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Police look for German shepherd that bit woman

Published On: Apr 06 2014 09:01:27 AM CDT
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MONONA, Wis. -

Monona police are looking for a dog that bit a woman at the Aldo Leopold Nature Center on March 30, according to a release.

The woman was visiting the nature center in the 300 block of Femrite Drive when she was bitten by a German shepherd, officials said. The German shepherd was also with a small white dog.

According to the release, the woman did not see an owner in the area.

Police said they have learned the woman may have to undergo rabies treatment if the dog is not located.

Officials ask anyone with information on the location of the dog or owner to contact the Monona Police Department at 608-222-0463.

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