Owners to fail to leash aggressive dogs should not be allowed to bring their dogs on base
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Owners of aggressive dogs that do not follow the leash policy set in place should be held liable for any damages done during any attack following and should be banned from bringing any dogs on base.
On 03/10/2018 my husband and I took our 5 month old puppy to the MCAS New River Dog park and it was attacked by a dog. It was around 1:30 pm. There was three attacks done to our dog. The third time the dog was attacked, I was holding it in my arms. The owner of the dog fled the scene and through social media, I located her. I will not release her name publicly for her own protection. My puppy was in the emergency room all night and died at 830pm. The next day we reported this issue to PMO who got into contact with animal services. Animal services allegedly took the woman to court without notifying us. We never heard anything from base again. This is not about money or revenge. She is refusing to help us pay anything to help with the medical bills or the cost of the dog after telling us upfront via message that she is at fault and would. We sent them a promissory note asking for the costs stretched out over a year in affordable payments and they failed to sign. My husband are now left with nothing but empty hearts and debt on top of it. This is about making sure this doesn't happen to anyone else's animals and that she takes responsibility. Please help us take the owner of the dog to court for negligence so they have to pay for the damages (medical bills and cost of the dog) and face their consequences. RIP Chloe 20171017-20180310
This woman should have leashed her dog after the FIRST attack. Owners of aggressive dogs that do not follow the leash policy set in place should be held liable for any damages done during any attack following and should be banned from bringing any dogs on base.
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