In the recent case of Cuccia v. Cuccia, No. 2010-CA-00083-COA in Mississipi (Decided June 14, 2011) the Court of Appeals decided that one legitimate factor in reversing a sole custody award to a woman was the boarding of dangerous dogs on her property. Julie Ann Cuccia testified she ran a dog boarding and training business as well as a dog rescue operation on the marital property and in the residence. She testified at the time that she was housing thirty-six dogs on the property and in the residence. The menagerie included numerous Rottweilers and pit bulls. Furthermore, on one occasion, the record indicates that a Rottweiler on the property engaged in a fight with another Rottweiler at the residence, wherein the instigating dog brutally attacked the other animal with such viciousness that the dog was eventually euthanized for safety purposes.