Denver News Anchor Speaks Two Weeks After Dog Bit Her Face on TV

The recovery of Kyle Dyer, the Denver news anchor whose face was bitten by a dog on live TV two weeks ago, is going very...

 |  Feb 27th 2012  |   28 Contributions


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Kyle Dyer, optimistic, forgiving, and wiser about how to act with a strange dog

The recovery of Kyle Dyer, the Denver news anchor whose face was bitten by a dog on live TV two weeks ago, is going very well. She has a great attitude, and says she has learned about getting too close to a dog's face. She is a very gracious woman who harbors no ill will toward the dog, and is glad he is back with his family — as she finally is with hers.

Here's an interview with her two weeks after the bite, which required 70 stitches to her mouth and nose. Her mouth had to be stitched shut for a week and a half to promote a graft's healing. That had to be pretty tough. (For more background, read one of our previous posts.)

Hey, just a thought: Dyer has had enough bashing from people calling her names for getting so close to the dog. The harsh comments from around the world (including some right here on Dogster) could not have been easy for her to read. I hope any comments for this post will err on the side of gracious, to match her attitude.

Source: Denver Post

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