Friday, August 11, 2017

Dog Quarantined After Dog Bite Incident Last Week

An investigation into an incident involving a dog bite in Ashland last week has been turned over to the Department of Agriculture.


According to Ashland Police Chief Mark O'Hearn, on the evening of Thursday, August 3rd, 2017, police responded to a dog bite incident near the intersection of 12th and Market Streets in the borough.

According to police, the incident was referred to the County Dog Warden for a further investigation.

Skook News contacted the PA Department of Agriculture, who oversees the dog wardens.

According to the PA Department of Agriculture Press Secretary Bonnie McCann, the case is still under investigation and the dog involved has been quarantined.

All other details on the incident were not available due to the ongoing investigation.

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