Watch: Dog Bites Former Model In The Face – Who’s Fault Was It?

Written by K. Walker on August 20, 2018

The model was considering adopting this foster dog. She’s probably reconsidered that.

The incident occurred on August 7 in Arvada, Colorado.

The black and white husky was on a leash attached to the fenced of the patio at Rockabillies Bar and Grill. His owner was just a few feet away when the dog attacked.

The unidentified former model leaned her face in toward the dog and pet him. As she leans in again, the dog jumps up and bits her face.

The dog’s owner, who was sitting just feet away, was filmed jumping up to check on the woman.

As other patrons tended to the injured woman, the owner scrambled to collect her belongings and fled the restaurant with the dog.

The biggest concern for the woman that was bitten was whether or not the dog had rabies.

‘No one knows because they don’t know if the dog is up to date on shots,’ Jim Nigg said.

He added that they were told the dog was a foster animal.


The woman was taken to the hospital and treated for injuries to her eye and required plastic surgery on her face.

Doctors believe that she will regain sight in her injured eye.

Meanwhile, the owner of the dog turned herself in after she fled from the restaurant.’s, Editor-In-Chief, Doug Giles how-to book:

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