Around noon on Sunday, a 37-year-old jogger was bitten by a small dog, described as golden Yorkshire terrier.
The little dog was being walked by an elderly woman, who apparently continued on her way, following the bite incident; it is unclear as to why the jogger was not able to catch up to the elderly woman and her dog following the bite.
The authorities are involved because they are hoping to find out if the dog responsible for the bite is current on his or her rabies vaccinations.
According to the Mayo Clinic, individuals should begin receiving rabies shots if the animal that bit them cannot be located.
Anyone who has information on this incident is asked to call the Menasha Police Department. Non-emergency calls to the police department can be made to: 920-967-3500
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