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Breed identification

Discussion in 'Breed Specific Legislation' started by milew66623, Dec 20, 2014.

  1. milew66623

    milew66623 Big Dog

    Hey everyone. If anyone happens to have information, or links to information on how local cities identify dogs, especially "Pit bulls"? I had been involved with attempting to have our law changed, but nothing ever happened. There is a new group of people now, but I am not doing it anymore, at least cgoing to the meetings, writing leters, etc but i'll share my past experience and whatever information I can find. I know that most times when dogs bite, the breed is determined either by animal control or whoever was bit saying "it was a pit bull". Are there any articles or anything on BSL and breed identification? Hope that made sense
     

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