Two pit bulls impounded after attack in Woodland

By From page A3 | January 08, 2012

The Yolo County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services Section has impounded two pit bull dogs for an attack in the Woodland area, the agency announced Friday.

On Thursday morning, Animal Services impounded a tan-and-white pit-bull mix and a black-and-white pit-bull mix that were running loose in Woodland in the vicinity of West Woodland Avenue and North West, West Beamer and Mariposa streets.

The dogs were involved in one documented case of killing a cat, and Animal Services officers working on this case were informed that there may be other victims, the news release said.

Anyone who may have encountered these dogs or that can provide additional information about this incident is asked to contact Animal Services as soon as possible at (530) 668-5287, ext. 0, or [email protected]

Enterprise staff

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