Natasha Johnston, a dog walker from Croydon, was attacked on the 12th of January while out with her pack in a busy area of Caterham, Surrey.
Her left jugular vein was perforated, and the autopsy determined that she died of shock and bleeding.
Another woman was bitten by dogs and taken to the hospital.
Ms. Johnston was reportedly positively identified using dental records, which was reported at the Surrey Coroner’s Court hearing.
Ms. Johnston had sustained “traumatic injuries,” according to Coroner Simon Wickens.
To her loved ones and “all those touched by her life,” he offered his “sincere condolences.”
Ms. Johnston, meanwhile, was not authorised to take her dog for a walk in the area where she was attacked.
The Tandridge District Council has affirmed the need for a licence for professional dog walkers.
Family members of Ms. Johnston released a statement through the police shortly after the attack, saying they were having “an extremely difficult time” coping with her untimely death.
Furthermore, Surrey Police have stated that they will not be filing any charges related to the attack.
Eight dogs were taken into police custody at the scene, which was a popular dog walking location.
Further forensic investigation of the dogs is ongoing, police said.
The date of the inquest’s continuation has been set for June 29.