The Town of Lancaster removed her from her home after she
The owner of the bull mastiff wants action. In a deposition she says:
“Her dog had 4 puncture wounds, two split nails and a 3 inch gash in her leg.”
She doesn't want "another animal or child to be scarred or killed by this vicious animal."
She requests the dog be put down.
The deposition says Gypzsi has attacked before.
Speaker says that's not true. She says Gypszi is a "loving" dog.
Gypzsi's case will be in Lancaster town court on Thursday.
Speaker's lawyer, Matt Albert, is trying to reach a deal with the bull mastiff's owner, who could not be reached for this story. Albert doubts Gypszi will be put down because he believes the dog was trying to protect a child.
“If dogs think they are protecting an individual or a family member than they are exempt from being found dangerous under the law,” said Albert.
(WKBW - May 31, 2017)