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Reynoldsburg keeps leash on pit bulls - they're still not allowed | The Columbus Dispatch

Sorry, pit bulls: You’re still not welcome in Reynoldsburg.

After more than a year of pleas from advocates hoping to repeal the city law banning the breed — and months of work by a committee revising those local ordinances — Reynoldsburg City Council decided tonight to change absolutely nothing. 333 more words

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Even pit bull owner likes vicious dog law proposed for Cincinnati - Story

After two vicious pit bull attacks on local girls this summer, city council member Chris Seelbach is proposing a new law that even a pit bull owner likes. 431 more words

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Dogs removed from home, neighbors say they were harassed for months - News - The News Herald

Two pit bulls that have been impounded by the city of Lynn Haven had been terrorizing neighbors for months prior to the city picking them up in May, according to police reports. 621 more words

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Pit-bull owners defend the breed amid talk of ban

Owners of pit bull-type dogs say people misunderstand the animals and wrongfully stigmatize their owners.

They’re speaking out after recent news accounts of a pit bull attack in Wausau that left another dog dead and its owner injured. 697 more words

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Local city council considers vicious dog, feral cat ordinances - WNEM TV 5

Wild cats multiplying at ridiculous rates and vicious dogs not being controlled by their owners.

Both of those issues were on the minds of Burton City Council members on Monday night. 284 more words

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Backlash on rules returns with bite - Hawkes Bay Today - Hawke's Bay Today News

Thirty-four minutes.

That was how long Hastings District Council’s planning and regulatory committee spent discussing and setting annual dog control fees at a meeting back in April. 889 more words

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Protest in response to PennLive article series about Pit Bull attacks - WHP CBS 21 Harrisburg - Featured Videos

Dozens of people gathered in Cumberland County today for a peaceful protest in support of Pit Bulls.

The group gathered outside the corporate headquarters of The Patriot News and PennLive in Hampden Township. 136 more words

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