiser.

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‘Being his mom was the biggest honor and the best thing I’ve ever done,’ the infant’s grieving mother Chloe Mansoor told WVLT.

She continued, ‘Really don’t take anything for granted even if it’s a moment you’re annoyed in the moment or frustrated in. All of those little moments are still so amazing.’

‘Pray for all the family really, everyone loved him so much. I know everyone’s grieving right now, we’re grieving right now, and it’s going to be a lifelong process trying to work through this.’


The dog has since been taken to an animal shelter as the Knox County Sheriff’s Office investigates.

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