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Anchor rushed to hospital after rescued dog bites her in the face... on live TV


On TV: Kyle Dyer, right, had knelt down to pet Max when he attacked. He is seen here with his owner, Michael Robinson, and the firefighter that rescued him

A veteran TV anchor in Denver, Colorado, was rushed to the hospital after a dog that recently survived a harrowing rescue bit her in the face during a live TV segment.
Max, an 86-pound Argentine Mastiff, sunk his teeth into Kyle Dyer's face when she bent down to pet him Wednesday morning during a morning show segment on KUSA-TV.
The station's news chopper captured video footage of a firefighter rescuing Max from a freezing pond Monday after he fell through the ice and couldn't make it out.

Attack: In a flash, Max bares his teeth and lashes out at Ms Dyers face. Animal control officers called it a 'pretty major bite.'

Now, Max has been caged by animal control officers and his owner, Michael Robinson has been fined. The station says Miss Dyer is in fair condition, recovering from the bite at at Denver hospital.

Bitten: Ms Dyer was rushed to the local hospital in Denver and has been examined by a trauma team to determine how to repair the damage to her face

A trauma team is evaluating the injuries to her face.
Mr Robinson says he was walking Max Monday when he saw a coyote and ran off after it. Authorities say Max spend 20 minutes swimming in the pond before a firefighter in a dry suit dove into the frigid waters and pulled him to safety.

Fined: Max was locked up for observation because he didn't have rabies shots and his owner was fined by animal control officers
The TV station aired the harrowing rescue and invited the firefighter, Mr Robinson and Max into their studios Wednesday morning for a reunion.
That's when Max attacked Ms Dyer. The station says the attack was not broadcast, but it later released a short clip of the bite.

Veteran: Ms Dyer is a veteran news anchor for the NBC affiliate in Denver

Denver Animal Control Director Doug Kelley told CBS4 Denver Ms Dyer's injury was 'a pretty major bite.' Max, who did not have proper rabies vaccinations, will be quarantined 10 days to ensure he is healthy.
Mr Johnson was cited for a dog bite violation, having the dog off his leash and not having proper vaccinations.

source: dailymail