Palm Beach County Considers Changes to Dog Laws

Along with other issues, Palm Beach County commissioners agreed to research new regulations for dangerous dogs. They stopped short of making changes to pit bulls, specifically, but the court attorney’s office and animal control officials are looking for ways to better protect the public from dangerous dogs. Fortunately, several commissioners did not want to make […]
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Reynoldsburg May Repeal Breed Ban

Pit Bulls have been banned in Reynoldsburg since 1996, and come July 2014, the ban will be up for repeal. Monica DeBrock was one of a handful of Reynoldsburg residents who joined animal and legal experts on an advisory committee to study the city’s animal ordinances. The council pulled together the committee after months of […]
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Could Aurora, Denver Repeal Pit Bull Ban?

After being on the books for about eight years, the Public Safety Committee of Aurora, Denver finally held an informal vote to repeal the pit bull ban that’s been in place since 2006. Unfortunately, only four of the ten members voted to repeal the ban. City Councilwoman Barb Cleland, the chairman of Public Safety, said  […]
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Maryland Reverses Pit Bull Bill

The Maryland House of Delegates approved the court ruling to reverse the bill that deemed pit bulls as “inherently dangerous” and caused a greater level of scrutiny to cases that involved this “type” of dog. This is a big step in the right direction for the breed and for dogs with pit bull characteristics. They […]
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