No. 10105.

127 N.W.2d 433 (1964)

Dorothy WARWICK, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. Marjorie MULVEY, Defendant and Appellant.

Supreme Court of South Dakota.

April 10, 1964.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

T. R. Johnson, Danforth, Danforth & Johnson, Sioux Falls, for defendant and appellant.

Gene E. Pruitt, Willy, Pruitt & Matthews, Sioux Falls, for plaintiff and respondent.

BIEGELMEIER, Presiding Judge.

This appeal involves two neighbors and the actions of Frosty, a dog, of which animal Lord Byron said was in life man's firmest friend, first to welcome, foremost to defend. Plaintiff's amended complaint charged defendant was the owner of a dangerous dog of a vicious and mischievous disposition, accustomed to jumping on and attacking persons, all of which was well known to defendant; that plaintiff was thrown to the ground and injured...


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