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College Station Animal Control looking for 2 dogs after bite incidents

College Station Police Department
Posted at 12:35 PM, Feb 13, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-13 13:35:29-05

COLLEGE STATION, TX — College Station Animal Control are requesting help from the public in locating dogs after two bite incidents.

On 2/13/21, College Station Animal Control responded to a report of an animal bite that occurred on the 800 block of Navarro Dr at 7PM on 2/12/21. The victim was bitten by a medium sized black lab with a dark colored collar.

College Station Animal Control is requesting help from the public in locating the dog involved in the bite. The dog needs to be located and observed to rule out potential rabies exposure to the victim.

On 2/9/2021, College Station Animal Control received a report of an animal bite that occurred at approximately 1:30 pm in the area of 2500 Central Park Lane.

That dog was described as a medium sized brown with black German Shepherd or German Shepherd mix. The dog was at large at the time of the bite.

The owner was described as a college aged female with glasses and brown hair in a ponytail. She was accompanied by another college aged female who also had a dog.

College Station Animal Control is requesting help from the public in locating the dog involved in the bite. The dog needs to be located and observed to rule out potential rabies exposure to the victim.

If you have any information about these cases, please call 979-764-3600.