ORANGE PARK, Fla. -- Scott Endy is still nursing injuries as he and his chocolate lab were attacked by three pit bulls in their Woodside Drive neighborhood.
Endy was bitten on his hand, his lab was bitten on her neck and leg.
"The concern I have -- they cannot produce any rabies -- they have not been able to produce that documentation," said Endy, who documented with pictures the injuries he and his lab received.
Miguel Daly said he doesn't know how his pit bulls got loose.
"My dogs got out and into a pit fight," said Daly, who said his dogs have shots, are leashed and are not vicious.
Daly said his dogs are in house quarantine right now.
Clay County Animal Care and Control would only say the incident incident is under investigation.
Adrenne Gore, who was driving by and saw the attack last Thursday afternoon, stopped to help.
"Unreal and very, very scary," she said.
Gore said at one point during the attack, one man was using a shovel to separate the pit bulls from the lab.
Endy, who was walking his dog when the pit bulls went after him, said among his concerns are children in the neighborhood who would be helpless in defending themselves.
First Coast News