This depends on the state you live in, so if you really want to know, you will have to consult with a local lawyer.
If your dog has already bitten someone in the past, and now has bitten someone again (no matter how minor), he will likely be declared a dangerous dog even if he is not euthanized by animal control. If you are able to take him for a walk in the future, you need to walk your dog with a basket muzzle. A basket muzzle allows him to breathe normally, but he is not able to bite.
This muzzle might save his life. https://pethelpful.com/dogs/dog-to-dog-aggression
My Bijon Chitzsu was recently killed by a larger off-leash dog. My dog was on leash which was attached to a collar. The dog appeared suddenly, and I had little time to react. My dog pulled herself out of her collar, ran into the woods, was chased, and killed. I feel terrible that I didn’t have time to pick her up. What else could I have done?
How do I get my cat to love me? He used to always play with me, sit with me and wait for me to come home. Now, he never greets me, never sits with me and never sleeps in my bed. He’s an indoor cat, and as I’m so busy, I barely have any time to play with him. I want to make him happier and show him I love him. I want us to be close again.
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