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Fairfax County animal watch

Fairfax County

The following incidents were reported by the Animal Control Division of the Fairfax County Police Department. For information, call 703-246-2253.

Dog bites woman: Summerchase Ct., 1500 block, 3:30 p.m. Nov. 21. A Bermese mountain dog bit a woman walking on a path, causing minor injuries. The dog could not be found.

Dog bites delivery man: Hancock Forest Tr., 3600 block, 7 p.m. Nov. 23. A resident opened the door for a delivery man, and two dogs ran out. One bit the delivery man on the leg, causing a minor injury.

Dogs bite jogger: Waggaman Cir., 1400 block, 3:15 p.m. Nov. 24. Two Maltese dogs bit a jogger on the leg, causing minor injuries. A McLean woman was charged with no dog license, and the dogs were placed under quarantine.

Fairfax City

The following incidents were received from the animal control section of the Fairfax City Police Department. For information, call 703-385-7924 or go to www.fairfaxva.gov and click on “Animal Control” on the police department’s main page.

Dogs on the run: Old Lee Hwy. and Country Hill Dr., Nov. 26. Someone reported two dogs running in the neighborhood. Animal control returned them to their owner, who was charged with failing to obtain dog licenses.

Beagle on the run: Burrows and Warwick Avenues, Nov. 28. A beagle mix, running in the neighborhood, was taken to the shelter. It was released to the owner.

Cat euthanized: Poplar Leaf Ct., Nov. 23. A cat showing neurological symptoms was taken to the city’s shelter. The cat’s condition deteriorated, and it was euthanized. The cat tested negative for rabies.

Vienna

The following incidents were reported by the Vienna Police Department. For information, call 703-255-6396.

Injured deer in yard: Springwood Ct. NE, 300 block, 2:10 p.m. Nov. 24. Residents called about an injured deer lying in his back yard. The deer could not be saved.

Cat bites employee: Park St. SE, 100 block, 5 a.m. Nov. 26. A cat bit an animal hospital employee as she attempted to place it in a cage.

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