A woman from Dorset has been taken to hospital after she was severely bitten by a dog.
The victim was walking her dog at St Catherine's Hill in Christchurch and saw a man walking a large dog ahead of them.
As they passed the dog jumped up and bit the woman on the arm.
The 67-year-old woman from Bournemouth sustained a severe arm injury that required hospital treatment.
This unprovoked attack left the victim very distressed and requiring medical attention. I’m appealing for the owner of the offending dog, so we can ascertain exactly what happened. He is described as white, approximately five feet six inches tall, of big build and in his fifties. He is balding but with grey hair, clean shaven and was wearing a dark blue jacket. His dog has been described as a large, stocky, full grown dog with the face of an English Bull Terrier but with a larger body."
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