The Biscuits & Bath pet spa on 82nd Street and 1st Ave is being sued for $200,000 for a dog on dog attack last month when Diesel, a 10-pound pooch, was allegedly mauled by pit bull.
"[Diesel] was getting ready to go out for a walk when an "approximately 65-pound pit bull, without provocation, attacked" Diesel, biting into his hind leg and "almost removing it from the dog's body," the suit says.
The unidentified pit bull "bit and shook Diesel like a rag doll, digging [his] sharp teeth into Diesel's body, putting enormous pressure on Diesel's bones, dislocating his hip and causing massive bleeding," the suit says.
Now Diesel's owner, lawyer Jeffrey Tullman, is suing the spa - which offers fur treatments, hair exfoliation and weight loss programs for dogs, and refers to animals as "children" and their owners as "parents" - for negligence.
The suit also names the pit bull's owner, John Doe, whose real name the spa is refusing to disclose."