Kim Zolciak brings puppies around sons following vicious dog bite


Kim Zolciak is helping her son Kash move on from a frightening dog bite to his face with the help of some super adorable puppies!

In late April the Real Housewives of Atlanta star shared the terrifying news that her 4-year-old son Kash Biermann had been hospitalized after being attacked by a dog. Now she’s reintroducing him and his brother Kane to pups thanks to Atlanta’s Bosley’s Place, which specializes in neonatal orphaned puppies.

Kim wrote:

“Kroy and I felt it was super important to continue to encourage Kash to be around animals. Kash is an absolute animal lover and I didnt/don’t want him to fear animals after all he has been through. (The 2nd day he was in the hospital their was a service dog visiting all the children and I asked Kash if he wanted to see the dog, “He screeched Yes” and was all snuggled up to the dog in less than a minute as if nothing ever happened!) Anyhow I wanted to thank for bringing all your precious sweet (adoptable) puppies over and sharing them with us. ?? ”

Kim’s shares, as these often do with celebrities on social media, has received a split reaction as many have applauded her desire to reintroduce loving dogs to her son while others have been critical of what they consider to be a dangerous proposition.


  • ChelseaHouskasEyebrows

    I need those puppies!

  • Cait Sith

    I don’t really watch Real Housewives and Kim has still managed to annoy me, but.

    Good on her for encouraging him to still love dogs. I was bitten on the face by a Boston Terrier when I was 2 or 3 (my fault, I tripped over him or something while he was sleeping). His eye tooth quite literally ripped a hole in my face- left cheek- and I had to get 20 internal and external stitches (I still have the scar). The boxer we had at the time, Peewee, stayed with me on the couch the entire time I wasn’t able to play.

  • LoLo

    The right thing to do is to bring him around puppies. I was bit almost exactly like her son. I got bit in the face, almost lost my eye & had a hole that you could stick your finger through. I was 2 & it was a neighbors dog. My parents didn’t want me to be terrified of dogs & to know how to behave & react around them. It worked, I never had a fear of dogs.