I am glad that Ms. Balduf is ok. I am keeping my fingers crossed for the dog. I am a local, and find the Waldmiller's to be a quiet family who mind their own business. Maybe the dog will be contained in a different manner; though it was probably just doing it's job. None the less, biting is not appropriate.
Woman bit by dog on Snipery Road was trying to make purchases at yard sale
Submitted by Howard Owens on June 20, 2012 - 6:56am
A woman who was bit by a dog Thursday on Snipery Road in Corfu was shopping at a yard sale, according to Trooper Steven Brady, who investigated the incident.
After selecting some items for purchase, Suzanne R. Balduf, of Alleghany Road, Corfu, went to the front door at 9352 Snipery Road, Corfu, and knocked.
The dog barked and bounded toward the door. Brady said it isn't clear how the door opened. The dog may have hit the latch or the door may have just popped open when he jumped against it.
Balduf sustained dog bites on her arm and leg.
After Brady took the initial report, the case was turned over to Animal Control.
As is routine, the dog is being quarantined for 10 days, but Deputy Chief Gordon Dibble said the dog, owned by Susan M. Waldmiller, is up-to-date on its shots and had all of its tags.
There were no citations issued.