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City denies dangerous animal appeal, 14 dogs on list so far

10:53 PM, Jul. 15, 2013
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Wausau heard and denied its second appeal Monday of a dangerous animal since granting the police chief the ability to designate animals as dangerous in January.

Paris Wanta appeared before the Wausau Public Health and Safety Committee on Monday to appeal the designation of his two dogs, a German short hair and a husky, as dangerous after they were said to have attacked several smaller dogs that were being walked past his house on the city's southwest side.

Once an animal is determined to be dangerous, it must have a short leash, collar, be muzzled when off the property, and be fenced or kenneled ...

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