Two in hospital and two injured following savage dog attack in Perth’s north

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Two dogs have sparked a series of savage attacks in the northern suburbs of Perth, leaving two neighbors in need of surgery and others injured.

Residents of two different streets in Quinns Rocks were terrorized by the dogs around 10.30am Wednesday, with some saying they feared for their lives.

Two men have since undergone surgery following the attacks.

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They remained at the Joondalup Health campus on Wednesday evening.

One of the men’s neighbors, Phillip Smith, also suffered deep cuts to his legs during Reign of Terror.

“The two dogs were tied to my legs and going wild and I feared for my life,” Mr Smith told 7NEWS.

“I feared for my life and panicked, I didn’t know what to do. . . we were looking for something to grab to hit the dogs but there was nothing there.

Two neighbors in north Perth have been hospitalized and two others injured after two dogs savagely attacked them.  Unknown
Camera iconTwo neighbors in north Perth have been hospitalized and two others injured after two dogs savagely attacked them. Unknown Credit: Unknown/7NEWS

Test blood scattered across Duncombe Grove was left behind following the grueling incident.

Rennie Pace resumed spraying Windex in dogs’ eyes to avoid being mutilated.

He then managed to scare the animals away using a wooden fence post.

“If I hadn’t had that spray, I think they would have had me,” Mr Pace said.

Two neighbors in north Perth have been hospitalized and two others injured after two dogs savagely attacked them.  Unknown
Camera iconTwo neighbors in northern Perth have been hospitalized and two others injured after two dogs savagely attacked them. Unknown Credit: Unknown/7NEWS

A total of three men and one woman were attacked by the dogs.

Wanneroo city rangers were able to capture them both before they could harm any more residents.

Rennie Pace managed to scare dogs away using a wooden fence post
Camera iconRennie Pace managed to scare dogs away using a wooden fence post Credit: Unknown/7NEWS

They are now investigating whether there are any owners and whether they will be put down.

“I don’t like to see dogs put down, but this pit bull that just went wild on me,” Mr Smith said.

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