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A Bend woman says her pit bull barely escaped alive from a deer attack.  Tiffany Rounds says her ten-year old dog "Daisy" ran outside Thursday morning in south Bend to confront a buck and two does. The deer charged the dog, pawing her with their hooves and the buck jabbed the pit bull with it's antlers: “I am concerned that there are so many right now in town, in these small little areas. They are everywhere. I am afraid they will attack someone else's dogs and I don't think it will happen with someone else's dog but what if.” Rounds says Daisy will survive. She suffered a punctured chest cavity and will have to be kenneled for up to two months to recover. The attack occurred in Romaine Village.

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