The owner of a dog in Ireland was left with a house in a wreck after a collision with a car.
The accident happened in Dublin city centre on Sunday afternoon.
The car drove onto a footpath and hit the dog’s owner’s garden, causing it to be dragged through the grass.
The house was in such bad shape that the dog, named ‘The Duchess’, was left partially crushed by the car.
A post-mortem examination has been ordered and the owner of the dog has been given the option to take her to hospital for further treatment.
“She is in a very critical condition.
It is not good enough to give her any more time,” said Dr. Ronan Kelly, a veterinary technician at St Vincent’s Hospital.
The dog, which was not named, has been moved to a specialist animal hospital in the city.
Dr Kelly said the owner has received no compensation for the damage to the house.
“We are hoping that she can have a long recovery.
We don’t know if she can come back,” he said.
The owner of The Duchess, who is not named in the Irish press, is believed to be in a stable condition.