Visitors to Windsor, Ontario, should know that two residents are harboring a dangerous dog -- a teacup chihuahua named Molly.
On Aug. 23, the three-pound animal bit a mail carrier, who was instructed by her manager to report the incident to police, the Blackburn News reports.
The bite led to Molly's official classification as a "dangerous dog" by the city, according to the Windsor Star, a designation that has several stipulations for her owners, Mitzie and Jason Scott.
The couple must now post signs around their property that read, "WARNING: Dangerous Dog on Premises," the Calgary Herald reports, and take out a $1 million liability policy on the chihuahua.
In addition, Molly must be implanted with a microchip that identifies her as a dangerous dog and always wear a leash and muzzle while outside.
Mitzie Scott says she is concerned they may not be able to find a muzzle small enough.
City deputy licensing commissioner Michael Chantler told the paper that city bylaw requires the classification for any dog that has caused injury to a person or domesticated animal.
The Scotts attempted to appeal the designation, but on Wednesday, the city's licensing commission voted to uphold the decision.
"[Molly] plays with kids all the time," Jason Scott had argued before comissioners."[She] is the size of an adult shoe."
Maybe it would have gone better if Molly had her own lawyer. Kno, a Georgia pit bull who attacked a 5-year-old last summer, was assigned his very own attorney for a "death penalty hearing."