The two pit bulls that attacked an Omaha couple and their dog Sunday night could be released from impoundment if their owner can prove that they are up to date on rabies shots.
Pam Wiese, spokeswoman for the Nebraska Humane Society, said the dogs were picked up after the attack and impounded on a 10-day rabies hold. If the dogs have been vaccinated, they can spend the remainder of that supervised impoundment at home, she said.
The dogs attacked an Omaha couple who were walking their miniature poodle in Benson about 6:45 p.m. Sunday. The couple’s home is around the