The law of returning lost objects (Deuteronomy 22:1-3) teaches that if you come across your brother's lost ox, sheep, donkey, cloak, etc., you must return it, even if you do not know the one who owns it.
Does this apply to lost animals that may be potentially dangerous? For example, it's common in many places to see dogs wandering around on the street, some of which have collars.
Would that law not apply to lost animals (or other lost items) that are potentially dangerous to return?
Related question: Does Deuteronomy 22:1-3 apply to stray pets (e.g., dogs)?
Note: To make sure this question wouldn't be a duplicate, I first asked here: Does my desire for extra information on Deuteronomy 22:1-3 warrant a separate question?