Montrose dogs not deemed dangerous by SPCA

Two Montrose dogs that were believed to be dangerous are not, according to an SPCA spokesperson.

Two Montrose dogs that were believed to be dangerous are not, according to an SPCA spokesperson.

Contrary to information relayed to the Village of Montrose concerning a dog attack, two Montrose dogs have not been declared as dangerous.

At the time of the regular council meeting June 4, members of the village council concluded that the incident was taken care of by the SPCA and revisited which bylaws applied to dogs in the village.

The SPCA, however, confirmed that both dogs were not declared as dangerous animals and contacted the owner to discuss complaints against the dogs.

“I just want to be sure nobody in the neighborhood is scared of my dogs,” said owner Jeremy Brown.