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The owners of dogs declared potentially vicious or vicious will struggle if not fail to locally obtain liability insurance that would be required under a proposed county dog ordinance.
The ordinance, which is scheduled for a second reading Jan. 19 by the Anderson County Fiscal Court, would require owners of potentially vicious dogs to obtain $100,000 in liability insurance, and vicious dog owners to obtain $500,000.
Doing so won’t likely be easy and could be very expensive, insurance agents said last week.
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