The state of Maryland, in the case of Tracey v. Solesky, has ruled any pit bull, or any dog with a trace of pit bull ancestry, is deemed vicious and inherently dangerous. This means an owner, keeper, or landlord with control over a tenant’s property, can be held liable for any harm a pit bull or pit bull mix causes to a third party. In this case, an owner’s pit bull (Clifford) escaped from the property and bit a young boy. The owner simply put the dog back in its pen. The dog escaped a second time, the very same
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