The animals attacked Tracy Garcia, 52, in Ardmore, Oklahoma, last Thursday, according to KXII. The euthanasia expert, Amanda Dinwiddie, confirmed six of the canines were "a mix of dachshund and terrier, while the other was believed to be a border collie mix".
Garcia was treated at the scene and taken to hospital, where she later died.
One of the animals charged deputies responding to the incident and was shot and killed. We have conflicting reports has to exactly what kind of dogs these were, but KXII is reporting a dachshund/terrier mix.
It's unknown what triggered the dogs to attack Garcia, but an investigation is ongoing Bryant said.
Initially, one of the dogs was incorrectly identified by law enforcement as a pit bull terrier.
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Police in Ardmore, Oklahoma, are investigating after a woman was recently mauled to death by a pack of mixed dachshunds. The others were sent to a shelter and later euthanized at the request of their owner, according to KTEN in Oklahoma. "They all ranged from probably a year to about three years [old]". She also said they had fleas and ticks, adding: "you can tell they have been living out in the woods".
"This is a bad situation, a very unfortunate situation", Carter County Sheriff Chris Bryant told KTEN in Ardmore. "This is just a bad deal all the way around".
But the animals will not be tested for rabies because 'there's just no reason to go spend the thousands and thousands of dollars, ' Dinwiddie said.
"There were seven dogs - three were females, four of them were males", Dinwiddie said.