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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA dog attack victim who had a tooth embedded in her head says she’s “disgusted” at a nine month jail term handed down to the woman responsible.Lynsey Casson, a veterinary receptionist was savaged by an out of control American bulldog.Dana Mullen, 42, who was in charge of the dog, which belonged to her daughter at the time, was sentenced at Aberdeen Sheriff Court to a nine month jail term for the attack, as well as 15 months for an assault and robbery offence.The dog, called Boston attacked Ms Casson, as she tried to bring her own dog into the communal garden of properties on Shapinsay Road in Aberdeen.It turned on her, biting her ponytail and dragging her to the ground where it bit her on the head, arm and both feet, leaving her screaming for help.Workers at horrific Scots puppy farm may have been human trafficking victimsLynsey, 37, said: “I’m glad she doing jail time but it doesn seem fair to me that I left permanently disabled, and all she gets is nine months for the attack.”I have to be heavily medicated, I undergoing counselling for PTSD, and my life has been irreparably changed.”I’m not surprised at the length of the sentence, but I pretty disgusted. Had I been a child, I would been dead.”I don feel safer knowing that she locked up. I a veterinary receptionist so I see careless dog owners every day and some of them are an accident waiting to happen.”There needs to be more rules when it comes to owning a dog because pretty much anyone can just get one.”Lynsey, who feared for her life during the incident, needed surgery on her arm and ankle and remained in hospital for three days.And she later discovered a tooth embedded in her head.Now Mullen has appeared back in court, via a video link from custody, to be sentenced following a Covid linked delay.Mullen, a prisoner of HMP Grampian, previously pled guilty to being in charge of a dog which was dangerously out of control and repeatedly bit the woman to her head and body to her injury and permanent disfigurement on June 25.She also admitted two charges over a separate incident of behaving in a threatening or abusive manner by following one woman, and also assaulting and robbing a second woman on August 6..