The owner of a dog is not answerable in trespass for its unauthorised entry into the land of another, often described as an unprovoked trespass1, but a man is liable in trespass if he wilfully sends a dog on another's land in pursuit of game, although he did not himself go on the land2, or if he allows a dog to roam at large, knowing it to be addicted to destroying game
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