A woman has died after a dog attack at a boarding kennel in Perth's south.
A 58-year-old woman has died after a dog attack at a boarding kennel in Perth's south.
Sue Lopicich was pronounced dead by paramedics at her Southern River home, which doubled as Barko's Boarding Kennels, on Tuesday afternoon.
Ms Lopicich was walking several dogs on her property when the attack occurred, the Nine Network reported on Wednesday.
City of Gosnells rangers were called to help contain a dog after police were unable to reach the woman's body.
Council spokesman Grant Bradbrook said the rangers had been provided counselling.
"It wasn't a nice job to have to attend, so they're being supported," he said.
Rangers seized two adult male dogs, a bull mastiff and Staffordshire bull terrier, which are microchipped and registered to Ms Lopicich.
The death is not being treated as suspicious and police will prepare a report for the coroner.
The city says there have not been any previous complaints about the dogs.