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'Lovely and funny' grandmother, 65, mauled to death by five American bulldogs in her home 'was treated in hospital for dog bites a year before horrific killing' Ann Dunn was mauled to death by five American bulldogs at her Liverpool home Ms Dunn, 65, had been treated last year after suffering bites from a large dog It is unclear if the dog that attacked her in August 2021 was involved in her death

A 'lovely and funny' grandmother who was mauled to death by five American bulldogs had been treated in hospital for dog bites a year before she was killed in the horrific attack, it has emerged.

Ann Dunn, 65, died at a dog breeding property in Liverpool on Monday evening after being mauled by 'multiple' dogs described by Merseyside Police as American Bulldog breed. 

Five canines were later taken from the property by police and 'humanely destroyed'. 

The tragedy comes after Ms Dunn required hospital treatment in August last year after suffering a number of bites from a large dog, resulting in non-life-threatening injuries, The Liverpool Echo reported.

It is unclear if the dog that attacked her last summer was involved in her death. 

Ann Dunn, 65, (pictured) died at a dog breeding property in Liverpool on Monday evening after being mauled by 'multiple' American bulldogs

Ann Dunn, 65, (pictured) died at a dog breeding property in Liverpool on Monday evening after being mauled by 'multiple' American bulldogs

Ms Dunn was attacked inside her home on St Brigid's Crescent in Vauxhall around 4.25pm on Monday.

People were called to the home after her family realised something was wrong when she did not turn up to collect her grandson from school.

The property where Ms Dunn died had been listed online for dog breeding. 

Pictures on the business' website show numerous dogs being advertised for sale, with quotes available on request.

American bulldogs, which were the breed of dog found

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