By Ralph R. Ortega For Dailymail. A pet owner was found mauled to death by one or both of her Great Danes inside her Ohio home, which authorities said was a bloody mess after the brutal animal attack. Mary Matthews, 49, of Waynesville, Ohio, was found killed by one or both of her Great Danes at home on Friday, said police. There was debris strewn about the home, details the report, including beer cans and medication bottles.
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A woman found dead in Ohio was killed by her own Great Danes, police say
A woman bitten to death by one or both of her pet Great Danes had alcoholism and may not have been clear-headed enough to seek help after she was attacked, authorities said. Preliminary findings indicate Mary Matthews, 49, apparently bled to death, said Doyle Burke, chief investigator with the Warren County coroner's office in Ohio. The dogs were known to be aggressive and had bitten people before, authorities said. Her husband, Mark Matthews, said that he and his wife rescued the dogs about two years ago and that one had bitten him recently. Both Great Danes — one of the largest breeds of dog but known for a generally docile temperament — have been euthanized.
By Joshua Rhett Miller. Mary Matthews, 49, was found dead Friday in her Waynesville home by her husband, Dale Mark Matthews, some two years after she rescued the aggressive dogs, the Dayton Daily News reports. I probably should have put my foot down and said no, obviously. Matthews said he was bitten by one of the massive dogs last month, leading him to worry that someone else could be attacked one day.