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My dog, staying at a kennel while I was out of town, was mauled (throat and chest ripped open) by another dog. He was not found for over an hour (vet said - body temp down 20 deg.). Kennel owners originally said they couldn't identify the culprit dog. Now they've told me "that dog" was to be evaluated by a behavior specialist last week. The kennel will reimburse me for vet costs, and pay $800 toward costs of getting a new dog. They've asked me to sign a release before they'll pay. Can I require that I be notified of the disposition of the other dog (whether it be retrained or put down)? My dog's injuries were those of prey, not typical dog fight injuries. The other animal could be very dangerous.
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