Perkasie, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/31/2014 -- A December 27, 2014 dog attack in Philadelphia, PA brought to the public's attention the issue of using lethal force to stop a PA dog attack. As reported on philly.com on 12/30/14, an unleashed Cane Corso attacked a Pekingese and its owner.
Witness Ryan Collerd told reporter William Bender that the Pekingese apparently suffered massive head and facial injuries. Its owner, an off-duty Philly police officer, fired multiple shots at the Cane Corso to stop the attack.
PA DOG LAW
Section 459-501 of the PA Dog Law permits the killing of a dog while it is in the act of pursuing/wounding/killing an animal or human being. The PA Dog Law provides complete immunity to a person who reasonably acts to take this defensive action.
PA DOG BITE LAWYER
Pennsylvania dog bite lawyer, Thomas J. Newell reminds all dog owners to keep their dogs leashed and under the control of a responsible person. Reckless and/or negligent dog owners can be prosecuted by PA Dog Wardens if they violate the PA Dog Law.
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