Once a dog is labeled “dangerous” or “potentially dangerous” in Mission Hills, owners must either remove the animal from within city limits or follow a list of requirements to stay, such as keeping the dog confined to a fenced-in yard and attaching a muzzle when it’s off its property.
Once a dog is labeled “dangerous” or “potentially dangerous” in Mission Hills, owners must either remove the animal from within city limits or follow a list of requirements to stay, such as keeping the dog confined to a fenced-in yard and attaching a muzzle when it’s off its property. File photo
Once a dog is labeled “dangerous” or “potentially dangerous” in Mission Hills, owners must either remove the animal from within city limits or follow a list of requirements to stay, such as keeping the dog confined to a fenced-in yard and attaching a muzzle when it’s off its property. File photo

‘Potentially dangerous’ dogs get a way to clear their name in Mission Hills

May 09, 2017 10:50 AM

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