Grandmother, 64, reveals terrifying moment her hand was bitten off by 14 STONE ...

A grandmother has described the moment her hand was bitten off by a rescue dog in a savage attack. 

Sue Scarlett, 64, from Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, was savaged by the 14 stone beast while cleaning its kennel and looked down to the ground see her ‘right hand on the floor.’

The care home nurse was attacked by the dog last October when the animal locked its teeth around her right arm.

Sue Scarlett, 64, from Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, was savaged by the 14 stone beast while cleaning its kennel. She lost her arm after the attack

Sue Scarlett, 64, from Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, was savaged by the 14 stone beast while cleaning its kennel. She lost her arm after the attack

Despite two people trying to get the dog off her hand, the male dog gripped on to her wrist and wouldn’t let go.

The grandmother, who described the dog having a grey and black brindle coat with paws the size of her hand, said: “I shouted to him to let go but he just held on tighter.

“After what seemed like hours my husband heard me and tried to pull the dog away but was unable to do so.

“I remember thinking that I would have a few broken bones when he finished.

“But at that time I looked down and saw my right hand lying on the concrete in a pool of blood.”

The kennels which had a run outside where caged - the dogs slept in the kennels and were able to have water in the run before running outside into a surrounding field to play.

As Sue let the dog out of the kennels to go into the field to clean the room and change the water in the run. But the dog put his head partially into the run of out of the kennel and grabbed her right arm

As Sue let the dog out of the kennels to go into the field to clean the room and change the water in the run. But the dog put his head partially into the run of out of the kennel and grabbed her right arm

As Sue let the dog out of the kennels to go into the field to clean the room and change the water in the run.

But the dog put his head partially into the run of out of the kennel and grabbed her right arm.

Sue, who is a nurse at Ashlynn Grange care home, in Peterborough, Cambs., shouted at the dog to let go but he continued to “gnaw” at her arm.

She said she had to go on her knees to push the

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