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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Petrone v. Fernandez

... it is or should be clear that, just as in a `dog bite' case, a vicious propensity must be shown in an alleged `dog chase' case," and that "[n]o such showing has or can be made.". ... "[W]hen harm is caused by a domestic animal, its owner's liability is determined solely by application ...

Christian v. Petco Animal Supplies Stores, Inc.

... strict liability for damages caused by a dog bite, a plaintiff must prove that "the dog had vicious propensities 708 and that the owner of the dog, or person in control of the premises where the dog was, knew or should have known of such propensities" (Claps v Animal Haven, Inc ...

Gannon v. Conti

... 706 Defendants assert that their dog was not trained to attack and that the use of the bite sleeve was mere "play" in the form of "tug-o-war." However, even if the activity is interpreted as purely playful from the dog's perspective, "`an animal that behaves in a manner that would ...