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IRON RIDGE, Wis. — Taylor Becker,4, was with her parents visiting family friends when she was attacked by a 5-year-old Boxer named Rocky. She had been playing in the backyard of the home alone with the dog that was tied to a pole on a leash and chain. No one knows what happened to trigger Rocky, but investigators believe the dog slipped out of its leash and then attacked the girl. A neighbor saw the attack from the roadway and ran to the family’s front door, telling them to call 911. CPR was performed on Becker for nine minutes and emergency personnel worked on her for an hour, but Becker would die from blood loss. “She was bitten mutiple times. She did receive help fairly quickly, but these were non-survivable injuries. They were very severe injuries,” Dodge County Medical Examiner P.J. Schoebel said. No criminal charges are expected to be filed, and Rocky has been quarantined at the Dodge County Humane Society. The girl had been at the home before, and the couple who own Rocky have three children of their own so I wonder what the hell happened? They say that a chained dog is more likely to be more aggressive than one that isn’t, but this dog had no history of violence whatsoever. Regardless, sucks for both families. I’ve included a video that contains the 911 call made that day.

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