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Thread: omaha, nebraska laws
02-12-2009, 11:17 PM #1
omaha, nebraska laws
If you own a pit bull or other bully breed or mix as defined below you will be required to properly leash and muzzle your dog whenever he is outside (unless he is in a securely fenced yard). If you don't have a fenced yard your dog will be required to be leashed, muzzled, and in control of a person 19 years of age or older any time he is outside your house.
In order to license your pit bull you must be 19 years old and show proof of $100,000 liability coverage. If you don't follow these regulations you will be guilty of a first strike toward a reckless owner designation.
Please note that this ordinance goes for Pit bulls, American Staffordshire Terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Dogo Argentina, Presa Canario, American Bulldog or Cane Corso, or a mix of these breeds
plus if you dont have a yard your dog can only be out for 15 min at a time and you have to be with your dog the whole time....
its ridiculous to me....:(
09-24-2011, 05:12 PM #2Junior Member
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Why is this ridiculous? It's not ridiculous if It's your child or baby, or yourself that would possibly get attacked by a more unpredictable breed right? Insurance SHOULD be required, not just for people, but for your butt, just in case your pit bull gets dumb, bites a baby in the head, and possibly causes a fatal injury. Not funny is it now? You better get that insurance, in case your dog kills someone weaker and smaller.
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Oh, and btw, pit bulls do have the ability to seriously wound little people smaller and weaker than them. So it's not worth the argument with me to say it's only SOME pit bulls. That's b.s. This breed is still a more aggressive breed, and can harm someone even if just playing.
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