In a grisly attack, a woman was mauled to death by her pet dogs. The body of 22-year-old Bethany Lynn Stephens was found by her father. He went to look for her in woods where she often walked her pet pit bulls Tonka and Pac man. He called the emergency services and told them that two dogs were near her and guarding her body. The Sheriff of Goochland County said that the cause of the death was “consistent with being mauled by these dogs”. Watch Video of Pet Rottweiler dog that killed and ate caretaker’s body in Panipat: Man-eater dog now fears humans!

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Reportedly, the medical examiner said that Stephens had defensive wounds on her hands and arms and the reports also claimed that she was alive when the animals attacked. The post-mortem reports revealed that the first traumatic injury was on her throat and face and the report also revealed that there were no strangulation marks on the body. The police ruled out the case of homicide but the final reports of toxicology will lead to a determination. The Sheriff said: “It was an absolutely grisly mauling. In my 40 years of law enforcement, I’ve never seen anything quite like it. I hope I never see anything like it again.” Shocking! Pitbull dog kills his owner; the banned breed beheads the master

Reportedly, Stephens’ friends said that they didn’t believe the same as she had raised them since they were puppies. Her friend told WRIC: “I wasn’t able to see the body, so I can’t tell you what happened. I can’t tell you if it was a blunt force or if it was a mauling, but I know those dogs didn’t do it.” Her some friends have revealed that Stephens had received death threats before her the tragedy and that’s why they questioned the cause of the death. Now meanwhile the sheriff’s office is working to have the pet dogs euthanized. What are your views on the same? Let us know in the comments below.