Montana: Toddler attacked by her grandma's Bull Mastiff is recovering
MONTANA -- The 3-year-old who was flown to Colorado for surgery after being attacked by her grandmother’s Bull Mastiff at her home, which she has been running a daycare business out of, has been discharged from the hospital and is in good spirits, her mother said.
Naomi Brown, the toddler, still has considerable swelling, her mother Itxaropen Card said. She will continue taking antibiotics and Tylenol for pain, and will need to schedule follow-up appointments in Billings with an orthopedic surgeon, an ophthalmologist and her pediatrician.
An arm bandage and splint will be taken off tomorrow, Card said.
But her daughter was in good spirits Friday, Card said, after a visit to the Downtown Aquarium on the way home from Denver.