The court heard Frankie bled to death after sustaining 54 injuries, with the most serious to his head and neck, during the attack in the early hours.
When Willis returned to the caravan in the early hours of the morning, a holidaymaker nearby heard her crying out 'my baby, my baby'.
She admitted a charge of child neglect and was jailed for two years.
Judge Simon Carr jailed Totterdell for three years, describing leaving Frankie alone with the 'extremely powerful' dog as 'the height of folly'.Well, yes. Drug-taking chavs aren't known for their great intelligence, are they? But was this attack out of the blue?
After the incident Winston, who had previously bitten another child, was seized by police and destroyed.It's desctibed as an 'American Bulldog cross Staffordshire bull terrier' which spells 'pitbull' to most people.
Sentencing Totterdell, Judge Linford said:'There had been incidents in the past that reinforce any dog can be dangerous. Some time before this event, he had bitten another child. The child was injured enough to require medical treatment.'I cannot find anything about this other case. Perhaps it wasn't reported to the police by the parents or the hospital. So...were the police then unaware of this animal?
Well, no. You have to go to a Scottish newspaper to find out that police had been involved before...
On at least one occasion, Winston had escaped from Totterdell's garden and police had reminded her of her responsibilities as his owner, the court heard.So they saw the dog? They didn't assess it as a pitbull then?