As the two walked along the street, Keel said they came up on a make-shift shelter around 4:10 p.m. Friday. He said he called out to announce himself and his dog as they passed the structure, but two unleashed pit bulls came out charging toward them.
The larger one of the two pit bulls, named Blue G, went for Vvorra’s nose and then sunk its teeth into her right rear thigh. But the younger one, which was half the size of Blue G, did not bite Keel or Vvorra, who was on the leash, and seemed to be there for support, Keel said."
"Keel said Vvorra did not fight Blue G back, and he broke the two dogs apart as the owner of the biting dog, Latina Griffin, came out. He then rushed Vvorra to an emergency treatment center in the 2200 block of West Harrison Street."
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