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Dog owners will soon be held responsible for the injuries their dangerous dogs inflict on other people. Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed House Bill 685 into law yesterday. HB 685 defines how Georgia will crack down on punishing those owners of dangerous dogs who do not take proper procedures to handle them. HB 685 defines the process of determining whether or not a dog is dangerous and then the guidelines for keeping dangerous dogs. Mainly, if a dog is considered dangerous, the owner must have the dog micro chipped and have insurance that covers up to $50,000 in dog damages.
The owner of a dangerous dog that injures someone can face state-mandated penalties, according the AJC.