Remember that possibly rabid puppy that was given to a man at a grocery store in Bryan? That puppy no longer poses a Bryan dog bite injury or Bryan rabies risk, according to The Eagle.

The puppy, a male blue heeler that a person gave to a man in a supermarket parking lot, was thought to be a Bryan dog bite injury risk when litter mates to the puppy tested positive for rabies.

Neither the dog nor its new owner could be located last week when the dog was thought to be a potential Bryan dog bite injury risk. However, the man was located and the dog was tested and proven not to be rabid.

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by Daniel Stark Injury Lawyers |