Thursday, December 03, 2020

PA: Woman Cited after Her Dogs were Shot for Harrassing Livestock

Pennsylvania, as with nearly all states, allows people to shoot dogs which are attacking/endangering the animals which they own. The dog owners are responsible for the action of their dogs. 

MIDDLEBURY CENTER, Pa. (WETM) – A Tioga County woman has been cited for failing to confine her dogs after they ran into her neighbors’ yard and were shot.

In October, 18 News talked to Tanya Smith after her two German Shepherds (Kimber and Minka) were shot by her neighbor when they crossed onto his property and harassed his two livestock whitetail deer.

According to State Police, the deer were injuring themselves against their fence enclosure while trying to escape from the dogs.

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