Second dog in Nampa Police attack questioned
Investigators debate whether or not dog should be considered vicious and released to its owner. Video by IdahoOnYourSide.comvideo
Nampa city leaders held a meeting today to discuss the second dog involved in an attack on police officers last week.
Officers shot one pitbull and took another into custody. Now that dog's fate is on the line. The city is considering whether or not to deem the dog vicious under city code.
The owner says he was in the shower when the attack took place. And his brother-in-law left the door open, letting th dogs out. He claims his dog has never attacked anyone before.
The committee is expected to reach a decision soon. If the dog is considered viscous, the owner will have to build a better fence, put up signs and register the dog. He will also be required to tattoo the dog and muzzle him if he goes out in public.