Veteran Attacked by a PITBULL
On Feb 09 2017 this veteran and mother of two was attacked by a Pit bull dog and severely wounded and has lost most use of her hand i am sending out this message to all who support the VETERANS PROJECT AND THE FAMILY ASSISTANCE CAMPAIGN,to lend a hand to this fine women and friend This is the callout, This is the call to the Patriots, To stand up for all the ones who’ve been thrown away, This is the call to all citizens, Stand up!
it was very early Feb. 9th just after the trash man emptied the trash. I put a leash on my dog trooper
They were fighting and I can see my dog was loosing, at same time I'm kicking hitting screaming for help trying to get the pit bull off of trooper. Some how the pit bull let go of trooper and latched on to my left hand, next thing I know trooper was laying there not moving and I'm being thrown around, shaken and dragged down the dirt road on the property. I remember thinking "i'm going to be without some fingers as this dog was shaking and dragging me". I was screaming at the top of my lungs for help, which seemed like forever when the owner of the pit bull, Bernard Wrigley finally came out grabbed the dog pulled her from my hand and proceeded to his vehicle throw his dog in and took off. Finally a friend who also lives on the property, Andrew who was naked and getting ready to take a shower said he herd screaming got dressed as fast as he could came out found me laying and bleeding and crying on the ground . He picked me up brought me back to my rv. My son Dakota, saw me first, he ran out to get that dog and called the ambulance . They showed up quickly along with animal control, code enforcement,fire Dept, and the police. I was taken to St. Mary's Hosp. In apple valley then sent by ambulance to the trauma center at arrowhead Hosp. In San Bernardino. Where I was treated for open fracture of two fingers and severe lacerations of my hand which should be visible from the pictures I have sent you.
Since the attack in Feb.2017, I have no feeling in my ring finger and it will not bend. My index finger is hard pressed against my middle finger so I cannot use it as I normally would prior to the attack.
The only fingers that well are my thumb and middle finger making it hard to grip or hold on to anything.
While being shaken and dragged down the dirt road my right shoulder was also damaged in the event by tearing my rotator cup. So now I can only use two fingers on my left hand and I can't hardly use my right arm at all. I need assistance to do basic things like putting on or taking off my bra. Washing dishes is very hard because I can't grab anything good enough to manage.
Trooper has healed nicely however he's not as outgoing as he was and seems to be very cautious about going outside. Where as before he'd be the first to go out the door grab a ball and want to play. I can see he is afraid but his name fits him well, he tries his best and still gives 100% of his love. He is a very good dog, I'm glad he's still with us to give us his love and our love back to him.
she has limited funds and lives on her veterans retirement of 1000 a month and if you live in california or anywhere else for that matter that does not give much lead way for such things like this getting to and from the VA in loma linda Cali is a ride for her and it takes fuel funds she does not have so fare we have been providing as much as we can but its not enough to get her the true help and resources this fine women needs if there is any more questions I can answer please feel free to contact me @442-257-6553
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