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What legal action can I take if my dog was attacked through a fence by another dog and sustained multiple injuries?

Question Details: I was playing fetch with my 2 dogs in my yard that is next to my neighbor's yard. While my dog was retrieving his ball, 5 other dogs were released in their yard. Somehow they got a hold of my dog and tore into him. I ran and held onto my dog for dear life while attempting to get him released. Screaming on the top of my lungs for help. Eventually, they released their grip and I rushed my dog to the ER. I filed a police report. The police gave my info to the owner of the other dogs without my consent resulting in a phone call from him. After going over the facts with him, I requested that he pay for the vet bills. He stated absolutely not. I proceeded to say that our conversation had ended. He called me back and attempted to argue with me again. I restated that we no longer had any more to discuss. I need compensation for the vet bill at the very least.

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