ITHACA, N.Y. — The Tompkins County Health Department is seeking information about a dog that reportedly bit a person at the Ithaca Dog Park on Sunday.
The bite occurred between 1:30 and 2 p.m. Sunday at the Ithaca Dog Park, according to the health department. The dog is named Spencer and is described as a medium-sized black dog with no markings wearing a green harness. The dog was accompanied by a woman.
The health department wants to verify the vaccination status and the health of the dog over a 10-day observation period. If the dog can be located and observed to be healthy, rabies can be ruled out and the person who was bitten can avoid post-exposure treatment for rabies.
Anyone with information regarding this dog is urged to call the Tompkins County Environmental Health Division at (607) 274-6688.