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POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS DOGS IN COMMUNITY OF OWNERS

Before entering to read the post, I recommend you watch the video https://youtu.be/p--k1Dm1gZM, POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS DOGS: RESPONSIBILITY.

 

In the post, I am writing you about how POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS DOGS SHOULD BE KEPT IN THE COMMUNITY OF OWNERS.

I refer to the following areas of the community: portal, stairs, elevators, common areas, storage rooms, garages, entrances, etcetera.

The moment we leave our home, we are already in common areas, and the rules established in those areas must be met.

In common areas, potentially dangerous dogs should be led on a chain or a non-extendable leash of less than two meters and with a muzzle suitable for their breed. Wearing them like this will save us fines and civil liability.

Two examples:

  • We leave our apartment with our dog and go down the stairs to our car that is in the community garage. We carry the dog on a 70-centimeter leash and his muzzle.
  • We leave the house with our dog, we take the elevator to reach the portal and go out into the street. The dog is loose and without a muzzle until he is tied up in the street.
  • What is the difference between two examples? In the first, the dog is going correctly so it cannot be fined and there is no civil liability. In the second, the dog does not go correctly since he is not tied or has his muzzle, so he can be fined and there is civil liability.

 

 

 

Remember that whenever your potentially dangerous dog transit through common areas or public roads, he must be tied with a chain or non-extendable leash of less than two meters and a muzzle appropriate to his breed.

 

 

 

 

Copyright Abogada Nathalie González y Mediadora, Creadora de Objetivo Cero Víctimas.

 

 

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