It has been a problem for a number of years with potential dangerous dogs within the community where the owners do not comply with the legislation. Both the administration and the president of the community have been informed about the situation long time ago, but they seem to have been avoiding to fulfill their duties to take action to solve the problem.
Besides that potential dangerous dogs must have a muzzle on and be on a lead, the owner also must have a license and a liability insurance that covers up to 175.000 EUR per claim in case of damage caused by the dog. It is important for any community to know that every owner of potential dangerous dogs within the community has a valid license and a liability insurance.
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- Real Decreto 287/2002, de 22 de marzo, por el que se desarrolla la Ley 50/1999, de 23 de diciembre, sobre el régimen jurídico de la tenencia de animales potencialmente peligrosos
- Ley 50/1999, de 23 de diciembre, sobre el Régimen Jurídico de la Tenencia de Animales Potencialmente Peligrosos