"We go right down the street to this little park, it's called Mount Tabor Park right off Eureka Springs Drive," said Pam Walden, referencing her favorite spot to walk her 6-year-old pug, beagle mix, Harley.
But Monday night, Pam Walden and Harley wouldn't make it back from their routine walk unscathed.
"Just in an instant, and unprovoked, his dog attacked my dog," said Walden.
The other dog latched onto Harley.
"It was obvious to me that this young man no control over this dog," remembered Walden.
"My dog was bleeding and there was a lot of damage to his neck and his ear. My dog was so traumatized he wouldn't let you go near him. And you really couldn't look at him well enough to tell how bad his injuries were," added Walden.
His injuries were bad. It took seventeen stitches including a few to re-attach his ear.
So now, this is his routine. Several rounds of medicine a day until he heals.
Walden says one of the most frustrating things about the whole ordeal is the other dogs owner didn't even offer to help out in any way after the attack happened.
"We just want to get the word out there and find this gentleman. He needs to be held responsible, accountable," Walden said.
Walden, who was wounded herself from the attack, says it's about the neighborhood's safety now.
"The attack was so vicious and unprovoked, I fear for the children in the neighborhood. There's a lot of small children that play soccer games at this little park and a lot of local dog owners that walk their pets down there," said Walden.
So she's putting out filers, in hopes of finding the dog and dog's owner for her own peace of mind as well.
Walden described the dogs owner as a white man, possibly in his mid-20's, with dark curly hair.
The dog is described as a black pit bull, with a white patch of fur on its chest.