BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND - JANUARY 17: Lucy, a Bull Mastiff enjoys the snow drifts on Divis mountain on January 17, 2018 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The Met Office has placed an amber weather warning alert on the province with over 200 school closures and some roads impassable. More snow is expected again tomorrow. (Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images)

Deputies say the woman was bitten at 1am June, 19. She was bitten by a recently rescued 200 pound bull mastiff. Two of the residents returned home from a local bar and the dog got aggressive starting to growling at all four of them. Deputies said one of the residents told them they only had the dog for a week and it had never been aggressive before.

Deputies reported that when the dog started growling at all four of them, one of the residents bent down to kiss the dog. The bull mastiff bit her in the face on her cheek and her lips. Another resident tried to pull the dog off her and was bitten as well. They finally were able to get the dog into a bedroom and shut the door.

The woman was taken to a trauma center where she can have plastic surgery and animal control came and took the dog.