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Dangerous dog alerts proposed after Schenectady attack

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The recent killing of a small dog by two larger dogs in Schenectady is prompting a proposal for a statewide dangerous dog alert system. Assemblyman James Tedisco, R-Glenville, is calling for state legislation requiring online alerts when anyone is convicted of having a dangerous dog. He said Templeton, a Schenectady terrier, would not have died if his owner had known there were dangerous dogs on Dean Street. “If she had known ... she wouldn’t have ...

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smallvoice
July 18, 2014
8:40 a.m.

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If they don't have a license, how can they be on a registry? The Albany dogs were unlicensed. It was not reported if the Schenectady dogs were licensed or not.

SchenectadyScott
July 18, 2014
9:23 a.m.

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Smallvoice...what is being asked is "legislation requiring online alerts when anyone is convicted of having a dangerous dog."...being licensed has no requirement when someone is convicted of having a dangerous dog, you have a dog licensed or not and have a record off attacking and and convicted......People have the right to know the general area of where not to walk your dog, and to be on alert of this being a dangerous area, just on the record of convictions of that person having a dangerous dog in that area. If I know there is a dangerous dog on this particular street...I am not going to walk my dog on that street, plain and simple. It was clearly stated in the piece.

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