Idaho Boy, 7, Kellan Is Mauled To Death By Pack Of Dogs While Playing Outside

 In Idaho A Seven-year-old boy from was mauled to death by a neighbor’s 4 dogs, which also injured badly to the mother of child when she tried to shield him from the animals, said by officials.

This brutal attack by 4 dogs took place around 5:30 p.m. Saturday on the Fort Hall Reservation, located more than 200 miles east of Boise. 

Emily Islas and her son who died in  Dog Attack, "Kellan", were staying in an RV on Sandy Road when the boy went outside and failed to come back to her mom, reoorted by Sho-Ban News.

When Boy didn't come back after a few minutes, Her Mother went out looking for her 7 year Old child and she found him lying face down in the front yard with 4 dogs — 2 dogs were Rottweilers and 2 of them were mixed breeds — tearing at him.

Islas tried her best to pull the animals off Kellan but was she failed to do so, then she lay on top of him to protect the child's body from more harma, at which point those 4 dogs started to attack the Mother.

According to a statement from the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, first responders were called to the incident place and transported the son and mother to Portneuf Medical Center, where Kellan was pronounced by the doctors dead because of his serious injuries.

His mom underwent emergency surgery and remained hospitalized for further treatments.

According to the description of a GoFundMe campaign that was launched by a friend, Islas sustained nerve damage and a ruptured artery in her right arm, as well as additional injuries to her back, head and left arm in trying to save Kellan.

“I know Emily, and I know she did everything in her power to protect Kellan from that attack,” Samantha Lenay wrote. “She is an amazing woman and mother and sacrificed herself to try and save her little boy.”

Lenay added that Islas’ daughter was “thankfully” not home at the time of the dog attack and was not harmed.

All 4 dogs that took part in the deadly mauling were euthanized by local tribal authorities.

The owners of the pets, identified as Jiana Wolfchild and Benjamin, were cited for 15 violations related to the mauling, including rabies vaccination, vicious animal attack and over the limit of canine or feline pets.

The case will be submitted to the US Attorney’s Office for further review, the Tribes stated. 

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