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Dachshund charged with biting veterinary technician in Colorado brings attention to dog bite laws



  • Amanda C. Strosahl 6 years ago

    Thank you for the information on Indiana dog bite laws. So far we've had no problems with our dogs, but you can never be too careful.

    Poor Spork. The charges seem a little severe under the circumstances. Our vet considers bites part of his business. He says he's antagonizing the animal by causing discomfort during treatment, so it's his fault if he doesn't stay out of the way.

    Indianapolis Healthy Living Examiner
    Sims Examiner

  • Eileen Miller 6 years ago

    If a vet tech/assist. doesn't want to get bit they shouldn't be in that line of work. To kill a dog because of a one time bite when he was in pain and frightened is a real shame. I worked in the medical field for many years and none of the patients that assulted me physically or verbally were ever put to sleep as it came with the territory and my job. I really pray that the city changes it's mind on this matter.

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