One of the dogs deemed dangerous two weeks will get another lease on life after a Connecticut rescue agreed to take him. 

The Public Safety Committee on July 6 had voted to euthanize two dogs deemed to be dangerous to the community. A third dog was given a chance for rehoming, if possible.  

IBerskhires.com reports The trainer, who is affiliated with the rescue, determined that both Crook and Pretty Boy had the potential for rehabilitation. he dogs were the aggressors in at least three attacks, including a child visiting the home on Northern Lights Avenue, and a woman who was bitten when the dogs were running loose outside.

Crook had participated in only one of the attacks and the owners were given the option to have an experienced trainer assess him for possible rehoming as long as the dog was removed from the city of North Adams. 

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