FREEPORT — Two bulldogs that attacked a 65-year-old Freeport woman and sent her to the hospital with bites to her ear and shoulder are scheduled to be euthanized.

Animal welfare officials say it was the second unprovoked attack on a human in weeks.

Both dogs were quarantined at the Coastal Humane Society following the attack last Thursday.

On June 17, the two dogs also bit a teenage boy in an incident that did not require emergency medical transport.

Karen Stimpson, executive director of Coastal Humane Society, tells The Times Record that both dogs were up to date on shots and did not pose a danger of transmitting rabies.

Stimpson says after a 10-day quarantine, town officials determined that the dogs will be put down.

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