A pack of seven dogs attacked a Texoma woman this past Thursday and the owner of the animals had them put down. Garcia was 52-years-old.
One of the dogs was shot and killed by police at the scene when it charged at an officer.
The rest of the pets, which were predominantly a standard dachshund breed, were taken to Ardmore Animal Shelter where they were later euthanised, KTEN reported.
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Authorities are investigating whether criminal charges should be filed after an Oklahoma woman was mauled to death by seven small dogs, a lot of them possibly a dachshund-terrier mix. All dogs reached no higher than the knee, and weighed no more than 15 kilograms.
Dinwiddie says the dogs were infested with fleas and ticks but didn't have any other visible health concerns.
According to local news reports, police are investigating whether criminal charges against the dogs' owner are in order. The mother-of-two, who worked as a housekeeper, later died of her injuries.
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"This is a bad situation, a very unfortunate situation", Bryant said. "This is just a bad deal all the way around".
As far as charges go, Bryant says the investigation is on-going and the district attorney has been contacted. It looks like the dogs belonged to Garcia's neighbor, but vets said the animals have clearly been living outside for quite some time. Three of them were female, remaining four were male. Because all the dogs and the victim are deceased, they were not tested for rabies. "Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of the victims", he added.
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