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Are Dog Owners Liable for Bites?

By Jason Bottlinger on November 20, 2020

Dogs are often considered man’s best friend, but it is important to remember that their behavior is largely dependent on their owners. We have all seen the vast difference between an untrained, rowdy dog that doesn’t obey commands and an obedient and trustworthy dog. This is why Nebraska state laws hold owners at fault when their dogs attack.

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The Very Real Danger of Fake Service Dogs

By Jason Bottlinger on January 16, 2018

Service dogs provide an amazing and crucial service for people living with disabilities.

Unfortunately, some people have used these dogs’ recent popularity as an opportunity to break the rules. Fake service dogs, which are really just pets in fancy vests, do not provide critical services or help save lives. These animals present a danger to actual service dogs, as well as to children, since they are not trained the way service dogs are.
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Laying Down the “Leash” Law in Omaha

By Jason Bottlinger on July 17, 2017

When you decide to become a pet owner, probably the first thing you think about is the companionship and the unconditional love.

But do you think about pet laws?

Responsibility for a pet goes further than taking your pet out for walks, training it, and making sure it has all the right shots.

As a pet owner, you are liable for anything your pet does. It is up to you to ensure that any aggressive behavior is corrected early on. It’s also a good idea to know the laws in your area that pertains to pets, so you are up-to-date with any new ordinances.
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