Dogs responsible for vicious attack in Myers Flat will be ”destroyed”; owner banned from owning any breed, hearing officer rules

COURTESY: ANNICK JOSEPH (KIEM)

HUMBOLDT COUNTY, Calif. (KIEM)-The dogs responsible for the attack on a 35-year-old woman in Myers Flat, will be euthanized.

Animal control officer Taylor Pedersen, the only person to testify, recounted what she saw when she arrived on scene back on January 28th.

She says the dogs were secured, and the victim had already been taken to the hospital with what deputies told her were “serious injuries”, and that life saving measures were used.

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Both pit bull dogs were surrendered to Humboldt County Animal Control, on a 10-day bite quarantine.

According to the officer’s testimony, the victim, Candis Danileson, her finace’s brother Kirk Swarford and Dave Rath all sustained injuries from both dogs.  

According to Pendersen, animal control has an extensive history with Mehrtens going back to 2010.

She then declared, on behalf of animal control, both dogs as  “vicious” and recommended Mehrtens  be prohibited from owning dogs, no matter the breed.

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The hearing officer agreed and ordered both dogs be “destroyed”.

According to the victim’s sister, Danielson lost more of her right leg, Wednesday when doctors had to amputate above the her knee.

There is a gofundme page set up in her name, click here for updates on her recovery and to donate.