that`s a tough one.i would try to fine a home for him.telling people of his problem or place him into a shelter.i would not keep him in your home and risk the chance of another bite.so sorry you have to go through this.good luck.
rollie wrote:... As she leaned forward he quickly bit her without warning.
I'm really sorry to say this, but there would have been warning signs. Learning the body language and signs/cues is a huge undertaking but one that will reward you many times over as you will never get into this situation again.
Sassy - Border Collie/Labrador Cross from Wellington SPCA. Didn't know what I was in for, best thing to ever happen.