The Case of a Child and a Neighbor’s DogPeter Banag, the father of a child who was attacked by a neighbor’s dog, has come toconsult you about the possibility of his bringing a lawsuit against Arthur Sison, aneighbor. Peter brought along Fred Puzon to the interview. Fred witnessed whathappened. The following is your interview with him.Interview with Mr. Fred Puzon, accompanied by client, Mr. Peter Banag. Sept 21Q. Fred, how old are you?A. I am twenty-one, Attorney.Q. What di you do for a living?A. I work with the government.Q. Where do you live?A. I live at 24 Annapolis St., Cubao, Quezon City.Q. Did you see the dog attack Mr. Banag’s daughter?A. Yes, sir. I saw it bite Mary’s leg and even her arms as she fell to the ground.Q. Do you know who owned that dog?A. Yes, sir, the dog belonged to Arthur Sison.Q. What did you do when you saw the dog attack Mary?A. I immediately ran to help her but tripped on the gutter and fell on my hands andknees.Q. So what happened?A. I recovered quickly, moved on, and kicked the dog away. I then stood by to protectMary from further attacks.Q. What happened to the dog?A. The dog kept on barking and looked as if it would attack us.Q. Did it attack you?A. No because Arthur came out of his house and sent his dog into his yard.Q. How about Mary, what happened to her?A. Arthur picked her up, called a tricycle, and brought her to a nearby clinic fortreatment.Q. And you, what did you do?A. My friend then arrived and we left for the mall.Q. Did you know how old Mary was at that time?A. I found out that he was about six years old.Q. How did you get to know Arthur?A. We are neighbours. He lives at 12 Annapolis Street, the same street I lived.Q. Do you know why Mary was near Arthur’s house?A. She went there to buy ice-candies. Arthur had been selling ice-candies at his housefor sometime.Q. How did you know that?A. I myself used to buy ice-candies from him especially during summer.Q. When did the incident involving Mary happened?A. It happened on September 21 at about 3pm.