Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott has been cited after three of his dogs got loose in Frisco, TX and put two people in the hospital for bite-related injuries. The injuries sustained were non-life-threatening.
According to a report from CBS-DFW, the three dogs were found in the neighborhood of Starwood in Frisco early Friday morning.
Video released by the local network showed one of the victims going to a house for what appears to be medical attention. The victim was shown holding a cloth to her left arm where a bite mark was seen.
All three of Elliott’s dogs that escaped returned safely to Elliott after residents in Starwood contacted Animal Control services. The residential area is mapped out to not far from Elliott’s home.
One of the dogs who escaped and, likely responsible for the attack on the two victims, was placed under a 10-day house quarantine, per Texas Code Title 25. Animal Control will be monitoring the quarantine.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott had a similar canine-related incident back in 2019 when one of his pit bulls bit off a piece of a woman’s finger.
Somewhere in Washington, Major Biden is glad that the K-9 headlines are finally giving him a break after this story out of Frisco.