Sometimes a leash isn’t enough

Published by The Bee News

October 7, 2019

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Bullhead City Animal Care and Welfare (ACW) officers are looking for two dogs and the owner for standard quarantine procedures after a recent dog bite.

On Friday evening, October 4th, a 19-year-old female victim reported that she was walking in the alley behind Fastrip, 1100 block of Highway 95, with her boyfriend when she was attacked by a dog.

She said that a man (described as a tall, white male with brown hair) was walking with his two white German shepherd dogs. One of the dogs broke loose and started attacking her. The victim’s boyfriend was able to get the dog away. The victim suffered a bite injury to her stomach/hip area. The man then ran away, yelling at the dogs to follow him. The victim reported she thought the man was yelling “Boy” and “Girl” for the dogs’ names. One dog was wearing a collar and the other dog was wearing a harness.

ACW officers searched the area, but have not found the dogs. If anyone has any information, please call the Bureau of Animal Care and Welfare at (928) 763-6000, reference report# 19-06366

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