UPDATE: DNA Test Results Show Dog That Bite Child is Not a Wolf-Hybrid

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UPDATE

WEDNESDAY 6/11/2018 3:15 p.m.

The DNA test results have been released on a dog that bite a child in Green Bay.

The incident happened on May 17th. 

DNA shows the dog is not a wolf-dog hybrid and the dog has been returned to the owner.

The Green Bay Police Department is requesting a citation for keeping an exotic animal be dismissed.

ORIGINAL STORY

WEDNESDAY 6/6/2018 10:21 a.m.

An animal suspected of being a wolf-dog hybrid has been returned to its owner pending DNA test results.

The dog was first taken into custody in May after biting a child.

Officials with the Wisconsin Humane Society Green Bay Campus confirmed to Local Five that the dog was kept on a 10-day bite quarantine, and has been released as any other dog would be.

A DNA test is currently pending.

If the results of that test reveal that the dog is indeed a wolf hybrid, officials say additional steps will be taken.

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