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I own a feed store, and have a kennel on the property. A

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I own a feed store, and have a kennel on the property. A lady runs the kennel. On June 13th a dog bite one of the employees (N) of the kennel. She went to emergency room received a couple of stiches and did not miss anytime. In August two employees (N) and (L) used a crap net to corral my 4lb dog, I told them I was not happy with how they handled my dog. Later they were laughing about the incident (P) the lady that runs the kennel got on to them and (L) quit. Now (N) wants compensation for the injury. She is starting to question the design of the building, there is not a door between the grooming area and boarding area and claims hat led to the injury. The owner of the dog knew the dog was dangerous, an 80lb dog. What are my legal obligations.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  legalgems replied 1 year ago.

What state is this in regards ***** *****?

Also, what was "N"s position as employee?

Is it standard protocol to have a door between the grooming area and boarding area?

Was the dog loose when it bit "N"?

Lastly did the owner inform anyone in control at the clinic that the dog was dangerous?