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.
Supreme Court of South Dakota.
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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