Infant Injured By Dog Bite Featured

Traces Gordon, Prescott Valley PD PIO August 05, 2020 487

A nine month old infant was the victim of a dog biting incident.

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  • A nine month old infant was severely bitten by the family dog
  • The infant was at home with his mother
  • The infant was treated at YRMC and then flown to Phoenix Children’s Hospital
  • The infant is reported to be in stable condition, the incident is under investigation

On Wednesday, August 5, 2020, at approximately 4:00 PM, Animal Control Officers and Police Officers from the Prescott Valley Police Department responded to a dog biting incident in the area of 7900 Talking Iron Lane in Prescott Valley.   

Upon arrival, officers discovered that a 9-month old infant was seriously bitten by the family dog.  Information revealed that the infant was being watch by his mother when the incident occurred. The mother quickly intervened and transported the infant to YRMC for medical treatment.  The infant was treated at YRMC and later flown to Phoenix Children’s Hospital for further treatment.  The infant is reported to be in stable condition. 

This incident is currently under investigation. There is no additional information available at this time.  

The Prescott Valley Police Department can be contacted at (928) 772-9267 for non-emergencies, 911 for emergencies, or 888-932-3232 for Yavapai Silent Witness. 


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