A leashed dog is the law
It has happened, likely, to almost everyone. You’re out for walk at the beach, the park or a trail, and you see a dog roaming free. The dog, about that same time, sees you, starts barking and comes running. The
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i lost my 3lb Yorkie who i loved dearly to an unleashed and unattended dog. This vicious and dangerous dog attacked my baby on my private and gated porch while i was watering my plants 3 feet away. i tried with all my might to defend my baby and fight this dog who was almost as large as me…i failed to save my little sweet baby. This was 8 months ago and i am still traumatized- i can still see images of the vicious dog jumping over the gate and brutally killing my little baby. People need to be educated and understand that all dogs no matter their personality or size – need to be leashed at all times when they are not contained in their own homes or fenced property. Nobody should suffer the way me and my little one has suffered. You never know how your dog will react to a situation and when they react it is fast and almost always there is someone or something that is going to be hurt or scared.