Wednesday, July 31, 2019

GREEN BAY WI - A DOG HAS BEEN QUARANTINED AFTER ATTACKING A MAN WHO WAS LOADING GROCERIES INTO A CAR AT A FOOD PANTRY ...PART OF THE 58-YEAR-OLD MAN'S EAR WAS BITTEN OFF

Authorities have quarantined a dog after it bit part of a man’s ear off Monday morning outside a Green Bay food pantry.

Police responded to Paul’s Pantry on Leo Frigo Way around 11:45 a.m. for a reported dog bite, according to Green Bay Police.  They found the bottom part of a man’s right ear was bitten off by a dog.

The victim didn’t know who owned the dog. The incident happened while the man was loading groceries into a vehicle.

Police have since identified the dog and its owner.

The 58-year-old man was loading groceries into another person's car at the pantry shortly after 11:30 when he was attacked by a MEDIUM-SIZED, BLACK DOG.
The man lost the bottom portion of his right ear, and police expect he'll need surgery to repair it.
Monday night, police said they identified the owner, and the dog was placed in quarantine.

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