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A photo of a happy adopted dog was all the evidence the police needed

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Evidence

When they were establishing the adoption, Dan and Kristina had followed all of the regulations. Kristina was permitted to have bulldogs in her house legally, and Dan had formally registered the four-legged companion as an American bulldog.

Nevertheless, the cops showed no concern. This was unusual, as all of the evidence seemed to indicate that Diggy was not a pit bull at all.

The hearing

On the day of the hearing, it was tremendously crowded. Many individuals had come to show their support, with the implicit notion that terrible owners should be punished rather than an entire dog breed. People were astonished to hear experts declare that a Chihuahua would bite a person before a pit bull. There was, however, an effective case to be made. For example, only 22 of the 41 deadly dog attacks resulted from pit bulls.

The outcome

The case to remove Diggy from his home was dropped after an extended and difficult procedure. The prosecution’s argument to have him removed from his house was rejected. Furthermore, the law has been updated as well. From that moment forward, determining a dog’s breed would be the responsibility of a veterinarian rather than the police. Dan decided to have some fun with Diggy. The two went to the nearest coffee shop to get a pupuchino. Dan would never have to worry about Diggy being taken away from him again, one way or another.

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