Vanderpump Rules star Kristen Doute is devastated after her beloved yorkie, named Gibson, was viciously attacked by a pit bull at a Los Angeles dog park.
Doute revealed on Instagram that her trainer was walking the pup when the other dog bit Gibson.
At the time, the star was out of town celebrating her birthday.
According to Doute, the other owner gave the trainer a phony phone number and bailed from the scene!
The reality star is now trying to track down the person who owns the pit bull.
She wrote on Twitter that "Gibson just got bit by a pit bull at Barrington Park in West LA. If your dog requires a muzzle KEEP THE F**KING MUZZLE ON THEM AND DO NOT LET THEM OFF LEASH. I am disgusted by this owner who also gave our trainer a fake number. We know who you are and you are done."
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Doute shared Instagram stories of her dog's ordeal.
Doute's trainer recently took her tiny Yorkshire terrier to play at the dog park. But Gibson was attacked by a pit bull on the outing.
As VPR fans know, Doute often shows her dog on the reality show and on her Instagram account. She was shocked after he was mauled by another dog and he had to be rushed to a vet. Gibson was extremely worse for wear after the dog fight.
Doute shared photos of her dog's stitches and an X-ray of his neck via social media.
The reality TV beauty, 36, who is dating Brian Carter, wrote on Instagram, "I'm so grateful our baby is safe." She thanked a Los Angeles vet, Dr. Kimberley Bhuta, for stitching up Gibson's face.
Doute was furious that after Gibson was attacked, and the pit bull's owner allegedly left without taking responsibility. She's asked her fans to help her locate the person who owns the pit bull.
Doute has posted the name the pit bull owner gave, hoping someone will help her. She also sped home on an airplane to give her recovering dog plenty of love!
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