BAINBRIDGE, GA (WALB) - All five of those dogs that attacked a Bainbridge woman have been captured, killed, and tested for rabies.
None of the dogs tested positive so 73-year-old Joanne Johns won't have to undergo rabies treatments.
She underwent more surgery Friday and is expected to recover.
Johns suffered serious wounds all over her body during the attack as she walked along Johnny Skipper Road Monday morning.
The Sheriff's office wants the public to know all stray dogs in the area have been rounded up by animal control workers.
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