FAIRFIELD — A court hearing on a dog designated as dangerous has been rescheduled for April 15.
Christian Armstrong, who lives on Arlington Circle, is appealing the designation for his 2-year-old pit bull Zanny.
A hearing set for Friday in Solano County Superior Court has been continued to later this month.
A Feb. 27 hearing took place at the Fairfield Police Department about the animal, subject of reports by neighbors who say the dog gets loose and poses a problem for residents. The dangerous dog designation came as a result of the February hearing.
The designation requires measures that include the animal’s confinement at the house on Arlington.
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