In addition to the fines, a hearing was held with the owners to determine what should happen to the dogs. Due to privacy reasons, the city said the outcome of the hearing will not be made public unless the owners appeal the decision.
If the dogs earned an "exceptionally dangerous" designation by the city, and the owner appeals the decision, the matter will be heard at the standing policy committee on protection, community services and parks.
Both the decision and appeal would then become public, the city said.
Lolanda said she was told by the city that the dogs' owners plan to appeal.
The Ducharme family says they haven't seen the dogs in the owners' yard recently, but don't know if the dogs will return.
Lolanda said it's unfair the family doesn't get to know the outcome of the city's decision and thinks the owners shouldn't be allowed to have more dogs.
After the initial story of the attack was published, several people reached out to CBC News, wanting to send messages of support to Semiah.
Cards and gifts were dropped off at the CBC's building on Portage Avenue that were delivered to the family.
"It feels nice knowing that other people are trying to show her support and help her get through this," said Lolanda.
"Thank you for everything. Everything helps. She really enjoys her presents," said Gregory.
Semiah is recovering at home, but her mother says she has noticed some changes in her behaviour.
"She seems more angry," said Lolanda. "She seems angry towards us and her siblings."
They say she doesn't remember most of the attack, but knows it was the dogs that hurt her.
"She's really scared of dogs, hearing dogs in the neighbourhood barking," said Gregory.
"She always wants our gate shut. She doesn't want to go far from us, even in our yard," said Lolanda.
Her parents hope to get her into counselling to help her deal with emotional stress.
The girl has not yet returned to school as the family is waiting for a followup appointment to see how she's healing before sending her back.
When her daughter does go back, Lolanda said, she'll take a different route.
"She's terrified to walk by the back lane," said Lolanda.
"She either wants them to move or us to move."