Little girl rushed to hospital after Gold Coast dog attack

A young girl has been hospitalised after being attacked by a dog on the northern Gold Coast.

It happened at a home in Pimpama around 8.00pm on Friday.

A Queensland Ambulance spokesperson told myGC the child suffered “multiple puncture wounds” to her arms, leg and chest.


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She was treated at the scene by paramedics before being taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital, where she remains in a stable condition.

The breed of dog involved has not been revealed.

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Be a pitbull, easy

You might automatically assume that the breed is a pitbull or similar known ‘dangerous’ breed. But, a quick google of dog attacks demonstrates that ALL dog bite. The dog that bit a little girl in a Bunnings, shortly after that store chain opened its doors to dogs was a Jack Russell terrier. The dog lover in the USA that was killed by her “children” (dogs) was killed by a French bulldog.
Dogs treated like they aren’t animals seem more likely to attack than dogs that are treated like dogs. Treat a dog like it’s equal to humans won’t make the dog think it’s human. It will make the dog think that humans are dogs.

Check the stats. Pitbull bans save lives/limbs wherever they are implemented. FACT! Do your research…