An aspiring model suffered facial injuries after a dog attack from trying to pet a stranger’s dog. Shannon Clark suffered gaping wounds to her mouth and chin after the dog turned on her without warning.
She was left with blood gushing down her face and jagged cuts piercing right through her mouth and chin after the attack near her home in June last year.
Shannon, who now has her own beloved dog, Tilly, feared at the time her injuries would never heal and that her career in modelling would be over.
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