Two men have been charged in relation to a serious dog attack at Coonamble which left Brendan "Bear" Clark with an amputated right arm.
Mr Clark also received cuts, scratches and bite marks to his left arm, cheeks and neck as a result of the attack.
Late morning on June 21, Mr Clark was conducting business at a Coonamble address when he was attacked by several large dogs.
The owners of the dogs returned to the property to discover the man injured and removed four dogs before emergency services arrived.
Mr Clark said he had been working alone in the yard of the property and did not realise the dogs were there until he went to get something from the shed.
"One of the dogs sort of looked at me, I didn't think much of it," he said.
"I told it to piss off and get back on the ute.
"It wasn't until he was right next to me and launched at me and got a good grab at my shoulder.
"And as I went to reach around to try to rip him off, that's when the other one got the other arm, and I realised, 'You're in trouble boy'."
On July 3, a man,53, was arrested at Coonamble Police Station in relation to the incident.
He has been charged with being the owner of a menacing dog and not complying with section 51 or 56; failing to comply with menacing dog control requirements; hindering the investigation of a serious indictable offence, and grievous bodily harm by negligent act.
The man will appear before Coonamble Local Court on July 16.
On July 5, a second man, 20, was arrested and charged in relation to the incident.
He has been charged with being the owner of a dog which attacks a person due to the owner's negligence; owner of an attacking dog; negligent act causing grievous bodily harm, and hindering police.
The man will appear in Coonamble Local Court on August 20.