What will probably happen is after she seeks advice, some ambulance chaser will probably say she injured a nerve in her foot and also psychological damages which will end the dogs life. In hopes they may side with the dog as I believe they should. Fingers crossed. Just because where you are from and where I am from people get physical all the time, doesn't mean its ok to get physical for a small infraction offense. Getting physical is still battery or assault, while putting a dog in someones personal space is a fine. Like I said I respect everyones opinion here so thanks for the input.