Sharon Osbourne suffered miscarriage after she was attacked by her parent's dogs
TV host Sharon Osbourne said she suffered a miscarriage at the age of 28 after she was attacked by her parents' dogs
Los Angeles: TV host Sharon Osbourne said she suffered a miscarriage at the age of 28 after she was attacked by her parents' dogs.
'The X Factor' judge, now 64, didn't know she was pregnant with her now-husband Ozzy Osbourne's child, reports mirror.co.uk.
Speaking on 'The Talk' show, she said: "When I was about, oh my lord, 28, I was attacked by a Doberman Pinscher and a Bernese Mountain Dog. They were my parents' and I came into the house - then I had a very high-pitched voice - and their ears went like this (up). I walked in the door, said hello and bang."
She said the Doberman jumped up and headbutted her before pulling her to the ground and attacking her.
Her mother Hope was at home at the time and managed to pull them off her before they caused her serious damage.
Sharon said: "I went to hospital and I didn't know, but I was pregnant and eventually lost the baby.
"It's the most frightening thing in the world and time goes in slow motion and fear - I was just so fearful I could do nothing. You are like a rag doll."
Sharon didn't let the experience put her off getting her own dogs in the future and now is the proud owner of six dogs - Bella, Rocky, Alfie, Charlie, Flick and Moe - and two cats called Puss and Mo-Mo.
Sharon and Ozzy have been married since 1982 and have three children Aimee, 33, Kelly, 32, and Jack, 31, together.
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