Frisco police seized a pet dog belonging to Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott on Monday early morning following the pet dog escaped Prescott’s residence and bit a girl.
A resident referred to as police all-around 10:50 a.m., when she noticed a free pet dog battling with her pet dog as a result of a fence in her entrance yard near Hilton Head Lane and Princess Caroline Court. The girl went outside the house and noticed that there were being two free canine, one of which bit her when she tried using to quit the struggle, police claimed.
The girl was taken to a medical center with injuries that weren’t life-threatening.
Officers who went to the residence were being in a position to seize both free canine, which they determined belonged to Prescott and were being in a position to escape his residence as a result of an open up door. Prescott was not residence at the time, police claimed.
The pet dog that bit the girl, an American Staffordshire terrier, was taken by animal services to the Collin County Animal Shelter, in which it will be quarantined for 10 times. Officers returned the other pet dog to Prescott’s residence. Neither dog’s title was produced.