Natasha Kaplinsky: ITV news anchor says she was taken to hospital after being bitten by a ‘wildest’ dog
Natasha Kaplinsky has revealed that she has been hospitalized after being bitten by her dog.
The ITV news anchor and former Be sure to come dance The winner was attacked by one of her own pets while trying to break up a fight.
Kaplinsky’s dog Dot, a Coton de Tulear, fought over a bone with her other dog, Molly, a Tibetan terrier
Speak with Great British Life, Kaplisnky said: “Dot is in my bad books. She was supposed to be this pretty little lap hopper and she turned out to be the wildest.”
She added: “Recently I tried to break her up with Molly, fought over a bone and she bit me. I ended up in the hospital.”
Kaplinsky, who lives in Sussex with husband Justin Bower, left the hospital in a sling and has made a full recovery.
Discussing her five dogs, she said they make life “a little bit messy” but “never boring.”
The news anchor was the first celebrity to win BBC’s Be sure to come dance in 2004.
She took home the award along with her professional partner Brendan Cole.
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