Duck Dynasty’s Kay Robertson is recovering from attack from her dog Bobo that injured her lip


‘Bleeding profusely is an understatement’: Duck Dynasty’s Kay Robertson is recovering from attack from her dog Bobo that injured her lip

Duck Dynasty personality Kay Robertson is at home recovering after she had to be hospitalized after she was bitten on the lip by her dog Bobo.

Phil and Jase Robertson, on their Unashamed podcast, filled fans in on the details of the grisly attack on the 73-year-old reality star, as Kay received stitches and will be wearing a mask amid her recovery.

Phil, 75, told listeners that his spouse approached him overnight while holding a rag on her face in an effort to stop the bleeding.

The latest: Duck Dynasty personality Kay Robertson, 73, is at home recovering after she had to be hospitalized after she was bitten on the lip by her dog Bobo, her husband Phil, 75, said. The Louisiana natives posed in a snowy selfie this past February

‘I said, ”Move that rag a minute,” The Louisiana native said. ‘She takes the rag off her face. And I’m looking at her top lip, was split in two, about a quarter of an inch.

‘Her bottom lip, over on the right side, there was just a chunk gone – bleeding profusely is an understatement.’

He said that his wife had tried to give the dog, who was sleeping at the time, a goodnight kiss as she prepared to go to bed.

‘I said the old saying, “Miss Kay, let a sleeping dog lie – you need to remember that,”‘ he said.

The TV couple was snapped in NYC in 2013 to film Extra

The TV couple was snapped in NYC in 2013 to film Extra 

The couple was snapped at an A&E event in 2012 in NYC

The couple was snapped at an A&E event in 2012 in NYC 

Their son Alan Robertson added: ‘First thing she told dad when she came in – she said, “I just want you to know that Bobo met me at the truck and he apologized.”‘

Phil said that the dog, as a result of snake bites, is dealing with cataracts in his eyes.

Kay opened about her fondness for her dog in a 2013 chat on AL.com.

‘Every morning I like to sit and pray out on my porch with [dogs] Bobo and JayJay look at the trees, hear the squirrels and birds,’ she said. ‘It’s as if God is waiting for me to wake up and enjoy the trees and animals.’

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