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Rotterdam looks to put some teeth in dog law

Board to consider jail time for owners of vicious animals

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In only a few moments, Samson was involved in two vicious attacks in the vicinity of Evergreen Avenue. The mixed-breed pit bull walked a short distance from his owner’s home and bit a woman twice as she stood on the porch of her residence. A short time later, the dog traveled several doors down to Pansy Street, where he again climbed the steps to a private residence and mauled a German shepherd residing there. Rotterdam’s ...

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