One of the most common ways for judges to deal with aggressive dogs is to vanquish the dog from the jurisdiction. This means of administering justice is similar to dog owners hiding their dog following an incident in which the dog has injured someone.
The judges don’t want to make the decision to destroy the dog and the pet owner is unwilling to accept responsibility for the actions of their dog. Neither have any concern about throwing out an aggressive dog from one jurisdiction makes the dog a risk to another jurisdiction. As long as the dog doesn’t pose a threat to our community, they are okay. When it comes to pet ownership, as a society, we have never thought globally.
The reason that so many people are attacked by aggressive dogs is that neither the community nor the owners take their responsibility seriously and the children seem to take the brunt of these folks failing to accept their civic responsibility.
Anytime I heard about a “get out of town free” order, I would determine where the dog was going and call the animal control officers of that jurisdiction to make them aware that an aggressive dog was moving into their neighborhood. I figure that if all we do is push our problems off on another community, they can prepare to deal with it in their community. This kind of thinking has forced many neighborhoods to take protection with them as they go out on their daily walk; some of them even carry guns.