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 by Dawn Watson


So you say that Fido was out in the yard and suddenly, you hear a ruckus. Someone is screaming and a couple of dogs seem to be duking it out, close by. You realize that one of the dogs you hear is Fido.


Here’s what to do if your dog is involved in an attack and seems to be the instigator: Banner

  • Grab a leash and head for the fight
  • Pull your dog off the other dog and immediately leash him and take him home
  • Return to the scene of the fight and exchange identification—name, address, phone number, email
  • Offer to drive the other dog and/or the human to the veterinarian or hospital
  • Let the dog owner know you are willing to pay for any bills incurred by your dog as long as they show you the receipts for care
  • If you are unable to pay the injured parties a lump sum arrange a payment plan
  • If you have homeowner’s insurance contact the company and see if your pet is covered for injuries incurred

It’s not easy to admit your dog is at fault but sometimes, being a responsible pet owner means having to say you’re sorry!

If you have any questions please email me at Brotherofthewolf@comcast.net or call me at 856-981-8957. As always, Cleary’s Notebook encourages comments so please feel free to do so.

Wado udohiyu (Thank you very much in the Cherokee language)

Dawn Watson

Owner and Lead Trainer, Brother of the Wolf, LLC