Another biting dog sought after incident on Jefferson Blvd onramp
NEWS-LEDGER ONLINE — JAN 27, 2014 —
The Yolo County Animal Services Division is asking the public for help in locating a dog involved in a biting incident on the I-80 onramp at Jefferson Boulevard yesterday (Sunday, Jan. 26).
A woman was bit by the ‘pit bull’ type dog as she “attempted to contain the dog from traffic,” reports the County of Yolo’s Animal Services Division. The woman suffered a bite on her left ear.
The dog was described as “large with a stocky build, brown in color, with white markings.” It was last seen at the onramp.
If authorities can locate the dog and verify rabies vaccination, the victim can avoid undergoing rabies exposure treatment.
Anyone with information is asked to call (530) 668-5287 or email email@example.com.
Authorities announced earlier this month they were looking for a brown or ‘brindle’ boxer-type dog after a Jan. 10 bite at the dog park on Stone Blvd. That incident was reported by the News-Ledger here.
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