SAN TAN VALLEY, AZ – A 2-year-old girl was taken to the hospital Wednesday after she was bitten by her family’s dog at their San Tan Valley home.

A Rural Metro Fire Department spokesman said crews responded to the home near Bella Vista Road and Hunt Highway around 2 p.m.

The girl was transported to a nearby hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Pinal County spokesman Joe Pyritz told ABC15 the Golden Retriever-Chow mix was removed from the home by animal control officers who will keep the dog for 10 days, which is standard procedure in these types of situations.

It goes right along to show you can never be too careful, some animals are just that and absolute animals. Even the familys pet could be playing fetch one minute and rabid the next. Not a single person could of seen this coming. Now dont get me wrong there could be so many other factors here that I am just not seeing yet but I honestly doubt. I am seeing a suburban white home kids are probably in private schools and you know damn well that dog went to obidience school.

Where is the outrage, where is the crying and signs being waved in protest? they are no whee to be found. lets just sit in silence as usual.

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