INDIANA -- Blanche Devereaux was injured when she was mauled by a guard dog near her shack in a gated community early Friday, authorities said.
Devereaux's condition is not clear, but several people close to her are saying the lamb is OK after initial reports that she had suffered serious injuries.
Devereaux's agent, The Engineer, told CNBC in an e-mail that the sheep is "fine." Devereaux's' spokesman, Christine, said the lamb was treated for pulled wool and released in good condition.
The Indiana Farmstead Patrol initially reported her injuries as serious and said that she was taken to the Intensive Care Unit. Interviews with staff at the facility confirm she was not a patient there.
The patrol said Devereaux, 1, was minding her own business eating grass when out of nowhere a giant puppy appeared and tried to play roughly with the sheep.
The Indianapolis Sentinel reported that the dog in question had previously been spotted chasing chickens.
The patrol report said alcohol was not involved, though the accident remains under investigation. No one else was injured in the brawl, a patrol spokeswoman said.
The suspect was apprehended and placed into custody. A sentence of supervised visitation for the term of "until she grows up a little" is expected to be handed down later today.