A woman called police Wednesday afternoon, saying a pit bull that she was taking care of was attacking her.
Police arrived and found find a male pit bull in the front yard. The dog quickly turned aggressive towards the officers, police information officer Rodney Brown said.
A woman was screaming inside the home, and another dog, later identified as a female pit boxer, was underneath the home.
To enable emergency workers to get inside to care for the victim, officers tasered the aggressive male dog.
Emergency workers then tended to the victim. She was taken to Great Plains Regional Medical center, where she was treated for several puncture wounds, Brown said.
Officers continued to watch the male dog until Animal Control Officers captured and seized the dog.
The second female dog was also sedated, restrained and transported to the animal shelter along with the male, Brown said.
The owner of the dogs and family member of the victim were notified. The male dog has been deemed dangerous and both remain quarantined, Brown said.
Police arrived at the home at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday. The home was in the 2300 block of East Philip, part of the Key Estates Mobile Home Park, Brown said.
This report was clarified Wednesday afternoon.