One of the dogs deemed dangerous two weeks will get another lease on life after a Connecticut rescue agreed to take him.
The Public Safety Committee on July 6 had voted to euthanize two dogs deemed to be dangers to the community. A third dog was given a chance for rehoming, if possible.
The euthanization of Piglet and Pretty Boy was put on hold when the owner, Luis Torres, said he was appealing the decision through the courts. But on Monday, the city's attorney, Gregg Corbo, said Torres had agreed to having Piglet put down and for Pretty Boy and the third dog, Crook, to be surrendered to the rescue organization and removed from the state of Massachusetts.
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