Argentine Mastiff Dog

February 9, 2012 by staff 

Argentine Mastiff Dog, Kyle Dyer, a news anchor for KUSA-TV in Denver, Colorado went under reconstructive surgery after an Argentine Mastiff dog bite her face during a live segment. Kyle Dyer had been interviewing the owner of the dog, Michael Robinson and the fire fighter, Tyler Sugaski after the dog fell into Lakewood lake on Tuesday. Gladiator Maximus, known as Max, is a Argentine Mastiff dog.

During the interview, Kyle Dyer was petting the 3-year old Argentine Mastiff dog saying that he is gorgeous and she is so glad they are okay. She continued petting the dog and told the fire fighter and owner to have a good weekend. It then looks like she leaned into the dog and said, “Have a good Valentines Day,” when the dog lashes out to her and the dog bites anchor Kyle Dyer.

The news anchor had to be rushed to the local hospital in Denver where a trauma team determined how to reconstruct the damage done to her face from the dog bite. Denver Health Medical Center said, “Kyle Dyer is currently in fair condition and is being evaluated by the trauma team. She is awake and visiting with family who asked that we thank the community for their immediate outpouring of support.”

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