Arizona has strict liability laws on dog bites. ARS 11-1025 provides that dog owners are strictly liable for bites and resulting damages. So long as the victim is lawfully in a public or private place—including the dog owner’s property—the dog owner is strictly liable for dog bites and resulting damages. Anyone caring for the dog at the time of the attack is equally liable. Dog owners, dog care takers, and home insurance companies are all responsible for medical costs, lost income, pain, and suffering in dog attacks.