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Gold Coast family ravaged after young puppy eliminated at dog park

A family in Queensland were heartbroken after their five-month-old young puppy was whipped by another dog at an off-leash park.

Five- month-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Honey, was assaulted by another dog at an off-leash location atHinterland Regional Park

Her owner Ashleigh McDo nald informed 7News that Honey suffered comprehensive injuries. Her lungs were pierced and her chest was squashed.

By the time Ms McDo nald reached the emergency situation veterinarian center, Honey stopped breathing.

The five-month-old young puppy had actually been coping with the McDo nald family, while she was being trained to operate at an aged care center.

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Ashleigh stated Ms McDo nald was constantly caring and brought a smile to everybody’s face.

Pictured is five-month-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppy, Honey, was mauled at a park in Queensland. She died in the vet's driveway. Source: 7News
Five- month-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Honey, was whipped at a park inQueensland She died in the veterinarian’s driveway. Source: 7News

Dog attack was ‘really challenging’

Ashleigh’s daddy, Michael McDo nald, informed the Courier Mail she and Honey were at the park practicing the dog’s recall.

When they showed up, it was entirely empty, so Ashleigh was comfy with Honey being off-lead.

When another individual pertained to the fenced-off location with their dog, Ashleigh felt unpleasant and attempted to select Honey up.

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The other dog owner assured her their dog was fine. However, the other dog ultimately bit Honey, leading to her destructive injuries.

Pictured is Sharon, left, and Ashleigh McDonald, right, who was caring for Honey, the five-month-old puppy who was killed at a park.

Sharon, left, and Ashleigh McDo nald are ravaged by the deadly attack on their young puppyHoney Source: 7News

“The owners were saying that they were sure Honey was okay and not really injured, but she clearly was so Ashleigh called her mother and they went to the emergency vet but Honey died as they pulled into the driveway,” Mr McDo nald stated.

“To go through that must’ve been very confronting.”

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The family wasn’t simply weeping, however were “screaming in pain”, Mr McDo nald informed 7News, including something like this is not an occasion he wants anybody else to go through.

Gold Coast City Council validated to 7News it is examining the occurrence. The other dog or owner has actually not been recognized.

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Daniel Husband
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I'm the editor for Pet News 2Day. I also a dog groomer for almost 5 years plus work along side my wife with her dog walking business too so I really understand the pet industry.

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