AUSTIN (KXAN) - A woman was recovering Thursday after she was attacked by two dogs in South Austin.
Police said the woman was walking along West Gate Boulevard about 4:45 a.m. when two dogs started to chase her. She ran back to her home and called police.
When officers arrived, they saw the two dogs right away.
"One of the dogs charged at the officers and one of the dogs was tazed," Austin police officer Vanessa Bremner said.
Officers cited the dog's owner for allowing the dogs to be out.
Hours later, the woman needed EMS because one of the dogs bit her. The woman told police she does not want to press charges.
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