Health Department looking for dog that bit two people in Eau Claire
Photo from City-County Health Department
Eau Claire (WQOW)- Health officials in Eau Claire need your help identifying a dog that reportedly bit two people in a city park.
According to the City-County Health Department two people were bit Thursday in McDonough Park. Because of that, the dog needs to be found to determine its health and rabies status. The dog is medium in size and tan. It was with two females, last seen walking on Omaha Street.
The attached photo is from the City-County Health Department. Health officials say it is a photo of the dog in question.
(Press Release) The Eau Claire City-County Health Department is looking for a dog that bit two people on Thursday, October 6, 2016 at approximately 1:15 PM. The bite occurred in McDonough Park. The dog is a medium size tan dog, seen wearing a harness. Two females with the dog were last seen walking east on Omaha Street, near the cemetery. The health and rabies status of the dog needs to be determined. If anyone has information about this animal, they should contact the Eau Claire Communications Center at 715-839-4972.
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