Poodle mix sought after Southport bite
NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE — SEPT 21, 2013 —
The Animal Services Section of the Yolo County Sheriff’s Department is looking for help in finding the dog involved in a biting incident Thursday morning in Southport.
According to spokesman Mark Persons of the sheriff’s department, a man noticed the apparent stray near Lake Washington Boulevard and Redwood Avenue.
“The victim approached the dog in an attempt to get information from the tag on its collar,” said Persons in a press release. “At that point, the dog bit the victim, causing moderate injury. Animal Services received the bite report from the victim, and a search of the area has failed to locate the dog.”
Typically, if a biting dog can’t be located and screened for rabies, the bite victim must undergo extensive treatment for possible rabies exposure.
“The biting dog is described as a small poodle mix, 10-15 pounds, with curly white hair and (is) possibly named ‘Tracy’,” reported Persons.
He asked anyone with possible knowledge of the dog to contact the Animal Services Section at (530) 668-5287 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anyone with knowledge of the biting dog who conceals such knowledge could be guilty of a misdemeanor, added Persons.
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