My Dog Has Been Deemed Dangerous. Now What?
Finding out that your dog has been deemed dangerous can be an emotional experience. Compounding these emotions is the challenge of navigating what’s next, prompting questions and confusion. Finding the right people and resources can be like finding a needle in a haystack.
DogGoneInsurance.com is here to help. You will be met with a culture of acceptance, professionalism, and dedication to your unique situation. We collaborate as a team to help you with insurance, dog training, and legal services, working together with you to navigate the Dangerous Dog repeal process with a common goal of removing the Dangerous Dog designation so that your dog can safely return to your community.
How the program works:
Traditionally, after your dog has been designated dangerous, next steps include:
We strive to work with owners to safely return their dogs to the community, balancing the needs of public safety with the recognition that dogs should not receive a lifetime designation if the owner has proactively addressed the problematic behaviors. While our experienced and knowledgeable team has seen great success with this program, we cannot guarantee that the Dangerous Dog designation will be removed. Much of our success depends on your level of commitment – we work for you!