The world's biggest puppy - who weighs a whopping 12 stone and stands at a staggering six-foot-tall - has been bred to replicate an extinct ancient dog. At nine-months-old, enormous Euphrates eats an impressive eight cups of a dog food a day and plays with a piece of fence post. She is a new breed called the American Molossus, from the first litter of selective breeding to be the closest genetic descendant of the 5,000 BC Mesopotamian Molossus.
A six-year-old girl was left with a shattered jaw and horrific scarring after dogs mauled her face is learning to love herself thanks to selfies. Paige Woody watched in terror as two pit bulls grabbed her daughter by the face, tearing her skin and leaving her eye hanging from its socket. The 41-year-old threw herself over daughter Zoey, then five, as the dogs continued to ferociously snap. They also gnawed the back of the mum-of-three's head, damaged her knee and teared part of her ear off.
A dad was left blinded and looking like a 'zombie' after a serious allergic reaction to antibiotics. Josh Dennis, 38, had burns over 90% of his body, unable to move and nearly died after he was prescribed the medication for a staph infection in his jaw. His symptoms were caused by Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS) and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN) stemming from a serious reaction to the antibiotics.
@TheCaptainAidan - Hi Aidan, I’m a journalist for the US and UK press, I’m so sorry to be contacting you under these circumstances. Could you DM myself, we are just looking to report on this tragic event. I’m sending my most positive thoughts - Josh
@TheCaptainAidan - Hi Aidan, sorry to contact you at such an awful time. I am a reporter for the US and UK press and truly hope you are safe. Are you happy for us to use the images you took for the classroom? Thank you, Josh
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