MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - FOX10 News continues to follow the recovery of a 63-year-old woman who lost her arm after she was attacked by two dogs.
Sandra Lambert has had to undergo five surgeries.
"Today, they're going through and changing out the wound vacs on her left arm and right leg where she sustained the other injuries besides obviously the arm," said her daughter Jenny Biggs.
Lambert lost her right arm, and Biggs said is still unable to walk because of a large dog bite in one of her calves. Doctors said she will walk again. Her daughter said Lambert remembers the entire incident.
"She's not really mad about it. I think she might be, but she's holding that in. She loves the dogs. She's always been an animal lover. Since I was young, she'd bring home stray animals," Biggs said.
Biggs said she and her siblings blame themselves for not doing something about the dogs.
"She was headstrong about helping them. She saw the good in them, we all saw the danger," she said.
Biggs said her mom had been taking care of the two strays for months. Last week Biggs was yelling at the dogs and they got angry outside her home. Her daughter said Lambert's spirits have been up and down, but she did tell her this.
"She wants them put down. She's voiced that to me," Biggs said.
The dogs were caught days after the attack, they're being held in a 10-day quarantine in the Escambia County Animal Shelter.
Lambert is at USA Medical Center listed in fair condition. An account has been set up at United Bank to help the family with medical expenses.
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