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Dog deal bites Schenectady

Whereabouts of canines accused of killing smaller dog uncertain

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The dangerous dogs seized by police last month have now gone missing. The two canines leaped out a window at a Dean Street home, ran across the street and killed Templeton, a smaller dog being walked nearby. The dogs had already been declared dangerous after a similar attack in August 2013. This time, police took the dogs to the new city shelter. But then Deputy Corporation Counsel Carl Falotico agreed to a deal with the ...


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safny
July 31, 2014
4:11 p.m.

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Typical Carl Falotico - when a judge issued an order that my neighbor could not own, live with or have a dog and he kept it - Carl told me I should be thankful the guy put up a fence. This was after the dog got out unleahsed at LEAST 20 times and attacked my dog and someone else's. Who would have agreed to this nonsense?? Great job Carl.

kmackey
July 31, 2014
4:26 p.m.

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Why are we using Milton Manor to house dangerous dogs? The place is run by groomers and kennel assistants. http://www.news10.com/story/16915197/sch...

kopacham
August 1, 2014
1:05 a.m.

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Maybe Schenectady can take a note from Rotterdam and paint a scarlet letter on the sidewalks/streets of dangerous dog owners. Rotterdam painted a white square (their scarlet letter) in front of houses for people who signed a waver not to have their landscape-lawn debris picked up by town trucks after the supervisor shifted the responsibility to a fee basis to keep under the taxing cap as part of the Cuomo town tax limit program. Fee = tax under a different name. Next it will be for police service.

summer
August 1, 2014
12:11 p.m.

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hmmmmmm why in one part of article it is stating that they don't go on dean st but yet they are on it and spotted the dogs and looked at it for some time

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