The 11-year-old girl who was attacked by a dog in Birmingham has described how she was left screaming in pain.
Speaking from her home, Ana Paun also said she backed Suella Braverman’s calls to ban American bully XL dogs.
She revealed how the dog clamped its jaws around her arm and then her shoulder as she went shopping with her sister.
Ana said: “At the time I just felt panic. I went to the shop with my sister. The dog was staring at me. He jumped on my arm and bit me.
“It was so scary. I was screaming. He let my arm go and then bit my shoulder.
“I feel a bit better now. I went with the ambulance. I want him [the dog] to go away, to die.
“I think all of the dogs, the bulldogs, all of them should be banned.
“The owner should be in prison because he never did anything, he just let the dog bite everyone.”
Her mum, who wished to remain unnamed, added: “She’s fine. She’s been to hospital but she’s fine, recovering now.
“I’m thanking to God she is alive.”
Meanwhile, West Midlands Police said officers were continuing to investigate the incident in Birmingham which left three people injured, including the 11-year-old girl.
She sustained serious wounds to her shoulder and forearms and is now recovering at home following hospital treatment.
A 20-year-old man was chased across a garage forecourt and taken to hospital with bites to his shoulder and forearm, along with cuts and bruises from being dragged across the ground.
Another man also suffered injuries and went to hospital for treatment.
Police said the dog broke free from its owner twice during the incident.
“The dog was seized by officers and taken to a vet suffering from heat exhaustion. He has now been taken into secure kennels and our dog unit will consider what will happen to it,” a police spokesman said.
“The dog’s owner is currently in hospital, and we will be speaking to him in due course.
“This was an alarming and shocking incident on a busy road in high temperatures and members of the public showed immense courage in tackling such a ferocious dog.”
It comes as The mother of a 10-year-old boy killed by an American bully XL dog has questioned why the Government has not acted sooner to ban the breed.