Dog Biting Incident In Lyndon

LYNDON - Last wednesday a Lyndon resident reported to the Caledonian record that their wife had been bitten by a dog near the Lyndon Outing Club Building.

Ken Buchesky and his wife Janet Chickering were near the area when what appeared to be a lab mix lunged at Chickering reported Caledonia writer.
      The dog did not appear to have a collar or tags. And the bite was not severe enough for emergency medical attention. The Lyndon Health Officer Debra Smith was then contacted with details on the incident.
     "Earlier in the week his wife had been walking and was bitten by a dog" says Smith.
     The dog did not have any form of identification so there was no way to identify who the dog belonged to or whether it had been recently vaccinated.
     "So the main thing is we would like everybody to register their dog so that way if something does happen we can identify the owner and identify whether the dog has been registered or vaccinated with the rabies vaccination"
     Anybody with any information or who has seen a similar dog wandering around is asked to contact Debra Smith at 802-535-7492.


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