Dog protection question
I heard a story of a person's Pomeranian get mauled and killed by a larger dog. However, the larger dog was within its fenced yard. The owner of the large dog ended up having to pay for damages and his dog put down.
My question is how does this make sense? I'm sure the large dog was raised to guard its property. This raises another question. If dogs by law are only considered as property, would owning one, for protection, fall into a right to bear arms?
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