Investigators went to seize the dogs Tuesday from the home of Daisy Anderson, who had 12 more dogs living there as well. Six dogs were taken as a precaution because two looked the same. Only five of the dogs will be deemed dangerous; investigators are working with the victim to determine which of the identical dogs were involved.
Anderson was arrested on charges related to owning an animal that attacks a human, investigators said.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.