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TravelPod Member ReviewsRodeway Inn Evans
on 05/10/10 i was a guest at the motel 6 in evans colorado and was walking toward my room when a man who worked for the motel as maintenace aproached me with a very large bulldog.as he was aprochjng i asked him if his dog would bite and he replied that the dog wouldnt bite so i continued in my direction. when they were within a few feet of me i kinda paused and squated down so that i wouldnt seem like any kind of threat to the dog.when they got within the dogs leash distance
the dog londged at me and bit me on the throat.i went straight to my room so that i could look in the mirror to see how bad my injury was.i was bleeding quite a bit from puncture wounds that were left behind from the bite. blood began to soak my shirt and chest.at that time it occured to me that i had better ask the owners of the dog if it had all its shots.i went to the front desk and spoke with the manager who is the girl freind and co-owner of the dog.i informed her that i had been bitten by their dog and she told me that she thought it was best if i left the property and if i didnt that she would call police and have me removed. i told her to call an ambulance also.the police were called as was the ambulance and i was told by police that the owner who was on the property wanted me to leave.i was treated for my wounds at the greeley hospital.i have tried many times to speak with the owner and he has hung up on me.
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