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Tiffany L Frangione: Houston woman dies after being mauled by her own dogs

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Tiffany L Frangione was trying to intervene in a fight between her dogs and that of her neighbor when the incident took place

A woman was found dead in her back yard after being mistreated by her two dogs while trying to end an argument with a neighbor’s dogs.

Tiffany L Frangione’s two dogs got into a fight with their neighbors’ dogs in their back yard last Friday, November 19, according to the authorities. Her pups turned on her when she tried to interfere and wounded her necks.

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Frangione has had both canine teeth since they were puppies, with Masha born at three weeks of age and Rachirius Maximus at nine months of age. The BARC Animal Shelter in Houston confirmed to KHOU11.com that the canines were involved in the horrific attack.

After the incident, Frangione’s husband turned them over to the shelter, and the shelter says they will be killed on Monday. Frangione was a devoted mother to her two pups who proudly posted photos of them on social media and even created Instagram profiles for both of them.

In 2019, she said she was “very happy” after Rachirius Maximus and Masha fathered puppies together, according to their social media posts. Rachirius Maximus was born in Dubai and was a security dog ​​according to a 2018 article by Frangione.

“I came all the way from Dubai to the United States with my two brothers,” she said in a photo of the pit bull. “I was tricked into guarding a sheikhs estate, but I found myself caught in a conflict between the job I was hired for and being kind and loving. I chose to give up my high-profile bodyguard past and mine To begin life by loving and protecting my new masters. ‘

Texas, and Houston in particular, is one of the worst places in the country for dog bites and fatal dog attacks. In August, two horrific dog attacks occurred within a few kilometers of Houston. A 12-year-old child suffered severe facial injuries after being mangled by a husky while getting off a school bus. In another incident, just hours before the child was injured, a 67-year-old man was severely attacked by two pit bulls while out for a morning walk. Between 2005 and 2017 there were 433 dog-related deaths in the United States, 62 of them in Texas alone.

According to attorney Brian White, who specializes in dog bite claims, from 2013 to 2016 an average of 1,671 dog attacks per year occurred in the unincorporated Harris County, where Houston is located.

With 85 dog attacks on postal workers in 2019, Houston is the worst city in the United States for dog attacks on postal workers. According to the United States Postal Service, Los Angeles ranked second with 74 assaults, while Chicago ranked third with 54.

Meanwhile, pit bulls remain the deadliest breed of dog in America, having been involved in 284 fatal attacks on humans between 2005 and 2017. Rottweiler, the second breed on the list, came in second at 45.

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