The hairdresser plays with her client’s pit bull, the scene turns horrific

She patted the dog on her chest an hour before he attacked her in the face. The doctors recognized her nose, but confirm that she will be scarred for life.

A hairdresser who intervened in the home of a client ends up with his nose ripped off aftershe was attacked by a pit bullon March 17, 2022. The dog, which belongs to the client’s roommate, had not been aggressive at any time before his attack. Ashley Unger, 31, ended up with a severed nasal septum and cartilage and can no longer breathe through the nosereport it Mirror. Doctors say Ashley will need several reconstruction operations and that’she will be scarred for life. Apart from the huge scar on her face, Ashley suffers from post-traumatic syndrome.

Ashley says she was at her client’s home for about five hours the day of the sudden dog attack. She also confirms thatshe had hugged the dog. “ It was on my chest and i was cuddling him an hour before he attacked me“, she says. It was when she was about to leave through the front door of the house that the pitbull ran from the kitchen. The hairdresser crouched down to prevent him from going out.

The hairdresser’s nose, including flesh and bone, fell off her face

I didn’t touch it, Iwas about 30 cm from meI heard the meanest growl of my life“, she clarifies. “The next moment I had nose hanging down and I held my face. It was the worst pain I had ever felt.“Following the attack, Ashley screamed like she had never screamed in her life. Price The dog then let loose. “I screamed like my life depended on it, he broke away from me and then all I know ishe’s in the corner on the other side of the room, the client told me not to look, but of course I did, i saw a bone“, she says.

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The dog, which belongs to the client’s roommate, was not aggressive at any time.

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Ashley Unger, 31, was left with a severed nasal septum and cartilage and can no longer breathe through her nose, reports the Mirror.

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Ashley says she was at her client’s home for about five hours the day of the dog’s sudden attack.

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She also confirms that she had cuddled the dog.

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“He was on my chest and I was cuddling him for an hour before he attacked me,” she says.

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