There's a plea for help after a horse is attacked by dogs on a Waimanalo ranch.
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The handler wants to find the dog's owners to hold them accountable.
The 10-year-old-quarter horse, Roxy, was getting sedated and stitched up on Sunday.
She was looking much better than she did Friday night when she was attacked by two dogs.
"When we heard the 'boom,' 'bam,' 'boom' slamming of things we came running down. Then we found the dog and she was going nuts, nuts because she was already hurting," said horse owner June Pires.
Graphic pictures show Roxy bloody bitten on the face, mane, hoof and flank area. She was bitten more than five times.
"He grabbed the cheek, and then he grabbed the nose, and tore the nose. The vet had to lift up the nose and sew it up," said Pires.
Pires said one dog ran away, but the other wasn't letting go. An owner was no where to be found.
A veterinarian worked on Roxy for more than three hours the night of the attack.
Roxy was being trained to be a show horse but with her injuries that's come to a halt.
Pires has owned the ranch in Waimanalo for 15 years. She said recently hunters have been illegally parking at the dead end down her block and illegally hunting with their dogs through the area.
"Nobody is there. What happens? People take advantage of going up there. Nobody is going to catch them. They come at night," said Pires.
The attack has sent waves of fear through other horse owners in the area.
"Immediately, you are going to have total anxiety, total stress. What if he comes back? What if the dog that's missing ,there was a second dog, comes out in the night and the same thing is repeated?" asked Nanea Chambers.
"I don't blame the dog who was trained to kill. I blame the owners. They shouldn't have animals if they can't control them because if I had my grandkids here or my small dogs those hunting dogs would tear them apart," said Pires.
Roxy's mouth will heal in a month or so, but her full recovery may take up to eight months.
Pires wants the dogs owner to come forward and help with vet bills of more than $1,000.
The owner can be charged with having a dangerous dog. The maximum fine is $2,000 and a year in jail.