by Mondoreb & Little Baby Ginn
The dog that survived Michael Vick and his buddies are going to come to a better end than their lost doggie brothers.
From CNNThis story continues.
(CNN) -- All but one of the dogs seized in the Michael Vick dog fighting case will be placed with families or put in a "sanctuary," where they will interact with people to overcome their fear and lack of socialization, according to court order filed Monday.
One of the 49 seized dogs "has a history biting humans" and will be euthanized, according to a motion filed in Virginia in U.S. District Court.
U.S. Attorney Chuck Rosenberg said the dog -- identified as number 2621 -- "exhibited intense aggression to humans to the point where the evaluation could not safely be completed."Michael Vick can be happy that he's met a better fate than his dogs.
The recommendation came more than a month after the court ordered the dogs evaluated by U.S. Department of Agriculture contractors.
Last month a team of animal behavior experts selected by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals analyzed the dogs, and then recommended whether they were best suited with families, trained as police dogs, placed in a sanctuary or euthanized.
Federal authorities anticipate recommending a guardian be appointed to oversee the placement of the other dogs.
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