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Houston woman Tiffany Frangioni was bitten in the neck by her dogs and later died of her injuries, police said.

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) – A woman found dead in her backyard in southwest Houston may have been attacked by her dogs, police said.

The Houston Police Department’s Homicide Division has an ongoing investigation into the death of 48-year-old Tiffany L. Frangion on November 19.

According to police, officers were called at approximately 10:50 a.m. to the 12400 block of Rockampton Drive, which is in a neighborhood near the intersection of West Airport Boulevard and South Sam Houston Parkway West.

In the initial findings, investigators found that Frangioni let her fangs out into the backyard where they fought with neighbors’ dogs through the fence.

Police said the victim was believed to have tried to intervene and may have been attacked by her dogs.

The cause of Frangion’s death, which has been determined by medical examiners, is still pending.

Police are urging anyone with information on the case to call the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600.

As for Frangion dogs, Eyewitness News learned that the woman’s dogs were signed for euthanasia on Monday. A spokesperson for BARC Animal Shelters told ABC13 that the woman’s husband signed a 5-year-old Alaskan Husky mix and a male Cane Corso mix to the facility.

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