It's a Man-Bite-Man World
NEW YORK - MAY 23: A woman takes several dogs for a walk in Washington Square Park May 23, 2005 in New York City. A renovation is planned for the Greenwich Village park which includes installing a perimeter fence, relocating the signature fountain by approximately 20 feet to line up with the Washington Square Arch, moving both dog runs as well as restructuring pathways. Community reaction has been mixed to the changes, but the $16 million dollar renovation is slated to begin this summer. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)
Monday, May 24, 2010 Updated at 6:15 PM EST
It wasn't quite man-bites-dog, but there were men and there were dogs and there was biting.
The Rockland County sheriff's office says one man bit another during a fight over a couple of dogs at a suburban park.
Capt. William Barbera says two dog owners got into it Sunday night. One didn't like the way their pets were playing at the dog-park section of Kennedy Dells county park in New City.
Barbera says a third man tried to break up the fight. One of the combatants bit him on the wrist.
The captain said Monday afternoon that no arrests had been made but the case was still being investigated.
New City is 28 miles north of New York City.