Thursday, April 20, 2006

Dog Bite Statute

It shall be the first duty of all persons, who
Have knowledge that a dog has bitten or injured,
To immediately report on what occurred
And to state where the subject dog has gotten to.
Whomever owns said dog shall soon confine it, through
A manner to prevent further harm incurred
And shall for twelve days observe if its rage be cured,
After which time inspections shall begin anew.

If said dog is stray, the owner’s role shall be filled
By the police, who shall test it for rabies, plus
Dispense treatment as the State Dog Warden directs.
If diagnosed as rabid, the dog shall be killed
Without delay; lest the same harm should come to us
As when Hitler raged war on our rabbit subjects.

End Resolution 1441.


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