St. Augustine Dog Bites Two People Near St. Augustine High School – Animal Control Removes the Dog

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In St. Augustine, Florida, First Coast News reported that two people were recently bitten / attacked by a dog that was not restrained by a fence or leash. The dog bite incidents took place near St. Augustine High School. The incidents resulted in calls to the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office and the St. Johns County Fire Department as well as St. Johns County Animal Control. Dogs that are not restrained can be a danger to residents in the neighborhood, pedestrians, and bicyclists. It is important that all dog owners maintain control of their dogs and know where there dogs are at all times. Fences should be secured and other safety precautions should be maintained to otherwise control the dog. See Two People Bit by Dog in St. Augustine, Florida.
Dog leash laws vary from county to county. See Florida Dog Leash Laws – County by County. See also Florida Dangerous Dog Laws – County by County.

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