A woman was attacked and bitten by a pack of savage sausage dogs.
Despite being on a lead, the three tiny terrors went for the woman, and one even managed to take a chunk out of her calf.
Police are hunting the owner, a woman, after the three dogs bolted at the victim and one bit her thigh.
The dachshunds were kept on an extended lead but managed to attack the woman, who was taken to hospital for treatment.
Cops hunting the owner said the attack happened in Camberley, Surrey, on November 14.
A spokesman said: “The victim was walking on Cheylesmore Drive around 3.25pm when three dachshund dogs which were on an extended lead ran towards her.
“One of the dogs bit the victim on her right calf.
“She was taken to hospital for treatment for her wound.
“Officers are keen to speak to the owner of the dogs who is described as a white woman with long dyed blonde hair in a ponytail, wearing a mustard coloured jumper and black trousers.
“Two of the dogs are described as tan while the third is described as black.
“Officers would like to hear from anyone who witnessed the incident or may have any information that could progress the investigation.”
By Lewis Pennock
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