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|. by Kylekent59: 11:23pm On Dec 01, 2018|
|Re: . by gwenzence(m): 12:40am On Dec 02, 2018|
You are to be held responsible because for your to bite someone till death it will require a serious fight and barking. You suppose don wake up from sleep
|Re: . by bassdow(m): 8:22am On Dec 02, 2018|
Just call the Police and lay a complain.
In my Opinion, the Burglar has Trespassed a Restricted Area.
Also learn to Train your Dogs only to Kill as a Last Resort.
Also pray the Stranger could be identified as a Burglar else Nigerian Police might waste your time unnecessarily.
One way to avoiding such is putting up a Sign that Dogs are in such Premises.
Also if there's Evidence the Burglar Scaled a fence or Forced his way in, then no case against you.
In fact, just calling attention of Law Enforcement Officers is more than enough to get the Burglar out of the premises .
As for Whom to be Blamed - it's the Trespasser
|Re: . by fowlyansh181(m): 4:23pm On Dec 02, 2018|
I have a question of my own, if I am walking my dog minding my own business and then someone walks up to me or close to me and starts petting or playing with my dog and gets bitten, does he or she have any right to take it up against me?
|Re: . by space9880: 11:50pm On Dec 02, 2018|
it cannot happen in Nigeria
|Re: . by fowlyansh181(m): 12:11am On Dec 03, 2018|
space9880:you are that sure I am in Nigeria? And also that sure it can’t happen in Nigeria?
|Re: . by Nobody: 10:58pm On Dec 03, 2018|
Me if my dogs kill a burglar and if there are no witnesses, i will cut up his body parts and feed it to my dogs.
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