CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – A fourth-grader was bitten by a service dog throughout Carmel Elementary School’s field day on Friday.
The bite occurred as the trainee was running past the dog, according to Clarksville-Montgomery County School System representative Anthony Johnson.
School nurses were on the scene to look after the trainee up until the trainee was required to a medical professional, he said.
The occurrence is under examination by Montgomery County Animal Control, said Michelle Newell, county spokesperson. No more info has actually been launched.
Montgomery County has a harmful dog list of those dogs that have actually been associated with a dog bite or occurrence with another animal or individual. All dog bites and aggressive dog attacks are examined, and when the examination is total, a dog might be considered harmful.
A hazardous dog might be bought to be purified or sterilized, microchipped, muzzled, or to be restricted in an outside kennel.
The next Animal Control conference with the Dangerous Dog Board is 3 p.m. Monday, June 26, at the County Courthouse.