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For Remi, Celeste and Maicee and all the other's taken by BDL

As I sit this Christmas eve, with my dogs curled up around me, I have to be grateful that we live in a place that allows us to be together. 529 more words

Breed Specific Legislation

Small Louisiana Village Backtracking on Draconian Breed-Specific Law?

By Phil Guidry, AKC Government Relations Sr. Policy Analyst

Last month, the Board of Aldermen of Moreauville, Louisiana, a village of approximately 1,000 residents in Avoyelles Parish, passed a draconian breed-specific vicious dog law that bans the ownership of “pit bulls” and Rottweilers. 389 more words

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Please excuse our absence.

Sorry there have not been a lot of updates as of late. Not sure if many of you are aware of the amount of attacks by canines that happen everyday in the news. 52 more words

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Pit Bull Loving Grandmother Single-Handedly Trying To Repeal BSL In Parma, Ohio-CALL TO ACTION

By Sloane Quealy-Miner

Denise Krawczyk Geschwender is a grandmother, paralegal, dog lover and now activist. She initially started her campaign to have the breed ban lifted in Parma, Ohio after falling in love with a pit bull named Hampton at the animal shelter she volunteers at. 416 more words

Group Takes Stand For Pit Bull Owners Facing Citations | WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio

Reynoldsburg City Council voted two Monday’s ago to keep the city’s ban on pit bulls in place.

Those against the ban say they were not surprised when city council voted to keep it. 459 more words

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Fort Thomas council keeps ban on pit bulls - Local 12 WKRC-TV Cincinnati - Top Stories

A 26 year ban on owning a pit bull in the city of Fort Thomas will stay.

For weeks it has been the subject of public debate as the city council wrestled with the idea of making a change.  109 more words

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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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