In October, just a few months after a woman moved in, she was attacked by her neighbor’s dog. On Saturday, she was informed by code enforcement that the dog she was attacked by was not deemed to be dangerous.

Nadine Nardi and her Chihuahua were both attacked by the dog.

While code enforcement told her the dog wasn’t dangerous, her thousands of dollars in hospital and veterinarian bills reflect differently.

Now, Nardi is worried that others will also be attacked by the same dog. “I would urge them to be responsible. It’s sad that we’re not protected.”

Nardi says she and her husband are still working with the homeowners association and with a lawyer to possibly get help with medical bills.

Source: winknews

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