She added: "People do say once a dog gets a taste of blood it triggers something inside, so it scares me that this owner is still walking his dog in public.
Every dog has a mouth and it is quite a vicious weapon."
She continued: "I was screaming – the only thing the man did was put his hand on his forehead, not a word came out of his mouth.
Elizabeth said Chopper could not be saved and she took him to the vets to be put down.Perhaps if the owners of these four-legged weapons felt physically at risk themselves, it might go some way to alleviating the problem...
She believed the dog that attacked Chopper should be put down.
"I don't think that man should be allowed to keep a pet," she said.
She also said she has passed on the name of the pet owner to the police after having tracked him down on Facebook.Might as well whistle in the dark as expect the police to do anything, love.