Lindsey Vonn reveals her two dogs were quilled in face by porcupine: 'My boys ...

Lindsey Vonn reveals her two dogs were quilled in the face by porcupine: 'My boys got into some trouble over the weekend'

By Justin Enriquez and Kelby Vera For Dailymail.com

Published: 17:44 BST, 22 September 2020 | Updated: 17:44 BST, 22 September 2020

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Lindsey Vonn has revealed two of her dogs were quilled in the face by a porcupine.

The 35-year-old skiing world champion took to Instagram on Tuesday morning to share a sad gallery of two of her dogs the large, stiff hairs stuck all over their snouts.

Luckily the two pups are recovering from the porcupine attack as she captioned the post: 'So... my boys got into some trouble over the weekend.

'So... my boys got into some trouble over the weekend': Lindsey Vonn has revealed two of her dogs were quilled in the face by a porcupine

'So... my boys got into some trouble over the weekend': Lindsey Vonn has revealed two of her dogs were quilled in the face by a porcupine

Better days: The 35-year-old skiing world champion seen in New York back in February

Better days: The 35-year-old skiing world champion seen in New York back in February 

'They ran out of the house and chased after a porcupine... as boys do. Incredibly thankful that they are ok.'

She went on to acknowledge her family, friends and medical experts who helped her precious pooches.

Lindsey wrote: 'I also greatly appreciate my family and friends for helping them make it home safe and the love and care that they got from White Pine Vet You guys are the best!'

Lindsey definitely has a passion for canines as last month it was announced that she and one of her other dogs Lucy were hosting reality TV adventure show The Pack.

Vonn and her dog Lucy are hosting the unscripted series, which celebrates the bond between people and their canine companions.

The Pack will follow

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