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Pictured: One-Year-Old Girl MAULED by Her Family’s Pit Bull

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Pictured: One-Year-Old Girl MAULED by Her Family’s Pit Bull

The one-year-old girl who was mauled by her family’s pit bull and left with life-threatening injuries has been pictured as it’s revealed she is now in stable condition.

Remmy Goulart was playing in the kitchen at her family’s home on Brick Kiln Road just before 9am on Sunday when she was attacked.

The pit bull terrier turned on the toddler, causing major trauma to her face. Her father, Reece Goulart, tried to pull the dog off but couldn’t.

One-year-old Remmy Goulart (pictured), who was mauled by her family's pit bull and left with life-threatening injuries, has reached stable condition, according to her family
Her father, Reece Goulart (pictured), tried to pull the dog off but couldn't
Remmy is pictured with her father Reece Goulart
Police said Reece retrieved a pistol from a nearby room, but realized it wasn't loaded. He then grabbed a knife and started stabbing the dog (pictured) to save his daughter from its jaws, fatally wounding the animal

Reece then grabbed a knife and started stabbing the dog to save his daughter from its jaws, fatally wounding the animal.

Remmy was transported to the Hospital by ambulance, and subsequently airlifted by helicopter.

Shortly after the incident, fire Lt Scott Stanbard said the toddler’s injuries were believed to be life-threatening.

The victim’s relatives later revealed that Remmy had three blood transfusions and underwent an hours-long surgery overnight to repair some of the damage.

The Falmouth Fire and Rescue Department rushed to the home and began treating the injured girl. She was transported to the Falmouth Hospital by ambulance, and subsequently airlifted to a Boston hospital by helicopter. Remmy is pictured with her mother, Stephenie Schauberger
Remmy is seen with her mom and dad shortly after she was born

Remmy will also require plastic surgeries in the the coming weeks.

Police said the family had owned the pit bull five years and it had no known history of aggression.

‘At this time, the attack appears to have been unprovoked,’ police said in a statement.

A GoFundMe was created to alleviate the costs of Remmy’s medical expenses on her road to recovery.

‘This family has been through a lot and we all want to be able to take financial stress away so they can focus on their beautiful baby,’ the account read.

By Tuesday morning, the account had raised more than $22,000

‘You’re all so amazing,’ Remmy’s father, Reece, wrote on the page dubbed ‘Rally for Remmy’.

‘My heart is full and I have no words. I’d die for my little girl. I can’t thank you enough! I love you all,’ he added.

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