A Canadian city has declared a tiny chihuahua a dangerous dog and ordered her muzzled after she bit a postal worker.
The controversy erupted after five-year-old Molly bit a mail carrier's ankle in August after escaping through an open gate at owner Mitzie Scott's Windsor, Ontario home.
Scott has told PostMedia News her dog is the size of an adult shoe, weighs under two kilograms.
Molly must now be registered as a dangerous dog and her owners will have to obtain a million-dollar liability insurance policy for her dog, muzzle her and keep her on a leash at all times.
The town now has a total of 24 dogs on its dangerous dog registry, including another chihuahua - one that weighs 3.6 kilograms.