Orlando, Florida (AP) --
A pregnant woman is expected to recover after being attacked by two loose dogs in Orlando.
Orange County Animal Services spokeswoman Kat Kennedy says the
woman was bitten Sunday, Oct. 11 on the leg and suffered severe puncture wounds.
Kennedy said authorities are trying to locate the dogs' owner,
who could face charges.
The dogs, a female pit bull and a female Labrador mix, were
captured and quarantined. Neither dog had identification.
Kennedy says if no one claims the animals after 10 days, the
dogs likely will be euthanized.
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