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5-year-old boy and a 7-year-old boy were hospitalized Tuesday after they were attacked by two pit bulls in West Palm Beach, an Animal Care and Control spokesperson said.
Dave Walesky said the boys were playing in the front yard of a 45th Street home when the dogs escaped from the fenced-in backyard and attacked them. One was bit in the face and the other was bit in the arm.
The incident took place at about 5 p.m. near the intersection with Australian Avenue.
Animal Care and Control has the two dogs and will conduct a 10-day dangerous dog investigation. The dogs are registered as pit bulls, but Walesky said they look like mixed-breed.
If the dogs are classified as dangerous, they will be returned to the owner with strict mandates.
via Two boys, 5 and 7, hospitalized after being attacked by pit bulls in West Palm Beach | www.palmbeachpost.com.
An officer was attacked by a pit bull as San Diego Police pulled over a driver in the Mission Valley area Wednesday night, officials say.
The incident happened just after 8 p.m. on Friars Road at State Route 163.
According to the SDPD, the dog bite sent the officer to the hospital, but police did not shoot the pit bull.
via SDPD Officer Hospitalized by Dog Bite | NBC 7 San Diego.
Plainfield police responded to a dog attack on Putnam Road Wednesday morning.
Police say a healthcare worker, 56-year-old Lynne Denning of Canterbury, was attacked by two to four dogs while caring for an elderly patient at 379 Putnam Road. They say Denning suffered injuries to her face, chest, arms, and legs before the dogs’ owner, 29-year-old Jenna Allen, and a man were able to secure the dogs.
via Dog attack leaves woman in critical condition.
The St. Albans Police Department is investigating a dog attack on Lake Street in the area of Food City. The attack happened between 4:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Monday.
Police say after the pit bull attacked a 52-year-old man fled the scene into a wooded.
The dog and owner have not been identified. Police say victim received puncture wounds to one hand and he was transported to Northwest Medical Center.
The dog is described as a medium size brown and white pit bull with a green nylon collar.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the St. Albans Police Department at (802)-524-2166.
Read more via Police Investigating Dog Attack in St. Albans – myChamplainValley.com.
Two people were hospitalized Monday night after they were attacked by four pit bulls that were accidentally released from their pen, police said.
Fall River police and animal control officers caught the dogs after they had been running through a wooded area. The dogs are being held in quarantine for 10 days, said Fall River police Lt. Ronald Furtado.
The dogs’ owner, identified as Sherry King, 43, of 550 Kilburn St., will be summonsed to court on two counts of failure to license a dog, Furtado said.
The police investigation alleges that the dogs were released from their pen after a child who fed the dogs accidentally left the pen door open, Furtado said.
Around 4 p.m. Monday, Fall River police Officers Peter Daluz and Derek Pereira responded to a dog bite call at Howe and Crawford streets. A 70-year-old woman was bitten on her forearm. She told the officers that she was walking in the area when two dogs approached and bit her pocketbook. When she tried to retrieve her purse, the dogs attacked her. The force of the dogs attacking her forearm caused the woman to fall to the ground, police said.
Two nearby bystanders intervened and stopped the attack. The 70-year-old woman was treated at the scene by medical rescue personnel and transported to Saint Anne’s Hospital for further treatment, police said.
Read more via Three people attacked by pack of pit bulls on the loose in Fall River; two hospitalized – News – The Herald News, Fall River, MA – Fall River, MA.