Elderly woman attacked and wounded by two dogs


Police say an elderly woman was attacked and injured by two dogs around 9:50 a.m. Friday while walking along Brighton Road, St Michael.
The victim, 81-year-old Enid Small, is a Barbadian residing in Canada.
Neighbours in the area heard her cries for help, and rescued her from the two dogs, which have been identified as a Ridgeback and a Bull mastiff.
Small, who suffered injuries to her buttocks, right thigh and forearm, was transported to the state-run Queen Elizabeth Hospital by ambulance for medical attention.
Investigations are continuing.
(PR)

8 Responses to Elderly woman attacked and wounded by two dogs

  1. Hobbs Pauline
    Hobbs Pauline January 19, 2018 at 9:32 pm

    again

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  2. Marva Lashley-Todd
    Marva Lashley-Todd January 19, 2018 at 9:35 pm

    smh, not even to FMH? The owner would have to send me there

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  3. Sophia Cumberbatch
    Sophia Cumberbatch January 19, 2018 at 9:38 pm

    Bull mastiff Barbados Today

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  4. Rico Seale
    Rico Seale January 19, 2018 at 9:38 pm

    I feel sorry for her, butThank God its not a pitbull breed ,that poor breed been targeted enough

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  5. Cyrenia Williams Seale
    Cyrenia Williams Seale January 19, 2018 at 10:00 pm

    Again?

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  6. Maeanne Paris January 19, 2018 at 10:04 pm

    A travesty, what are these types of dogs doing unleashed! Horrors!! Makes u not want to go out! Stench, airborne diseases,
    Killings, high prices for food, very unnerving. A Canadian/Bajun here for a long stay, thinking of cutting it short.

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  7. luther thorne January 19, 2018 at 10:35 pm

    Even the dogs in Barbados getting ignorant /vicious and playing the arse. Has to be something in the air. One time dogs would have never attack a woman – true true true

    But here is the thing. The law provides for dogs to be on a lease and collar. Registered and Licenced. This dog owner must be charged by the Police.
    Barbados needs to enforce its Laws and stop pussyfooting…
    I can see a lot of jobs coming where these situations have to be policed and people punished. Lets clean up Barbados.

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  8. rubes January 20, 2018 at 6:48 am

    there were two bull mastiffs off leash on gibbs beach a week ago, they ran at my grandson almost knocked him down, the owner allowed them to defecate on the beach, (no attempt to pick up after them either). when confronted about why they were off leash he scoffed ” why should they be”. my response was they almost knocked down my 3yr old grand he said Almost and walked away

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