LAPD Seeks Information On Dog Attack

LAPD News:

Los Alamos Police Department Animal Control is trying to find the owner of two dogs involved in an attack on a third dog on the Canyon Rim Trail at approximately 8 a.m. May 22, according to Deputy Chief Jason Wardlow Herrera.

Wardlow Herrera said two black Labrador retriever-type dogs were walking off-leash with their owner. He said one of the dogs appeared to be a black mixed breed Labrador with white on its chest. The other dog appeared to be “more lab” and was black in color.

The dogs were accompanied by a slim-built, fair-skinned woman with short dark hair and reported to be 30 to 40 years of age, he said.

Wardlow Herrera said the two dogs attacked a small breed dog that was on a leash and accompanied by its owner and that the dog’s injuries required medical attention.

The owner of the two dogs did not provide her name or contact information to the owner of the injured dog.

LAPD is asking anyone with information as to the whereabouts of the animals involved in the attack or the identity of their owner to call Police Dispatch, 505.662.8222.​