Country singer Morgan Wallen’s son was rushed to the ER after he was attacked by a dog on Sunday.
Two-year-old Indigo was forced to receive stitches after he was bitten in the face by his mother KT Smith’s dog.
Taking to her Instagram Story Monday, Smith said the toddler, whom she shares with the “Last Night” hitmaker, will be “OK” but might have a small scar from the ordeal.
“Yesterday, he bit Indigo in the face and [Indigo] had to have stitches and we spent yesterday morning at the emergency room,” Smith told her 396,000 Instagram followers.
In a series of clips on the platform, the influencer revealed she adopted the rescue pooch, a Great Pyrenees named Legend, in April 2022.
Smith said that she and the dog “kind of saved each other” at the time.
On Instagram, Smith said she is not willing to put the dog down following the attack.
“Since then, we have been looking for options and I just couldn’t bring myself to what everyone else says and what you’re supposed to do, apparently — what the world tells you to do is to put the dog down because they are aggressive,” she explained.
Admitting she’s “gone back and forth with that,” Smith said that her pooch “does not deserve that because he is wonderful and could do really great with a family who doesn’t have small children.”
“I know I don’t want him to go to a kill shelter… and shelters are full,” she went on, adding that she can no longer have Legend live under the same roof as her.
“This will be all over the place and I’ll also start off by saying I never wanted to bring this to social media, but he deserves better,” the country crooner’s ex-fiancée said.
“I’m getting Indigo back home tomorrow and he has to be gone by then and I cannot put him down either because like I said he doesn’t deserve that either.”
Elsewhere, she said she will not be putting a muzzle on the dog.
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“I can’t be a good dog mom to him keeping a muzzle on him or a good mom in general having a kid just really scared of him in the home,” the influencer explained.
“He is not aggressive towards adults at all,” she explained. “You can get in his face and you can do anything and he’s still such a good dog.”
For his part, Wallen has yet to comment on the ordeal.