Shawinigan man ordered to pay after his frisky husky impregnated his neighbours chow chow

MONTREAL – A Quebec man whose frisky husky impregnated a neighbour’s chow chow has been ordered to pay about $800 in vet fees and court costs.

According to a judgment last month, the Shawinigan-area husky broke into a fenced yard that was home to the chow chow, Bella, last spring.

Quebec court Judge Alain Trudel wrote that, “thanks to the husky’s handiwork, Bella found herself with an unexpected pregnancy.” The dog underwent surgery to terminate the pregnancy.

Quebec court Judge Alain Trudel wrote that, “thanks to the husky’s handiwork, Bella found herself with an unexpected pregnancy.” The dog underwent surgery to terminate the pregnancy.

The owner of the husky did not appear in court to give his version of events, and the judge found in favour of Bella’s owner, awarding her $711.50 plus interest and another $101 in court costs.

Bella’s owner, claiming the husky’s owner neglected to control his animal, sought compensation for veterinary fees and a damaged screen door.

He noted that Quebec’s Civil Code makes an owner liable for damages caused by his animal, even if it is being cared for by someone else or has escaped.

The owner of the husky did not appear in court to give his version of events, and the judge found in favour of Bella’s owner, awarding her $711.50 plus interest and another $101 in court costs.

MONTREAL — A Quebec man whose frisky husky impregnated a neighbour’s chow chow has been ordered to pay about $800 in vet fees and court costs.

He noted that Quebec’s Civil Code makes an owner liable for damages caused by his animal, even if it is being cared for by someone else or has escaped.

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According to a judgment last month, the Shawinigan-area husky broke into a fenced yard that was home to the chow chow, Bella, last spring.

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A Quebec man whose frisky husky impregnated a neighbours chow chow has been ordered to pay about $800 in vet fees and court costs.

According to a judgment last month, the Shawinigan-area husky broke into a fenced yard that was home to the chow chow, Bella, last spring.

Quebec court Judge Alain Trudel wrote that, "thanks to the huskys handiwork, Bella found herself with an unexpected pregnancy." The dog underwent surgery to terminate the pregnancy.

Bellas owner, claiming the huskys owner neglected to control his animal, sought compensation for veterinary fees and a damaged screen door.

The owner of the husky did not appear in court to give his version of events, and the judge found in favour of Bellas owner, awarding her $711.50 plus interest and another $101 in court costs.

He noted that Quebecs Civil Code makes an owner liable for damages caused by his animal, even if it is being cared for by someone else or has escaped.