Mar 15, 2015 8:02 PM
Back in October, Gloria Lavoie reached out to NH1 News asking for help.
Her dog Lola was attacked by her neighbor's dog Buster. Lola has since died, which has caused a slew of legal issues between Lavoie and her neighbors.
The neighbors told NH1 News, "Her dog was trespassing on our property and that's what caused the altercation. Don't think we don't have heavy hearts over this situation."
"If the dog is not removed we will be following up to take court action," said Animal Control Officer, Corie Bliss.
Salem Animal Control said the dog was forced to leave the neighborhood by this weekend. Lavoie says she has been dreaming of taking her dogs for a walk for 10 long months.
"Obviously you want to be neighborly and keep your neighbors safe and not have a nuisance dog on your hands that can go above and beyond and get vicious and hurt a dog or a human so it's important to keep the community safe," said Bliss.
Lavoie says her neighbors are talking about moving. But in the meantime they are countersuing her for $25,000 in damages.
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